Pollution Jeopardy Population Radiation Toxic Substances Air Pollution

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Pollution Jeopardy Population Radiation Toxic Substances Air Pollution $100 $200 $300 $400 FINAL ROUND

Pollution Jeopardy Population Radiation Toxic Substances Air Pollution $100 $200 $300 $400 FINAL ROUND

Population: $100 Question The United States is responsible for nearly ____ percent of total

Population: $100 Question The United States is responsible for nearly ____ percent of total global consumption. a. 10 b. 15 c. 25 d. 35 ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Population: $100 Answer The United States is responsible for nearly ____ percent of total

Population: $100 Answer The United States is responsible for nearly ____ percent of total global consumption. a. 10 b. 15 c. 25 d. 35 BACK TO GAME

Population: $200 Question What country is projected to have the largest increase in population?

Population: $200 Question What country is projected to have the largest increase in population? a. India b. China c. United States d. Russia ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Population: $200 Answer What country is projected to have the largest increase in population?

Population: $200 Answer What country is projected to have the largest increase in population? a. India b. China c. United States d. Russia BACK TO GAME

Population: $300 Question Proponents of zero population growth believe each couple should produce a.

Population: $300 Question Proponents of zero population growth believe each couple should produce a. only two offspring. b. no offspring. c. only one offspring. d. no more than three offspring. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Population: $300 Answer Proponents of zero population growth believe each couple should produce a.

Population: $300 Answer Proponents of zero population growth believe each couple should produce a. only two offspring. b. no offspring. c. only one offspring. d. no more than three offspring. BACK TO GAME

Population: $400 Question Nearly 99% of all population increases take place in a. less

Population: $400 Question Nearly 99% of all population increases take place in a. less developed countries. b. more developed countries. c. large countries. d. small countries. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Population: $400 Answer Nearly 99% of all population increases take place in a. less

Population: $400 Answer Nearly 99% of all population increases take place in a. less developed countries. b. more developed countries. c. large countries. d. small countries. BACK TO GAME

Radiation: $100 Question Emissions from radio waves, TV signals, and microwaves are all types

Radiation: $100 Question Emissions from radio waves, TV signals, and microwaves are all types of a. ionizing radiation. b. electromagnetic fields. c. fission. d. non-ionizing radiation. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Radiation: $100 Answer Emissions from radio waves, TV signals, and microwaves are all types

Radiation: $100 Answer Emissions from radio waves, TV signals, and microwaves are all types of a. ionizing radiation. b. electromagnetic fields. c. fission. d. non-ionizing radiation. BACK TO GAME

Radiation: $200 Question What is the most dangerous type of radiation? a. Kappa rays

Radiation: $200 Question What is the most dangerous type of radiation? a. Kappa rays b. Gamma rays c. Beta rays d. Alpha rays ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Radiation: $200 Answer What is the most dangerous type of radiation? a. Kappa rays

Radiation: $200 Answer What is the most dangerous type of radiation? a. Kappa rays b. Gamma rays c. Beta rays d. Alpha rays BACK TO GAME

Radiation: $300 Question Nuclear power plants account for what percent of the total radiation

Radiation: $300 Question Nuclear power plants account for what percent of the total radiation to which we are exposed? a. Less that 1% b. 3% c. 5% d. 7% ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Radiation: $300 Answer Nuclear power plants account for what percent of the total radiation

Radiation: $300 Answer Nuclear power plants account for what percent of the total radiation to which we are exposed? a. Less that 1% b. 3% c. 5% d. 7% BACK TO GAME

Radiation: $400 Question Radiation caused by the release of particles and electromagnetic rays from

Radiation: $400 Question Radiation caused by the release of particles and electromagnetic rays from atomic nuclei during the normal process of disintegration is called a. radioactive emission. b. nuclear energy. c. fission. d. ionizing radiation. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Radiation: $400 Answer Radiation caused by the release of particles and electromagnetic rays from

Radiation: $400 Answer Radiation caused by the release of particles and electromagnetic rays from atomic nuclei during the normal process of disintegration is called a. radioactive emission. b. nuclear energy. c. fission. d. ionizing radiation. BACK TO GAME

Toxic Substances: $100 Question Which strong-smelling gas is present in some carpets, adhesives, and

Toxic Substances: $100 Question Which strong-smelling gas is present in some carpets, adhesives, and plywood and can cause respiratory problems and central nervous system disorders? a. Radon b. Asbestos c. Ozone d. Formaldehyde ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Toxic Substances: $100 Answer Which strong-smelling gas is present in some carpets, adhesives, and

Toxic Substances: $100 Answer Which strong-smelling gas is present in some carpets, adhesives, and plywood and can cause respiratory problems and central nervous system disorders? a. Radon b. Asbestos c. Ozone d. Formaldehyde BACK TO GAME

Toxic Substances: $200 Question What substance has tiny fibers that can become airborne and

Toxic Substances: $200 Question What substance has tiny fibers that can become airborne and embed in the lungs, causing a fatal disease known as mesothelioma? a. Mold b. Asbestos c. Chlorofluorocarbons d. Lead ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Toxic Substances: $200 Answer What substance has tiny fibers that can become airborne and

Toxic Substances: $200 Answer What substance has tiny fibers that can become airborne and embed in the lungs, causing a fatal disease known as mesothelioma? a. Mold b. Asbestos c. Chlorofluorocarbons d. Lead BACK TO GAME

Toxic Substances: $300 Question Which gas penetrates homes through cracks and pipes and is

Toxic Substances: $300 Question Which gas penetrates homes through cracks and pipes and is second only to smoking as a cause of lung cancer? a. Sulfur dioxide b. Carbon dioxide c. Ammonia d. Radon ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Toxic Substances: $300 Answer Which gas penetrates homes through cracks and pipes and is

Toxic Substances: $300 Answer Which gas penetrates homes through cracks and pipes and is second only to smoking as a cause of lung cancer? a. Sulfur dioxide b. Carbon dioxide c. Ammonia d. Radon BACK TO GAME

Toxic Substances: $400 Question Poor ventilation is the primary cause of sick building syndrome,

Toxic Substances: $400 Question Poor ventilation is the primary cause of sick building syndrome, which is said to exist when ____ percent of a building’s occupants report health problems related to air pollution. a. 40 b. 60 c. 80 d. 95 ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Toxic Substances: $400 Answer Poor ventilation is the primary cause of sick building syndrome,

Toxic Substances: $400 Answer Poor ventilation is the primary cause of sick building syndrome, which is said to exist when ____ percent of a building’s occupants report health problems related to air pollution. a. 40 b. 60 c. 80 d. 95 BACK TO GAME

Air Pollution: $100 Question What air pollutant is emitted primarily from motor vehicle emissions

Air Pollution: $100 Question What air pollutant is emitted primarily from motor vehicle emissions and is the third leading cause of death due to unintentional poisoning? a. Carbon monoxide b. Nitrogen dioxide c. Sulfur dioxide d. Particulates ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Air Pollution: $100 Answer What air pollutant is emitted primarily from motor vehicle emissions

Air Pollution: $100 Answer What air pollutant is emitted primarily from motor vehicle emissions and is the third leading cause of death due to unintentional poisoning? a. Carbon monoxide b. Nitrogen dioxide c. Sulfur dioxide d. Particulates BACK TO GAME

Air Pollution: $200 Question This is perhaps the greatest source of indoor air pollution.

Air Pollution: $200 Question This is perhaps the greatest source of indoor air pollution. a. Methane b. Carbon dioxide c. Environmental tobacco smoke d. Ground-level ozone ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Air Pollution: $200 Answer This is perhaps the greatest source of indoor air pollution.

Air Pollution: $200 Answer This is perhaps the greatest source of indoor air pollution. a. Methane b. Carbon dioxide c. Environmental tobacco smoke d. Ground-level ozone BACK TO GAME

Air Pollution: $300 Question Precipitation that has fallen through acidic air pollutants, particularly those

Air Pollution: $300 Question Precipitation that has fallen through acidic air pollutants, particularly those containing sulfur dioxides and nitrogen dioxides, is known as a. ozone. b. acid rain. c. photochemical smog. d. temperature inversion. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Air Pollution: $300 Answer Precipitation that has fallen through acidic air pollutants, particularly those

Air Pollution: $300 Answer Precipitation that has fallen through acidic air pollutants, particularly those containing sulfur dioxides and nitrogen dioxides, is known as a. ozone. b. acid rain. c. photochemical smog. d. temperature inversion. BACK TO GAME

Air Pollution: $400 Question Carbon dioxide, ground-level ozone, nitrous oxide, and methane are types

Air Pollution: $400 Question Carbon dioxide, ground-level ozone, nitrous oxide, and methane are types of a. acid rain. b. greenhouse gases. c. chlorofluorocarbons. d. nonpoint source pollutants. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

Air Pollution: $400 Answer Carbon dioxide, ground-level ozone, nitrous oxide, and methane are types

Air Pollution: $400 Answer Carbon dioxide, ground-level ozone, nitrous oxide, and methane are types of a. acid rain. b. greenhouse gases. c. chlorofluorocarbons. d. nonpoint source pollutants. BACK TO GAME

FINAL ROUND Question What may be the single greatest factor in achieving zero population

FINAL ROUND Question What may be the single greatest factor in achieving zero population growth? a. Ethnicity b. Education c. Gender d. Income ANSWER BACK TO GAME

FINAL ROUND Answer What may be the single greatest factor in achieving zero population

FINAL ROUND Answer What may be the single greatest factor in achieving zero population growth? a. Ethnicity b. Education c. Gender d. Income BACK TO GAME