Test your climate knowledge with NASA

How much do you really know about the issues surrounding climate change?

Do you know why carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is lower during the northern hemisphere summer? Is ozone good or bad for us? What happens to the amount of rainfall as global temperatures increase? Other than melting ice sheets, what else has had the largest contribution to sea level rise over the last 100 years?

Test your knowledge with these interactive quizzes from NASA. Head over to NASA’s website to find even more!

Test your knowledge on carbon:
http://climate.nasa.gov/quizzes/carbon-quiz/
This is a good one for all those VW executives out there:
http://climate.nasa.gov/quizzes/air-we-breathe-quiz/
Do you know how Earth’s temperature has and will change in the future? Then try this one:
http://climate.nasa.gov/interactives/quiz_global_temp/quiz
See how much you know about the processes that contribute to sea-level rise and how the oceans are changing:
http://climate.nasa.gov/quizzes/sea-level-quiz/

 

 

Photo credit: Flickr NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, CC

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