Earth Science

1. Which provides the most direct source of energy for a hurricane?(1 point)
A warm ocean water
B heating of the air by the sun
C friction with the ground
D rising, swirling winds

2. How does upwelling affect the weather of a coastal region?(1 point)

A The cold surface water results in moist air and more rainfall.
B The warm surface water results in moist air and more rainfall.
C The cold surface water results in drier air and less rainfall.
D The warm surface water results in drier air and less rainfall.

3. Which describes gyres in the northern hemisphere?(1 point)

A They move cold water from surface to bottom of the ocean.
B They move cold water from equatorial regions to polar regions.
C They move warm water from equatorial regions to polar regions.
D They move warm water from the surface to the bottom of the ocean.

4. Which statement about ocean surface currents is false?(1 point)

A They influence the climate and weather of areas along the coast.
B They have no effect on air temperature over land on the coast.
C They move heat and water between equatorial regions and polar regions.
D They flow in large gyres in the major ocean basins.

5. Identify the ways in which a rooftop garden can reduce the heat absorbed, compared to an asphalt roof. Select the three correct answers.(2 points)

Soil holds water that would have run off the roof.
Plants release water vapor.
The soil is heavier than the asphalt.
The surface is rougher and more varied than the asphalt.
The paler color reflects more light.
Unlike asphalt, soil is not black.

6. Which of the following are true of the transfer of thermal energy in the oceans? Select the three correct answers.(2 points)

Energy is radiated more than absorbed near the poles.
Energy is carried from the equator to poles in surface currents.
Energy is radiated more than absorbed near the equator.
Energy is absorbed more than radiated near the equator.
Energy is carried from the equator to poles in deep ocean currents.
Energy is absorbed more than radiated near the poles.

7. Which statement about deep currents is true?(1 point)

A They move warm water along the bottom of the ocean from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.
B They move cold water along the bottom of the ocean from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean.
C They move warm water along the bottom of the ocean from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean.
D They move cold water along the bottom of the ocean from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.

8. What effects does ionizing radiation have on the atmosphere? Select the two correct answers.(1 point)

It helps atoms to escape Earth's gravity in the exosphere.
It ionizes atoms and molecules in the thermosphere.
It is the chief cause of warming in the troposphere.
It forms ozone in the stratosphere.

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  6. Which statement about ocean surface currents is false?

    - they have no effect on air temperature over land on the coast

    Which statement about deep currents is true?

    - they move cold water along the bottom of the ocean from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean

    How does upwelling affect the weather of a coastal region?

    -the cold surface water results in drier air and less rainfall

    Identify the ways in which a rooftop garden can reduce the heat absorbed, compared to an asphalt roof.

    -the paler color reflects more light
    -plants release water vapor
    -soil holds water that would have run off the roof

    Which of the following are true of the transfer of thermal energy in oceans?

    -energy is absorbed more than radiated near the equator
    -energy is radiated more then absorbed near the poles
    -energy is carried from the equator to poles in surface currents

    Which provides the most direct source of energy for a hurricane?

    -warm ocean water

    Which describes gyres in the northern hemisphere?

    -they move warm water from equatorial regions to polar regions

    What effects does ionizing radiation have on the atmosphere?

    -it forms ozone in the stratosphere
    -it ionizes atoms and molecules in the thermosphere

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