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Around four hundred million years after the formation of Earth, the planet's atmosphere would have been almost entirely - - - - . A. argon B. oxygen C. nitrogen D. carbon dioxide
Around four hundred million years after the formation of Earth, the planet's atmosphere would have been almost entirely carbon dioxide.
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Around four hundred million years after the formation of Earth, the planet's atmosphere would have been almost entirely carbon dioxide.
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Which of the following is one of the major greenhouse gases? A. oxygen B. nitrogen C. ammonia D. carbon dioxide
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Why is Earth's current atmosphere made up mostly of nitrogen and oxygen? A. Earth is eroding. B. Earth is warming up. C. Earth is continuing to cool. D. Earth has living things on the surface.
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One reason that greenhouse gases can be harmful to Earth's environment is that they - - - - -. A. trap heat B. prevent global warming C. allow too much heat to escape
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One reason that greenhouse gases can be harmful to Earth's environment is that they trap heat.
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Venus and Mars have atmospheres that are primarily composed of - - - - . A. argon B. oxygen C. nitrogen D. carbon dioxide
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Which term refers to the process by which volcanoes release carbon dioxide? A. sinking B. eruptions C. outgassing D. condensation
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Volcanoes release carbon dioxide by eruptions.
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"Outgassing" refers to the process by which volcanoes release carbon dioxide.
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