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The thermosphere doesn't feel warm because:
a) it isn't hot enough
b) there aren't enough particles
c) there are too many particles
d) in is actually cold

What layer is below the thermosphere?
a) ionosphere
b) thermosphere
c) mesosphere
d) troposphere

The temperature change in the stratosphere is:
a) cold to cold
b) warm to warm
c) cold to warm
d) warm to cold

What layer is above the troposphere?
a) stratosphere
b) mesosphere
c) ionosphere
d) thermosphere

What causes pressure belts?
a) the coriolis effect
b) uneven heating of the earth
c) the ozone layer
d) the troposphere

What causes the coriolis effect?
a) the ozone layer
b) pressure belts
c) the uneven heating of the earth
d) the spinning of the earth

What makes winds curve?
a) heat
b) ozone layer
c) ionosphere
d) coriolis effect

The coldest layer of the atmosphere.
a) troposphere
b) stratosphere
c) mesosphere
d) thermosphere

The temperature change in the troposphere is:
a) cold to cold
b) warm to warm
c) cold to warm
d) warm to cold

Almost all weather, water and life are in the:
a) troposphere
b) stratosphere
c) mesosphere
d) thermosphere

Most thermal energy moves in the atmosphere by:
a) conduction
b) coriolis
c) convection
d) radiation

What does the ozone layer do?
a) makes winds curve
b) glows and reflects radio waves
c) blocks harmful radiation
d) makes earth warmer

Where is the ozone layer?
a) troposphere
b) stratosphere
c) mesosphere
d) thermosphere

Where is the ionosphere?
a) troposphere
b) stratosphere
c) mesosphere
d) thermosphere

What does the ionosphere do?
a) blocks harmful radiation
b) gives the atmosphere layers
c) makes winds curve
d) glows and reflects radio waves

What are ions?
a) ozone particles
b) electrically charged particles
c) harmful radiation blockers
d) three oxygen atoms

Where are the horse latitudes?
a) 30 degrees
b) 60 degrees
c) 90 degrees
d) equator

What winds are at the poles?
a) westerlies
b) easterlies
c) trade winds
d) doldrums

What winds are right above the equator?
a) westerlies
b) trade winds
c) easterlies
d) horse latitudes

Where are the doldrums?
a) 90 degrees latitude
b) 60 degrees latitude
c) 30 degrees latitude
d) 0 degrees latitude

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