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Climate Change Crossword

Climate Change Crossword

A specific event or condition that happens over a period of hours or days
Refers to the average weather conditions over many years in a certain place
The warmer periods between ice-ages
A cycle that causes the Earth's orbit to get closer and further away from the sun
The process plants use to make food where they take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and give out oxygen
The most common greenhouse gas
A type of fuel that was made under the ground millions of years ago
The greenhouse gas that comes from rotting rice and cows stomachs
When the carbon dioxide increases, the ________________ increases
The adjustment or preparation of natural or human systems to a new or changing environment
The process of cutting down the forests
The release of a substance/gas into the atmosphere
Continually frozen ground that occurs when the temperature remains below 0 degrees for several years
Collecting and reprocessing a resource so it can be used again



The average weather for a region over a long time period
Water _____
A change in the quality of the environment that can adversely affect the heaalth of humans or other living organisms
The ___ Layer has holes in it due to global warming
___ ___ is another name for global warming
_____ energy: direct radiant energy from the sun
_____ dioxide is what we exhale
Process that occurs in living green plants where carbon dioxide is converted to oxygen
The mixture of gases surrounding the earth
_____ warming
_____ fuels
Planet _____ is heating up because of global warming
You can _____ a plastic bottle
_____ gases can cause global warming

Agriscience Crossword

Agriscience Crossword

All jobs relating in some way to plants, animals, and renewable natural resources
Activities concerned with the production of plants and animals, and the related supplies, services, mechanics, products, processing, and marketing
Commercial firms that have developed with or stem out of agriculture
Application of science to an industrial or commercial objective
Raising of finfish, shellfish, and other aquatic animals under controlled conditions.
Application of enginerring principles in agricultural settings.
Use of modern principles and practices in animal growth and management.
Use of modern principles in growing and managing crops
The study of the properties and management of soil to grow plants.
Use of cells or components of cells to produce products or processes.
Abreviation for pest control program based on multiple-control practices.
Food that has been grown wthout the use of certain chemical pesticides.
All aspects of water conservation and management.
Space and mass around us.
The turfgrass plant and soil immediately below it.
Basic science of the plant and the animal kingdoms.
Science dealing with the characteristics of elements or simple substances.
Chemistry as it applies to living matter.
Science of insect life.
Science of soils and field crops.
The science of producing, processing, and marketing fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants.
Plants used for their appearance.
Animal growth, care, and management.
Management of agricultural resources, including farms and agribusinesses.
Teaching and program management in agriculture
Type of resources provided by nature that can replace themselves.

Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Crossword

Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Crossword

This is a renewable resource that is provided every day by a major part of our solar system.
This is a nonrenewable resource that is made up of another energy source.
This is a nonrenewable resource that is in the periodic table and makes up another energy resource.
A nonrenewable resource that takes a very long time to form from decomposing organic matter.
A renewable resource that is created from the burning of sugarcane and/or wood.
A nonrenewable resource that was formed from tiny sea animals and plants millions of years ago.
A renewable resource that is made from rotting plant material.
A nonrenewable resource that is made from heat in the Earth.
This is a renewable resource that is made from the differences in air pressure.
A fossil fuel that is nonrenewable and is formed for over millions of years.

Ecology/Environmental Crossword

Ecology/Environmental  Crossword

Precipitation that is more acidic than normal because of air pollution.
Capable of being broken down by bacteria and other decomposers.
Fuel made from living things.
Human-made gases containing chlorine and fluorine
The process of helping biodegradable wastes to decompose naturally.
A period of less rain than usual
The study of how living things interact with each other and their environment
The community of organisms that live in a particular area, along with their nonliving surroundings
Pollutants that are released into the air
An energy-rich substance (such as coal, oil, or natural gas)
The theory that increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will raise Earth's temperature.
The trapping of heat near Earth's surface by certain gases in the atmosphere.
The breaking of a habitat into smaller, isolated pieces.
An energy-rich chemical compound that contains carbon and hydrogen atoms.
A species that influences the survival of many others in an ecosystem.
A thick, brownish haze formed when certain gases react with sunlight
A resource that is either always available or is naturally replaced in a relatively short time.
A close relationship between two species that benefits at least one of the species.
A condition in which a layer of warm air traps polluted air close to Earth’s suface
A species that could become endangered in the near future.

Environmental Issues Crossword

Environmental Issues  Crossword

Loss of trees and is no longer used for forests.
A reduction of a layer in the stratosphere.
Killing an animal out of season or without a license.
When a car burns fuel, CO2 is released.
Melting of the ice in the North and South.
using too much of something.
Also know as an Illness or sickness.
A change in global climate patterns.
The result of human practices like greenhouse gases.
Extracting oil from underground.
Contamination of the environment.
Extremely toxic waster.
Increasing population to unsustainable levels.
Contributes to greenhouse effects and may smell.
A water form due to certain pollutants in the atmosphere.

Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources and Diffrent types of Energy Crossword

Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources and Diffrent types of Energy Crossword

The ability to do work or bring about change
How much atoms and molecules are moving in this resource
A organic matter that can be used as an energy source
Waterfalls can help can with this type of renewable energy
This type of resource is NOT bad for the environment and it comes from the sun(2 words)
Uneven heating of the Earth's surface can cause this
It is made from carbon dioxide plant matter
This is found as a gas and it makes your grill run
Our school uses this type of renewable resource(2 words)
This is made in fossil fuel(2 words)
All livings this have at least one of these
To use again
This is harmless energy to the Earth (2 words)
The law of _______________ of energy
A natural gas resource that can be replaced in nature at the same rate it is produced
Energy that humans use to meet their needs(2 words)
Resource that exists in a fixed amount
Creates electrics through heat; low risk to the environment
The amount of useful energy (2 words)

Economics: Chapter 3 Vocabulary Crossword

Economics: Chapter 3 Vocabulary Crossword

Guidelines for human behavior based on principles about what is right and wrong.
The theft of merchandise from stores.
The process by which a foreign-born person becomes a citizen.
The way you respond to being a member of a community or other group.
The deliberate destruction of property (graffiti, broken windows, defaced restrooms, etc.)
A person who offers services to a worthwhile cause for no pay.
The ability to inform and assist others.
The science that deals with relationships between living things and the environment.
Resources that replace themselves by natural cycles over time, such as plants, water, soil and air.
Resources that cannot replace themselves are ______.
Energy sources formed in the earth, such as coal, oil and natural gas.
Substances that can decompose naturally in the environment.
The careful management and protection of valuable natural resources to ensure their quality and longevity.

Ecology, Energy Flow, Human Impact Crossword

Ecology, Energy Flow, Human Impact Crossword

the branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings.
a group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding.
a group of individuals of the same species inhabiting the same area.
an association of populations of two or more different species occupying the same area in a particular time.
a biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment.
organisms that can make their own energy through biochemical processes, also known as autotrophs
organisms of an ecological food chain which receive energy by consuming other organisms, also known as heterotrophs
A process in which organisms, with the aid of chlorophyll (green plant enzyme), convert carbon dioxide and inorganic substances into oxygen and additional plant material, using sunlight for energy.
an animal that gets its energy from eating plants, and only plants
an organism that derives its energy and nutrient requirements from a diet consisting mainly or exclusively of animal tissue
a group of animals that derive energy and nutrients from a variety of food sources, such as plants and animals, as well as fungi, algae and bacteria.
organisms that break down dead or decaying organisms, and in doing so, they carry out the natural process of decomposition
A succession of organisms in a community that are linked to each other through the transfer of energy and nutrients, beginning with an autotrophic organism such as a plant and continuing with each organism being consumed by one higher in the chain
system of interlocking and interdependent food chains
any class of organisms that occupy the same position in a food chain, as primary consumers, secondary consumers, and tertiary consumers. Only 10% of the energy is transferred from each level.
the mass of living biological organisms in a given area or ecosystem at a given time
the state of the atmosphere at a place and time as regards heat, dryness, sunshine, wind, rain, etc.
the weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or over a long period.
A term used to describe the heating of the atmosphere owing to the presence of carbon dioxide and other gases.
the natural home or environment of an animal, plant, or other organism.
the ecological role of an organism in a community especially in regard to food consumption
Destruction of the upper atmospheric layer of ozone gas, caused by substances formed from breakdown of ozone depleting substances, known as chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs
he act or result of cutting down or burning all the trees in an area, reducing the number of organisms able to carry out photosynthesis
rainfall made sufficiently acidic by atmospheric pollution that it causes environmental harm, typically to forests and lakes
a plant, fungus, or animal species that is not native to a specific location
the accumulation of substances, such as pesticides, or other chemicals in an organism
the increasing concentration of a substance, such as a toxic chemical, in the tissues of organisms at successively higher levels in a food chain

Earth's Resources Crossword

Earth's Resources Crossword

a type of natural resource that cannot be replaced or can only be replaced after thousands or millions of years
protecting our natural resources and using them responsibly
a type of natural resource that can be replaced
a solid, non-living substance found in nature
a non-living substance made of one or more minerals; there are 3 main types
a material that is burned for energy
a mixture of minerals, weathered rocks, and decayed plants and animal matter
a type of resource found on Earth that is necessary or useful to people
the trace or remains of an organism that lived long ago
type of energy from the sun
died out, leaving no more of that type of organism alive
when harmful things get into the water, air, and land
a type of energy that comes from moving air
energy made from moving or falling water
a type of resource that can be used again and again
energy from living things, plants or animals, or waste
a type of energy made from heat inside the earth
melted rock that is underground in the mantle layer of the Earth
combination of sand, silt, clay and humus; best soil for plants
tiny bits of weathered or broken-down rock and once-living animals and plants