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Q30. What are the different ocean currents that carry cold water? Give at least three examples? Q31. What kind of air does greenland current take long? Explain. Q32. How do the kamchatka current nad kuroshio current affect the northeastern part and southern part of japan? Q33. How do ocean current affect climate? Activity 7: Getting Ready! Objective: *Assess your prior knowledge and experiences about climate change. Activity 8: Its Getting Ready Objective: *Demonsrate how closed spaces trap heat *Explain how greenhouse gases trao heat GUIDE QUESTION: Q34. Which thermometer shows a faster rise in temperature? Q35. What happened to the temperature inside tha aquarium? Q36. How does the wall of the aquarium relate greenhouse gases? Q37. What traps heat in the atmosphere? Activity 9: CO2 is the Reason! Objective: *Interpret the relationship of carbon dioxide and temperature. GUIDE QUESTION: Q38. How much the increase in temperature from 1880 to 2010? Q39. What happened to the amount of carbon dioxide from 1880 to 2010? Q40. What is the relationship between the amount of carbon dioxide and global temperature? Q41. When was temperature at its highest and at its lowest?
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Activity 10: Am I a climate Hero or a Climate Culprit? Objective: *To calculate your personal carbon emission;and * To take an action to lessen the effect of climate change GUIDE QUESTION: Q42. Which member has the highest carbon footprint? Q43. Which member has the lowest carbon footprint? Q44. What is the average carbon footprint of the group? Q45. What is you highest source of carbon emission? Q46. What is your lowest source of carbon emission?
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