Question 383 out of 3 points how much radiation is

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Question 383 out of 3 pointsHow much radiation is the average U.S. citizen exposed to in a single year?
Question 393 out of 3 pointsAfter many years of debate, the U.S. now has a permanent disposal facility that is accepting and storing nuclear waste in an underground geologic repository in Nevada.
Question 403 out of 3 pointsNuclear power plants can "meltdown" and possibly explode (releasing radioactive materials) IF the moderator/cooling water is lost from the reactor vessels.
Question 413 out of 3 pointsClimate oscillations, which include ice ages and warm periods, have a documented pattern called ____________ Cycles.
Question 423 out of 3 pointsScientists have extracted long cores from the Antarctic ice sheets. How far "back in time" do these cores go? In other words, they can tell us the climate on Earth only upto about ______ years ago.
Question 433 out of 3 pointsIn the past 20 years, how has the volume of the polar ice caps changed?
Question 443 out of 3 pointsWhich decade in the past was the hottest (overall) on record, globally?
Question 453 out of 3 pointsEven if we stopped emitting carbon dioxide (and other GHGs) today, global temperatures would continue to rise due to GHGs already in the atmosphere.
Question 463 out of 3 pointsOne of the most recent reports of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) stated that the global warming of air and water systems is "unequivocal."
Question 473 out of 3 pointsThe IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) was composed of 50 scientists, one from each state within the U.S.
Question 483 out of 3 pointsWhat are the 2 primary reasons for the sea level rise observed over the past 100 years (and into the future)? Select only 2 reasons from the list!
Question 493 out of 3 pointsWhat are some implications of global climate change on human health? Select all that apply.
Question 503 out of 3 pointsWho was the non-scientist whose observations led to a new field of science called paleoclimatology?

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