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___ is a gas found in the stratosphere that protects life on Earth from the sun's ultraviolet rays.
a) Carbon dioxide b) Nitrogen c) Hydrogen d) Ozone
On average, he amount of water vapor in the air ranges from ___.
a) ten percent to 25 percent b) zero to four percent c) zero to ten percent d) 25 percent to 50 percent
One of the gases that might contribute to global warming is ____.
a) helium b) hydrogen c) carbon dioxide d) oxygen
A ____ front forms when a warm air mass slides up and over a cold air mass.
a) warm b) cold c) stationary d) occluded
The _____ is the outermost layer of Earth's Atmosphere.
a) troposphere b) stratosphere c) exosphere d) thermosphere
the lowest layer of Earth's atmosphere
a) stratosphere b) troposphere c) mesosphere d)
an increase in average temperatures on Earth
a) global cooling b) global warming c) atmosphere d) climate
the layer of air that surrounds Earth like a blanket
a) stratosphere b) troposphere c) atmosphere d) mesosphere
The pattern of weather that occurs in an area over many years
a) climate b) weather c) wind d) air mass
the place where two air masses meet is called a front
a) true b) false c) d)
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