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which of the following is not part of long term climate change?
a) El Nino b) global warming c) the greenhouse effect d) ozone depletion
Which of the following is a cold water climate event?
a) La Nina b) El Nino c) ocean currents d) glaciers
which climate events bring more hurricanes?
a) La Nina and global warming b) El Nino and global warming c) La Nina and ozone depletion d) El Nino and ozone depletion
What is the greenhouse effect?
a) the process that traps heat in Earths atmosphere b) a glass house that surrounds the Earth c) a glass house that traps sunlight d) none of the choices
Which is not an example of a greenhouse gas?
a) carbon dioxide b) methane c) water vapor d) nitrogen
which greenhouse gas do scientists believe is responsible for global warming?
a) Carbon dioxide b) methane c) water vapor d) nitrogen
what is not a sign of global warming?
a) rising sea level b) melting snow and ice c) drier crops d) none of the choices
What does the ozone layer protect us from? what layer of the atmosphere is it in?
a) ultraviolet radiation; stratosphere b) ultraviolet radiation; troposphere c) infrared radiation; stratosphere d) infrared radiation; troposphere
what layer of the atmosphere do chlorofluorocarbons break down in?
a) stratosphere b) troposphere c) thermosphere d) mesosphere
why are CFC's so bad?
a) when ultraviolet radiation hits CFCs they break them down enabling them to react with oxygen b) when ultraviolet radiation hits ozone they break it down enabling CFC's to react with the oxygen c) when infrared radiation hits CFCs they break them down enabling them to react with oxygen d) when infrared radiation hits ozone they break it down enabling CFC's to react with the oxygen
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