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What are the two factors that scientist classify climate regions?
a) Temperature and Weather b) Temperature and Climate c) Precipitation and Weather d) Precipitation and Temperature
What is the average year after year conditions of temperature, wind, precipitation in an area?
a) climate b) weather c) atmosphere d) gas
The zone that is closest to the equator and receives the most sunlight.
a) tropical zone b) temperate zone c) polar zone d) arctic zone
Zone that extends from 66.5-90 north and south latitudes
a) polar zone b) temperate zone c) tropical zones d) arctic zones
What is the zone between 23.5-66.5 north and south a latitude?
a) temperate zone b) tropical zone c) polar zone d) arctic zone
What factor does not affect temperature
a) distance from plains b) latitude c) altitude d) distance from large body of water
Which is NOT a factor that affects precipitation.
a) prevailing waters b) prevailing winds c) mountain ranges d) seasonal winds
What side of the mountain does the wind hit on?
a) windward b) leeward c) southware d) northward
Which is not a climate region?
a) Wet b) Dry c) Polar d) Highlands
Which climate region is hot and receives lots of rainfall
a) tropical rainy b) Polar c) Temperate Marine d) Temperate Continental
Which climate region does most of Nebraska lie in?
a) Temperate Continental b) Polar c) Dry d) Temperate marine
Which climate region receives less the 25cm of precipitation/year
a) dry b) polar c) tropical rainy d) highlands
Which is a factor that scientist use to learn about past climates?
a) tree rings b) movements of continents c) soil d) types of rocks
Which is NOT a factor that is part of natural climate change?
a) Carbon Dioxide levels b) movement of continents c) earths position d) solar energy
Burning of these increase carbon dioxide levels
a) Fossil Fuels b) Wood c) Money d) Schools
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