2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Al G...
One cause of ______ may be deforestation.
Global Warming
<ul><li>A major influence on climate is  </li></ul><ul><li>Large bodies of water </li></ul><ul><li>Large cities </li></ul>...
D
When gas, oil, and coal are burned, __________ is added to the atmosphere.
Carbon Dioxide
Moderate temperatures are characteristics of _________________?
Temperate Zones
Seasons are caused by differences in daylight, temperatures, and weather patterns due to this.
The Tilt of the Earth as it revolves around the sun
Earth can be cooled greatly by ___________.
Volcanic Eruptions
If there are 24 consecutive hours of darkness, then it is ___________________?
Winter near a polar region
El Nino is a climate event that starts in the ______ and sets off changes in the atmosphere.
Tropical Pacific Ocean
Climate classification system divides regions according to _____,  _______ & ______
Temperature Amount of Precipitation Types of Plants found there
Geological records indicate ____________.
At times in the past 2 million years, glaciers covered large parts of the Earth.
During El Nino, trade winds that blow east to west weaken and sometimes ___________.
Reverse
Changes in the shape of Earth’s orbit around the sun ________________.
May happen over 100,000 year cycle.
Climate is different from weather in that it ______________.
Changes less frequently
A gas that increases the greenhouse effect is _______________.
Carbon Dioxide
If there were no greenhouse effect, Earth’s surface would _________________?
Be too cool for life to exist
Earth’s atmosphere is warmed by the greenhouse effect because heat radiated from Earth’s surface is ________ by gasses in ...
Absorbed
What region is in the center of the Earth?
Tropics
What region extends from 66.5 degrees north latitude to the North Pole?
Polar Zones
What region is sandwiched between the tropical zone and the polar zone?
Temperate Zone
Climate is the weather_________?
Of a region, averaged over a long period of time
The rays of the Sun strike Earth more directly ________?
At the Equator
Behavior in which animals greatly reduce activity in winter
Hibernation
Which zone receives the most solar radiation?
Tropics
Climatologists use a classification system developed in 1918 by __________.
Koppen
Which zone has the greatest change in the amount of daylight and darkness?
Polar Zones
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Climate Jeopardy

  1. 1. 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Al Gore & His Beard I’m a Lumberjack Connor & Greenhouse Gas Water World? How Big Is Your Footprint?
  2. 2. One cause of ______ may be deforestation.
  3. 3. Global Warming
  4. 4. <ul><li>A major influence on climate is </li></ul><ul><li>Large bodies of water </li></ul><ul><li>Large cities </li></ul><ul><li>Ocean currents </li></ul><ul><li>All of the above </li></ul>
  5. 5. D
  6. 6. When gas, oil, and coal are burned, __________ is added to the atmosphere.
  7. 7. Carbon Dioxide
  8. 8. Moderate temperatures are characteristics of _________________?
  9. 9. Temperate Zones
  10. 10. Seasons are caused by differences in daylight, temperatures, and weather patterns due to this.
  11. 11. The Tilt of the Earth as it revolves around the sun
  12. 12. Earth can be cooled greatly by ___________.
  13. 13. Volcanic Eruptions
  14. 14. If there are 24 consecutive hours of darkness, then it is ___________________?
  15. 15. Winter near a polar region
  16. 16. El Nino is a climate event that starts in the ______ and sets off changes in the atmosphere.
  17. 17. Tropical Pacific Ocean
  18. 18. Climate classification system divides regions according to _____, _______ & ______
  19. 19. Temperature Amount of Precipitation Types of Plants found there
  20. 20. Geological records indicate ____________.
  21. 21. At times in the past 2 million years, glaciers covered large parts of the Earth.
  22. 22. During El Nino, trade winds that blow east to west weaken and sometimes ___________.
  23. 23. Reverse
  24. 24. Changes in the shape of Earth’s orbit around the sun ________________.
  25. 25. May happen over 100,000 year cycle.
  26. 26. Climate is different from weather in that it ______________.
  27. 27. Changes less frequently
  28. 28. A gas that increases the greenhouse effect is _______________.
  29. 29. Carbon Dioxide
  30. 30. If there were no greenhouse effect, Earth’s surface would _________________?
  31. 31. Be too cool for life to exist
  32. 32. Earth’s atmosphere is warmed by the greenhouse effect because heat radiated from Earth’s surface is ________ by gasses in the atmosphere.
  33. 33. Absorbed
  34. 34. What region is in the center of the Earth?
  35. 35. Tropics
  36. 36. What region extends from 66.5 degrees north latitude to the North Pole?
  37. 37. Polar Zones
  38. 38. What region is sandwiched between the tropical zone and the polar zone?
  39. 39. Temperate Zone
  40. 40. Climate is the weather_________?
  41. 41. Of a region, averaged over a long period of time
  42. 42. The rays of the Sun strike Earth more directly ________?
  43. 43. At the Equator
  44. 44. Behavior in which animals greatly reduce activity in winter
  45. 45. Hibernation
  46. 46. Which zone receives the most solar radiation?
  47. 47. Tropics
  48. 48. Climatologists use a classification system developed in 1918 by __________.
  49. 49. Koppen
  50. 50. Which zone has the greatest change in the amount of daylight and darkness?
  51. 51. Polar Zones

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