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“Chasing Ice” Questions1.When James Balog began his investigation of glaciers, the Solheim Glacier in Iceland was receding __700____feet a year.2.Balog first started his photo recording of the glaciers by taking pictures in the months of ____april_______ &___october _______ in order to observe the changes over summer.3.EIS stands for _____extreme ice service _________.4.Balog’s goal was to use ___25_____ cameras over ___3_____ years to record5.In addition to Balog, what type of people (their positions) were included in the EIS team: (1)_engieer_,(2)__photographers_, (3)climatologist___ and (4)__glacierologists ___6.When glaciers break off icebergs into the ocean, it is called __calving________.7.How many cameras were installed in different locations: Greenland __12______Iceland __5______ Alaska___5_____ Montana ____2____8.Past temperature and _________ levels mirror each other over time; however, today, CO2 levels are increasingexponentially. Today, CO2 levels are at ____400_______parts per million and increasing.9.Mass extinction means that we lose __1/2______ to __3/4______ of our planet’s species.10.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Mrs. Ownbey
Tags
Glacier, Greenland ice sheet, James Balog, Ilulissat Glacier, Balog s opinion

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