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What would Earth be like without the greenhouse effect?
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What would Earth be like without the greenhouse effect?
very cold
Name a manmade greenhouse gas.
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Name a manmade greenhouse gas.
CFC's
Which greenhouse gas absorbs the most heat?
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Which greenhouse gas absorbs the most heat?
water vapor
Which greenhouse gas is created by burning fossil fuels?
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Which greenhouse gas is created by burning fossil fuels?
Carbon dioxide
How long do CFC's stay in the atmosphere?
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How long do CFC's stay in the atmosphere?
100 Years
True or False: All plants, animals and people are affected by changes in the climate
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True or False: All plants, animals and people are affected by changes in the climate
True
Define climate change
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Define climate change
change in weather patterns over a long period of time
How many degrees has the temperature risen in the last 100 years?
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How many degrees has the temperature risen in the last 100 years?
1 degree
Define global warming.
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Define global warming.
an average increase in Earth's surface temperature
Explain why a SMALL change in temperature can make a big difference. Name two changes that could occur.
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Explain why a SMALL change in temperature can make a big difference. Name two changes that could occur.
sea levels will rise, hurricanes will become stronger and more intense, glaciers will melt, more droughts and heatwaves
What does a paleoclimatologist study?
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What does a paleoclimatologist study?
past climate changes
Explain what a proxie is.
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Explain what a proxie is.
They are examples of evidence showing changes in the climate and greenhouse gasses
Why do scientists want to find out information about how the Earth's climate changed during the past?
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Why do scientists want to find out information about how the Earth's climate changed during the past?
It will give them a prediction of future events
Name two proxies of climate change
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Name two proxies of climate change
ice core samples, tree rings, coral samples,sedimentary rock samples, sediment layers
How do scientists know the amounts of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere at certain times during the past?
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How do scientists know the amounts of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere at certain times during the past?
they study air bubbles trapped in ice samples
True or False: All cars are fueled by petroleum
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True or False: All cars are fueled by petroleum
false
How can a car be more fuel efficient?
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How can a car be more fuel efficient?
use the AC less, buy smaller compact cars that get good gas milage
Describe a type of car that would cause a greater amount of damage to the environment.
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Describe a type of car that would cause a greater amount of damage to the environment.
Large SUV or Trucks with low gas milage
What are steam engines fueled by?
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What are steam engines fueled by?
burning coal
Explain how farming affects the environment since it became modernized?
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Explain how farming affects the environment since it became modernized?
The same amount of land was used, but the machines used now add to burning fossil fuels and increasing temperatures
In the past, was climate change a natural event or human caused?
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In the past, was climate change a natural event or human caused?
occured naturally in the past
Which is more environmentaly friendly, using a train or truck to transport goods?
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Which is more environmentaly friendly, using a train or truck to transport goods?
train
Explain how population growth leads to climate change.
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Explain how population growth leads to climate change.
More people means more cities, more homes and more heating and cooling needs, more fossil fuels will be burnt, more transportation and vehicles will be needed
Name three activities people do in their daily lives that lead to climate change.
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Name three activities people do in their daily lives that lead to climate change.
driving cars. electricity, heating and cooling homes and buildings, building cities, farming, water heating, cooking, waching clothes
Explain why deforestation is believed to be causing Earth's climate to change.
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Explain why deforestation is believed to be causing Earth's climate to change.
trees absord carbon dioxide. If the trees are cut down, then there is nothing to absord the carbon and the gasses get released into the atmosphere
Why are scientists so concerned with the changes in the climate right now?
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Why are scientists so concerned with the changes in the climate right now?
The changes are happening more rapidly and frequently. Natural events are now more severe. The small rise in temperature that has been recorded has lead to droughts, floods, sea level rising, loss of land, and glaciers melting, etc.




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