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Global warming is:

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The gradual increase in the world’s temperature due to the increase in population.

The gradual increase in the world’s temperature as a result of the specific use of gasoline and diesel in cars.

The gradual increase in the world’s temperature as a result of the burning of fossil fuels and the deforestation of the planet.

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The greenhouse effect refers to:

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The effect whereby increased levels of greenhouse gases are destroying the ozone layer thereby allowing significantly stronger gamma rays from the sun to directly raise the Earth’s core temperture.

The effect whereby increased levels of greenhouse gases are created by the increased levels of food grown and raised to feed an ever-increasing world population.

The effect whereby increased levels of carbon monoxide are creating an artificial solarium out of much of the earth.

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The Kyoto Protocol is:

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an international agreement to ensure that the destructive effect of greenhouse gases do not destroy the cultural heritage artifacts of Kyoto, Japan.

an international agreement to establish greenhouse gas (GHG) emission targets for industrialized countries .

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Ozone depletion refers to

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the release chlorofluorocarbons into the troposphere which cause a thinning of the ozone layer.

the thinning of the Earth’s ozone layer, largely as a result of the greenhouse effect.

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Chlorofluorcarbons (CFCs)

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destroy ozone

are a result of global warming

are a result of the Aurora Borealis

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The Montreal Protocol

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set out the standards by which greenhouse gas emissions would be permitted by signatory nations.

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In point or paragraph form, identify at least four threats to Canada’s water supply from your readings. Information on water is on page 432 – 436 in the eTextbook

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In at least one paragraph, give your ideas on possible solutions to the threats to Canada’s water supply. Think outside the box – maybe you can invent a new technology that would help?

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Global warming is the progressive gradual rise of the Earth’s surface temperature thought to be caused by the greenhouse effect.

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Natural and human factors affect global climate.

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Greenhouse gases absorb and trap heat in the atmosphere and cause a warming effect on the earth.

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Some solar radiation is reflected into space and some is absorbed by parts of our climate system.

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Global Warming Matching

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heat-related deaths

industrialization

changes in water level

carbon dioxide production

reduction of permafrost

methane production

deforestation

increased temperatures

insect survival

late season run off

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