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Magnitude and rate of climate changes are important in regarding


A : a. Adaptability and vulnerability of a system

B : b. Rate of change

C : c. Rate of temperature change

D : d. Rate of pressure change

What does adaptive capacity refer?


A : a. Changes in supply

B : b. potential environmental degradation

C : c. Changes time to time

D : d. Potential capability in adapting climate changes

What would affect system in a degree of sensitivity and vulnerability?


A : a. Climate related stimuli

B : b. Climate change

C : c. Pollutants

D : d. Wind

Integrate information and knowledge from adverse disciplines, is known as:


A : a. Integrated approach

B : b. Wholistic appoarch

C : c. Integrated assessment

D : d. Integrate knowledge

Adaptive capacity is ability of a system, to adjust


A : a. Pressure control

B : b. Greenhouse vent

C : c. Climate Change

D : d. Pollution rate

In northern Canada increased temperature will tend to lengthen the


A : a. Winters

B : b. Pollution growth

C : c. Growing period

D : d. Humidity

Loss of soil, Over extraction of groundwater, damaging from acid rain are examples of:


A : a. Deforestation

B : b. Environmental degradation

C : c. Urbanization

D : d. Global Warming

Global warming is entitled as


A : a. Health Problem

B : b. Economical Problem

C : c. Social Problem

D : d. Environmental Problem

Vulnerability, degree of a system, susceptible to adverse effects of


A : a. Deforestation

B : b. Climate change

C : c. Urbanization

D : d. Soil Erosion

Almost, 6% of radiations from sun is scattered back to space by:


A : a. Plants

B : b. Radiations

C : c. Atmospheric molecules

D : d. Animals

Almost, eighty percent, sun radiation causes heating at:


A : a. Reflux

B : b. Surface

C : c. Atmosphere

D : d. Biosphere

About 10% of sun radiations are reflected back to space from


A : a. ocean surface

B : b. Lakes surface

C : c. Pollution particles

D : d. Infrastructure radius

Net incoming solar radiation is balanced by


A : a. Outgoing radiations from the atmosphere

B : b. Outgoing radiations from the earth

C : c. Outgoing radiations from the troposphere

D : d. Outgoing radiations from the biosphere

Which hurricane was most damaging?


A : a. Hurricane Katrina

B : b. Hurricane Mitch

C : c. Hurricane Irma

D : d. Hurricane Harvey

In 1990s, annual economic losses from weather related disasters, approximately


A : a. 0.002

B : b. 0.005

C : c. 0.01

D : d. 0.02

Plants takes in carbon dioxide and giving out:


A : a. Oxygen

B : b. Carbon dioxide

C : c. Carbon

D : d. Argon

21% of earth's atmosphere consist of:


A : a. Carbon dioxide

B : b. Oxygen

C : c. Carbon

D : d. Nitrogen

A 'back to nature' viewpoint is neither balanced nor:


A : a. Affective

B : b. Sustainable

C : c. Quantitative

D : d. Beneficial

Above 25% concentration of O?, there will be:


A : a. No Forests

B : b. Forests

C : c. Mountains

D : d. Deserts

Some conifers require heat of fire to release their:


A : a. Roots

B : b. Fruits

C : c. seeds

D : d. Stems

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