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As you go higher up in latitude on Earth, temperature __________.
a) Increases
b) Decreases
c) Remains the same
d) .

All of the following are greenhouse gases except?
a) Nitrous oxide
b) Water Vapor
c) Carbon Dioxide
d) Oxygen

The Keeling Curve from data gathered in Hawaii shows that Carbon Dioxide concentration has _____ overtime.
a) decreased
b) increased
c) remained the same
d) disappeared

The greenhouse effect ____ inside the atmosphere.
a) Releases heat from
b) Traps heat energy
c) Deflects heat energy
d) No answers are correct

According to scientists what period in history of Earth has resulted in a dramatic increase in carbon dioxide production since its beginning?
a) Middle Age
b) Ice Age
c) Industrial Revolution
d) Agricultural Revolution

Which are ways to reduce carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere?
a) Recycling
b) Planting Trees
c) Conserving Energy
d) All answers are correct

La Nina is a short term climate change caused by _____?
a) Warm ocean current
b) Cold ocean current
c) Hurricane
d) Drought

If you took the natural process of the greenhouse effect away, Earth’s temperatures would be?
a) Extremely Hot
b) Extremely Cold
c) Alternating hot and cold years
d) The same

Which of these gases are responsible for acid rain?
a) Sulfur and nitrous oxides
b) Methane
c) Ozone
d) CFCs

Which of these gases if responsible for ozone depletion?
a) Sulfur and nitrous oxides
b) Methane
c) Carbon Dioxide
d) CFCs

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