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Lockwood. Jeopardy!. Classification Unit Jeopardy. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. FINAL. Snow Science 100. Avalanches are most likely to occur at what slope inclination?.

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Lockwood

Lockwood

Jeopardy!


Classification unit jeopardy

Classification Unit Jeopardy

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FINAL


Snow science 100

Snow Science 100

Avalanches are most likely to occur at what slope inclination?

30-45 degrees

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Snow science 200

What was the first and last name of the awesome geoscience dude that gave a presentation on snow science?

Snow Science 200

Hank Hetrick

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Snow science 300

The amount of water that comes from melted snow is called

Snow Science 300

The snow water equivalent (SWE)

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Snow science 400

Which state has the most avalanches?

Snow Science 400

Colorado

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Snow science 500

Of the water that pours out of your faucet at home how much of it (percent) comes from mountain snow?

Snow Science 500

75-80%

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Intro global change 100

What are the 6 major greenhouse gases?

Intro Global Change 100

Carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, water vapor, ozone, methane, chlorofluorocarbons

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Intro global change 200

Intro Global Change 200

What energy source is a chief contributor to greenhouse gas emissions as wells as increasing environmental mercury

coal

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Intro global change 300

An increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases in the troposphere will lead to the reduction in heat radiated back to space in the form of?

Intro Global Change 300

Infrared radiation

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Intro global change 400

Which greenhouse gas would be responsible for trapping the most outgoing infrared radiation?

Intro Global Change 400

Water vapor

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Intro global change 500

A greenhouse gas that results from natural anaerobic processes typically associated with saturated soil conditions found in wetlands

Intro Global Change 500

Methane

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Global change ii 100

Per capita carbon emissions tend to be highest in

Developed nations

Developing nations

South America

Eurasia

Africa

Global Change II 100

Developed nations

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Global change ii 200

Which nation is responsible for the most carbon emissions on an annual basis?

Global Change II 200

China

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Global change ii 300

An attempt at global collaboration in curbing greenhouse gas emissions was demonstrated by what gathering?

Global Change II 300

Kyoto protocol

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Global change ii 400

An approach to combating global warming by removing already-emitted greenhouse gas is termed:

Carbon disassociation

Thermal stratification

Carbon sequestration

Methanogenesis

cogeneration

Global Change II 400

c. Carbon sequestration

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Global change ii 500

Which recent natural disaster in the southern United States can be at least partly attributed to global warming?

Global Change II 500

Hurricane Katrina

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Effects 100 pg 459

A warmer world is least likely to result in

Decreased food production

Reductions in biodiversity

A rise in sea level

More moderate weather

Effects 100 (pg. 459)

d.

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Effects 200 pg 459

The quickest, cheapest, and most effective way to reduce the buildup of Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere

Switch from fossil fuels to nuclear fuels

Increase the efficiency of energy use

Plant trees to trap more carbon dioxide

Stop deforestation

Effects 200 (pg. 459)

d.

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Daily double effects 300

In the event of global warming, food production might be negatively affected by all of the following except

Poorer soil in new crop-growing regions

Increased insect populations

Lack of irrigation water in some areas

Decreased UV radiation resulting from increased ozone

DAILY DOUBLEEffects 300

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d.


Effects 400

An organismal level effect that is partially a result of global warming may be seen in the disassociation of types of algae from their symbiotic hosts. This process is known as:

Coral bleaching

Parasitoid evacuation

Mutualistic exclusion

Commensalistic separation

Effects 400

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a.


Effects 500 pg 459

Effects 500 (pg. 459)

Which of the following is likely to be the most difficult hurdle to overcome from current and future sea level rise?

  • An increase in wetland area

  • Compensating for the mass migration of coastal people

  • Lack of aquatic transportation

  • An increase in seafood production

  • Reduction in annual hurricane precipitation in coastal zones

b.

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Ozone 100

What is ozone?

Ozone 100

Triatomic oxygen

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Ozone 200

The first survey ever done to measure ozone was located in

Ozone 200

Antarctica

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Ozone 300

Ozone thinning has been the greatest or most pronounced during what season?

Ozone 300

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spring


Ozone 400

The chemical culprit that destroys the “good” ozone layer found in CFCs is

Ozone 400

chlorine

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Ozone 500

Which type of UV radiation is most affected by ozone and is most damaging to living cells?

Ozone 500

UVB

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Final jeopardy

FINAL JEOPARDY!

In recent years many scientific studies have shown the relationship between the global mean atmospheric temperature at Earth’s surface and rising sea levels. The increases in the global mean atmospheric temperature during the past 200 yrs have been accompanied by a gradual increase in sea level. The average rate of increase in sea level over the past 200 yrs is 2.5mm/yr.

a. Calculate the expected increase in sea level, in meters, for the following lengths of time: 10 yrs, 100 yrs, 200 years.

10 yrs 2.5mm/yr X 10 = 25mm = (convert mm to m) .025m

100 yrs = .25 m

200 yrs = .5 m


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