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A A B B C Which point has a polar climate?
A A B B C Which point has a temperate climate?
Which point is the windward side of this mountain? AB
Which point gets more precipitation? AB
Jet Stream A.Winds that cool the United States B.Winds that warm the United States Q3- 1
Gulf Stream A.Winds that cool the United States B.Winds that warm the United States Q3- 1
Prevailing winds A.Cause more rain on one side of a mountain. A.Affect the amount of rain in any location. Q3- 1
A substance in our atmosphere that absorbs harmful UV radiation and can cause pollution. A. CO2 B. OzoneC. CFCs Q3- 3b
Which is not a greenhouse gas? A) CO2 B) Methane C) CFC D) Nitrous Oxide E) Oxygen Q3- 4b
A change in the surface water temperature in the Pacific Ocean that produces a warm current. A. El Nino B. La Nina Q3- 6b
Which is not a natural cause of global warming? A. Water Vapor B. CFCs C. Methane from animals D. Plate Tectonics E. Solar Activity Q3-9b
Which is a natural cause of global warming? A. Burning trash and fuels B. Deforestation C. Volcanic eruptions D. CFCs E. Fertilizer Q3-10b
When ozone is destroyed, _____ will increase. A.Infrared radiation B.Ultraviolet radiation Q3-14
Biomes are not determined by: A. Temperature B. Latitude C. Longitude D. Precipitation E. Plants & Animals Q3-14b
Substances in our atmosphere that prevent heat from escaping into space are called ______. A. Smog B. Greenhouse gases C. Ozone D. HFCs
Global Warming causes the ice caps to melt. A. TRUE B. FALSE
Global Warming causes carbon dioxide to form. A. TRUE B. FALSE
Global Warming causes an increase in greenhouse gases. A. TRUE B. FALSE
Global Warming is caused by an increase in carbon dioxide and other gases. A. TRUE B. FALSE
Carbon dioxide is main gas that is the cause of global warming. A. TRUE B. FALSE
Global Warming increases when trees are burned. A. TRUE B. FALSE
Global Warming increases when fossil fuels are burned. A. TRUE B. FALSE
Greenhouse gases break down ozone into oxygen. A. TRUE B. FALSE
Greenhouse gases trap heat on the earth. A. TRUE B. FALSE
The Earth is tilted toward the sun during which season? A. Summer B. Fall. C. Spring D. Winter
Horizontal lines on a map are called_____. A. Latitude B. Longitude C. Altitude D. Elevation
Destruction of ozone layer is a result of global warming. A. True B. False Q3-11b
Drought is a result of global warming. A. True B. False Q3-11b
Melting of ice caps is a result of global warming. A. True B. False Q3-11b
More CO2 found in ice cores is a result of global warming. A. True B. False Q3-11b
Volcanic eruptions are a result of global warming. A. True B. False Q3-11b
Burning fossil fuels is a result of global warming. A. True B. False Q3-11b
Eating beef causes global warming. A. True B. False Q3-11b
Which is not a factor that affect climate? A. Closeness to water B. Windward side of a mountain C. Altitude D. Latitude E. Attitude Q3-11b
Using cars causes global warming. A. True B. False
Plate tectonics is a cause of melting ice caps. A. True B. False Q3-11b
Which is not a biome? A. Polar B. Tundra C. Desert D. Grassland E. Rain forest
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