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  1. Chapter 10.1 Chapter 10.2 Chapter 10.3 True/False Random $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

  2. WATER SystemsChapter 10.1 Which of the following is not fresh water? • Ice • Lake water • Ocean water • Water vapour Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  3. Chapter 10.1 Water Vapor Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  4. Chapter 10.1 Identify which of the following are examples of water vapor. (You may pick more than 1 option) a)Animals b)Glaciers c) Transpiration (from plants) d) All of the above Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  5. Chapter 10.1 a and c Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  6. Chapter 10.1 • Ground water is • (a) found beneath the soil • (b) fresh water • (c) found in aquifers • (d) all of the above Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  7. Chapter 10.1 d) All the above Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  8. Chapter 10.1 The temperature at which salt water freezes is ________________. Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  9. Chapter 10.1 -1.8 Celeius After salt water freezes and then melts, it can be used a fresh water. Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  10. Chapter 10.1 All solid water (ice) is fresh water because (a) salt does not freeze with water (b) salt water evaporates (c) fresh water never stays warm (d) it comes from rain Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  11. Chapter 10.1 All solid water (ice) is fresh water because . (a) salt does not freeze with water (b) salt water evaporates (c) fresh water never stays warm (d) it comes from rain Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  12. Chapter 10.2 In the summer, if you were to measure the temperature of the air near a lake and the water temperature during the day, what would you find? (a) the air over the land is warmer than the water temperature (b) the air over the land is the same temperature as the water (c) the air over the land is colder than the water temperature • (d) all of the above Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  13. Chapter 10.2 In the summer, if you were to measure the temperature of the air near a lake and the water temperature during the day, what would you find? (a) the air over the land is warmer than the water temperature (b) the air over the land is the same temperature as the water (c) the air over the land is colder than the water temperature . Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  14. Chapter 10.2 In the summer, if you were to measure the temperature of the air by the lake and the water temperature at night, what would you find? (a) the air over the land is warmer than the water temperature (b) the land and water temperatures are the same (c) the air over the land is colder than the water temperature • (d) all of the above .. Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  15. Chapter 10.2 In the summer, if you were to measure the temperature of the air by the lake and the water temperature at night, what would you find? (a) the air over the land is warmer than the water temperature (b) the land and water temperatures are the same • the air over the land is colder than the water temperature • all of the above Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  16. Chapter 10.2 What is a microclimate? Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  17. Chhapte 10.2 Microclimate is an area where the climate is different from the general climate of the region Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  18. Chapter 10.2 • List 3 facts about the heat capacity of water. Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  19. Chapter 10.2 • It takes a lot of energy to heat water. • Water absorbs heat slowly. • Water releases heat slowly. • Water has a higher heat capacity than air or land. • . Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  20. Chapter 10.2 Which hemisphere probably has the more unchanging climates? Explain your answer Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  21. Chapter 10.2 • The southern hemisphere because the large amounts of water near land will keep the temperatures on land from changing very much. Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  22. Chapter 10.3 Which of the following is caused by global warming? (a) glaciers and ice sheets grow (b) water levels in the oceans drop (c) the atmosphere traps less carbon dioxide (d) glaciers and ice sheets shrink Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  23. Chapter 10.3 d.glaciers and ice sheets shrink Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  24. Chapter 10.3 The greenhouse effect is caused by . (a) glaciers melting (b) Earth being closer to the Sun (c) heat trapped in Earth’s atmosphere (d) higher nighttime temperatures Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  25. Chapter 10.3 The greenhouse effect is caused by (a) glaciers melting (b) Earth being closer to the Sun (c) heat trapped in Earth’s atmosphere (d) higher nighttime temperatures Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  26. Chapter 10.3 When glaciers melt or shrink (a) their water is released as liquid or gas (b) the volume of lakes and rivers increases (c) oceans have a lower concentration of salt (d) all of the above Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  27. Chapter 10.3 When glaciers melt or shrink (a) their water is released as liquid or gas (b) the volume of lakes and rivers increases (c) oceans have a lower concentration of salt (d) all of the above Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  28. Daily Double!!! FETAL GROWTH • Why do glaciers advance? Give two reasons Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  29. Daily Double!!! FETAL GROWTH • Increase in snowfall • A shorter period of annual warmer temperatures Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  30. Chapter 10.3 Match up the following (a) Global temperatures cool (b) Large amounts of water freeze in glaciers (c) Global temperatures rise • Glaciers and ice sheets shrink • Sea levels drop • Glaciers and ice sheets grow Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  31. Chapter 10.3 Match up the following (a) Global temperatures cool (b) Large amounts of water freeze in glaciers (c) Global temperatures rise • Glaciers and ice sheets shrink (c) • Sea levels drop (b) • Glaciers and ice sheets grow (a) Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  32. TRUE /FALSE • Earth’s climate has always remained stable. Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  33. TRUE/FALSE False Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  34. TRUE/FALSE • Scientists think that carbon dioxide and other gases put into the atmosphere by humans might be changing Earth’s climate Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  35. TRUE/FALSE TRUE Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  36. TRUE/FALSE Scientists have no explanation for why one ice cap is shrinking and the other is growing. Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  37. TRUE/FALSE TRUE Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  38. TRUE/FALSE The Arctic ice sheet is larger now than ever before Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  39. The relationship is based on romantic love and “love at first sight” and leads to a companionate marriage TRUE/FALSE FALSE Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  40. TRUE/FALSE Rain helps to refill aquifers. Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  41. TRUE/FALSE TRUE Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  42. Random What percent of the water is fresh water ? Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  43. Random 3% Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  44. Random What percent of fresh water is frozen solid? Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  45. Random 66% (glaciers) Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  46. Random What is the impact of melting glaciers? Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  47. Random • Ocean waters may rise • Flood rivers • If they disappear, rivers may dry up. Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  48. Random Identify 2 natural factors affecting our water table? Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  49. Random Drought Flooding Earthquakes Back to Jeopardy Game Board

  50. Random Identify two man made factors affecting the water table? Back to Jeopardy Game Board