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APES Review. January 17 th , 2009. H 2 O CO 2 CH 4 O 3 CCl 2 F 2. The most abundant nonanthropogenic greenhouse gas. A greenhouse gas that is exclusively anthropogenic. A greenhouse gas, that in the lower troposphere, is formed by photochemical reactions. .

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Apes review

APES Review

January 17th, 2009


Questions 1 3 refer to the gases below

H2O

CO2

CH4

O3

CCl2F2

The most abundant nonanthropogenic greenhouse gas.

A greenhouse gas that is exclusively anthropogenic.

A greenhouse gas, that in the lower troposphere, is formed by photochemical reactions.

Questions 1-3 Refer to the Gases Below

A

E

D


Questions 4 6 refer to the diagram below

Region in which the ozone layer is located

Region largely responsible for the Earth’s weather

Region with the lowest atmospheric pressure

Questions 4-6 Refer to the Diagram Below

C

A

B

D

C

D

A


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  • Regional climates are most influenced by: with increasing altitude, holding surface air down & preventing dispersion of pollutants is known as (a):

    • Latitude & altitude

    • Prevailing winds & latitude

    • Altitude & longitude

    • Latitude & longitude

    • Coriolis effect & trade winds


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  • The surface with the lowest albedo is: with increasing altitude, holding surface air down & preventing dispersion of pollutants is known as (a):

    • Snow

    • Ocean water

    • Forest

    • Desert

    • Black topsoil


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  • The San Andreas Fault in California occurs at: contains humus, minerals, and roots, and tat is rick in living organisms is known as the:

    • A convergent boundary

    • A divergent boundary

    • A transform boundary

    • A subduction zone

    • An oceanic ridge


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  • Earth’s surface is part of the: contains humus, minerals, and roots, and tat is rick in living organisms is known as the:

    • Asthenosphere

    • Lithosphere

    • Benthosphere

    • Troposphere

    • Stratosphere


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  • The best way to protect biodiversity is to: following except:

    • Pass endangered species laws.

    • Protect world’s ecosystems.

    • Build more zoos.

    • Import species from other countries.

    • Use captive breeding and re-release programs.


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  • The stages of coal, classified by heat and sulfur content, from the softest and most moist to the hardest and driest are:

    • Bituminous, anthracite, peat, lignite

    • Lignite, anthracite, peat, bituminous

    • Bituminous, peat, lignite, anthracite

    • Peat, lignite, bituminous, anthracite

    • Peat, bituminous, anthracite, lignite


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  • In the US, most of our trash is: like sulfur dioxide to neutralize the effect of chlorine gas?

    • Incinerated

    • Put into landfills

    • Recycled

    • Put into drums and stored

    • Used to generate electricity


Law flashcards

Law Flashcards like sulfur dioxide to neutralize the effect of chlorine gas?


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  • Clean air act (1970) like sulfur dioxide to neutralize the effect of chlorine gas?: federal law that regulates air emissions from area, stationary, and mobile sources

  • Clean water act (1970’s): established the basic structure for regulating discharges of pollutants into the waters of the United States. It gave EPA the authority to implement pollution control programs such as setting wastewater standards for industry.


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3. like sulfur dioxide to neutralize the effect of chlorine gas?Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (Superfund ) (CERCLA): CERCLA (pronounced SIR-cla) provides a Federal “Superfund” to clean up uncontrolled or abandoned hazardous-waste sites as well as accidents, spills, and other emergency releases of pollutants and contaminants into the environment

*Governed by the EPA


That s all for now more laws to come later
That’s all for now. More laws to come later… like sulfur dioxide to neutralize the effect of chlorine gas?