Ozone Scramble
Type
Word Scramble
Description

ultraviolet
greenhouse gasses
chlorofluorocarbons
hydrochlorofluorocarbons
nitrogen oxides
volatile organic compounds
carbon dioxide
polar caps
montreal protocol
clean air act

Ozone Layer Word Search

Ozone Layer  Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Hydrochlorofluorocarbons
Chlorofluorocarbons
Sunlight Molecules
International Day
Montreal Protocol
Earths Atmosphere
Chemical Reaction
Ultraviolet Rays
Kigali Amendment
Oxygen Molecules
Global Warming
Polar Regions
Tetrachloride
Methylbromide
Stratosphere
Preservation
Depletion
Fluorine
Hydrogen
Chlorine
Aerosols
Halons
Carbon
Atoms

Climate change word search

Climate change word search
Type
Word Search
Description

Desertification
Carbon Dioxide
Climate change
Global Warming
Greenhouse Gas
Deforestation
Nitrous Oxide
Evaporation
Fossil Fuel
Atmosphere
Geosphere
Radiation
Biofuels
Weather
Glacier
Methane
Ozone

Air Pollution/Global Warming Crossword Puzzle

Air Pollution/Global Warming Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

A type of rain that is caused by air pollution
Methane, CO2, Hydrogen, and Fluorine are what type of gasses
This was enacted in 1963, by the 88th US Congress
Can air pollution affect humans? True or False?
Can Air pollution affect animals? True or False?
40% premature deaths caused by air pollution were in ____?
China, along with India, contains over 50% of the world’s sources of ____ pollution
Air pollution kills over _____ million people each year
What is the abbreviation of the government agency that protects the environment?
Acid rain harms vegetation and _____ life?
Air pollution can affect your ______ system
The Pollution Prevention Act, is an act that limits the amount of ______ that the industries are releasing into the enviroment
The Clean Air Act works alongside the experts at ___ to reduce and regulate emission of greenhouse gasses
Chronic respiratory disease, lung cancer, heart disease, damage to the brain, and COPD are examples of ____ term effects
Acid rain is an effect on the __________
Would visability increase or decrease due to air pollution
Burning ______ _____ is a cause of air pollution/global warming
Air pollution can cause us to have an upper respiratory disease called ______
The government of the US and the world have enacted policies and created agencies to regulate the quality of the ___
Air Pollution/Global Warming can cause ozone _________

Global Warming Crossword

Global Warming Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

An increase in Earth's Global Temperature
The most abundant gas in the air we breathe.
The trapping of heat in the atmostphere
Strong acids such as nitric acid or sulfuric acid that fall to earth
What happens to earth's average temperature due to the greenhouse effect?
Chlorine containing chemicals that cause the thinning of the ozone layer
Increasing amounts of this gas is associated with global warming
The main source of air pollution is the burning of
A haze of pollutants that hangs in the air above many cities
Depletion of this atmosphere layer increases Earth's exposure to UV radiation
The three invaluable resources are land, air, and ____________
True or false: acid rain can damage statues and destroy forests

metals and nonmetals Crossword

metals and nonmetals Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

carbon
nitrogen
oxygen
gold
copper
hydrogen
silver
metals are good conductors of...................
metals have a high
non metals are mostly solids and
non metals are fragile or
carbon + oxygen
sodium + chlorine
magnesium + oxygen
the smallest particle of many compound are called
non metals are poor conductors of
non metals can burn to form

Atmospheric Science and Air Pollution Crossword

Atmospheric Science and Air Pollution Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

A hazardous substance such as soot or carbon monoxide, that is emitted into the troposphere in a form that is directly harmful.
A hazardous substance produced through the reaction of substances added to the atmosphere with chemicals normally found in the atmosphere
In the atmosphere, the amount of time a gas molecule or pollutant remains aloft.
pollutants judged to pose especially great threats to human health.
In the atmosphere, the amount of time a gas molecule or pollutant remains aloft.
results from the interacton of sunlight, heat, nitrogen oxides, and volatile organic compounds
caused by the by-products of industrial combustion, especially soot, CO, CO2, SO2, and NO2, resulting in a characteristically gray, acidic mixture.
caused by secondary pollutants and other chemicals, often including ozone and NO2
The active polluting air, or the condition of being polluted by air pollutants
a highly reactive, foul-smelling reddish gas that contributes to smog and acid deposition
Very fine liquid droplets, or solid particles aloft in the atmosphere
U.S legislation that strengthened regulations pertaining to air quality standards, auto emissions, toxic air pollutants, acid deposition, and depletion of the ozone layer, while also introducing market-based incentives to reduce pollutions
standards for pollutants that are considered harmful to the public and environment
location where air pollution was a major problem for health of many children

The Atmosphere Word Search

The Atmosphere Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

carbon dioxide
thermosphere
stratosphere
ozone layer
stratopause
Troposphere
mesosphere
ionosphere
tropopause
exosphere
mesopause
nitrogen
methane
auroras
oxygen
ozone
argon

LAYERS OF THE ATMOSPHERE Crossword

LAYERS OF THE ATMOSPHERE Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

This layer is where all weather happens
The envelope of gasses that surround the earth
The layer above the troposphere(50 km above the earth's surface)
This layer protects us from meteors & is also the coldest
This is where radio waves bounce back to earth's surface
This layer is located on the upper part of the thermosphere (satellites orbit here)
When force is applied to an object
The point/height of an object in relation to sea level and ground level
A colorless unstable gas with an odor(made up of 3 oxygen atoms
Protects the surface from sun's UV rays
Sunburn is caused by this
Saturated compounds of carbon used as refrigerants
the emission of energy as electromagnetic waves or as moving subatomic particles
the process by which sound waves travel through a medium

Natural Resources and Pollution Word Search

Natural Resources and Pollution Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Non Renewable Resources
Hydroelectric Energy
Renewable Resources
Geothermal Energy
Greenhouse Effect
Greenhouse Gasses
Natural Resources
Carbon Dioxide
Global Warming
Deforestation
Fossil Fuels
Solar Energy
Wind Energy
Pollutants
Acid Rain
Depletion
Pollution
Bio Fuel
Biomass
Climate
Ozone

Pollution Crossword

Pollution Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

one of the leading causes towards he increase amount of non-point solution
example of point source solution
the source of pollution can be directly seen
leading cause of run-off
movement of water through soil and rock
can not directly see where the pollution is coming from
agricultural practices placing pesticides and it running off into groundwater
example of non-point source pollution from waterways
reaction of sunlight, nitrogen oxides, and VOCs; point source appears gray
nonpoint pollutant refering to the outflow of acidic water from mines
2012 oil spill in the gulf of mexico on BP operated ship
hazardous chemicals that had been buried in a canal, leaked into people's property and school yards
extremely damaging substance to human blood
wet/dry deposits of secondary pollutants onto earth surfaces
brown haze composed of sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid, and suspended particles
pollution of water through air pollution
river in India polluted by trash and untreated sewage
mercury dumped in a body of water in Japan, leading to mental impairment, birth defects and death in humans
nations agree to cut CFC productionin half to recover ozone
the process by which something becomes impure, defiled, dirty, or otherwise unclean