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Q.1 : Where have some of the strongest and earliest impacts of global warming occurred?
In southern latitudes
In northern latitudes
Impacts of global warming are distributed equally all over the planet.
In the tropics
Q.2 : Compared to other greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide is the most effective at trapping heat near the Earth's surface.
Q.3 : Earth has been warmer in the past than it is today.
Q.4 : How do scientists collect evidence about climate?
By collecting `proxy data` from tree rings; ice cores and historical records
By ground-based measurements of surface temperature; carbon dioxide concentration and sea level
Using remote sensing from space with satellites
All of these
Q.5 : The process by which plants take carbon dioxide from the air and convert it into plant tissue is known as:
Q.6 : Carbon is released from plant tissues back into the atmosphere when plants decompose or when fossil fuels are burned. The movement of carbon from the air to plants to the soil and back to the air again is known as:
The carbon copy
The spin cycle
The life cycle
The carbon cycle
Q.7 : If you removed the atmosphere's natural greenhouse effect, and everything else stayed the same, Earth's temperature would be:
50 to 60F (28 to 33C) cooler
10 to 20F (6 to 11C) cooler
30 to 40F (17 to 22C) warmer
10 to 20F (6 to 11C) warmer
Q.8 : Some kinds of pollution in the atmosphere can act to cool the planet by reducing the amount of solar radiation that reaches Earth's surface.
Q.9 : As average global temperature rises :
Average precipitation is unchanged
Average precipitation decreases
Average precipitation increases
Q.10 : Which of the following gases does not trap heat?
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