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THE PROBLEM OF CLIMATE CHANGE
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Since the middle of the 19th century the air temperature on Earth
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By how much has the temperature on Earth risen in the last 150 years?
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The layer of air which envelops Earth is called:
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Which of these features is not relevant to climate?
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What is the climate of Barcelona?
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A relatively humid climate is typical for:
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Which climate zone is characterized by high air temperature and much precipitation, falling evenly through the year?
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What climate does this describe: ‘The average temperature in summer is +30 °С and in winter +20 °С, there is much precipitation, but most of it occurs in the summer’?
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What air masses are present during the winter in the sub-equatorial climate zone of the Northern Hemisphere?
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What kind of air masses have high temperature and low humidity?
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Where was the record set for the highest-ever air temperature on the planet (57.6 °C)?
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Where is climate warming happening the fastest?
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What is the name of the science that monitors, studies and forecasts the weather?
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What does paleoclimatology study?
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Which of these methods do scientists use to find out about the climate on Earth hundreds of thousands of years ago?
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When did the last glacial period come to an end?
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When do scientists expect the next glacial period to begin?
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Which of the following factors has only short-term impact on climate (a few years or decades)?
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What impact do volcanic eruptions have on climate?
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Which of the following is a greenhouse gas?
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Which greenhouse gas accounts for 75% of all human emissions?
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