Jeopardy - YRDSB

Jeopardy - YRDSB

Jeopardy Climate Landforms Soil / Vegetation

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Final Jeopardy $100 Question from Geo Skills The distance east or west of the Prime

Meridian measured in degree. $100 Answer from Geo Skills What is Longitude?

$200 Question from Geo Skills The line that is 0 latitude. $200 Answer from Geo Skills

What is the Equator? $300 Question from Geo Skills Three things that you will need on a Map. $300 Answer from Geo Skills

What is compass, legend, title? $400 Question from Geo Skills. This type of map that shows the distribution of natural and human

features on the earth and the relationships among them. $400 Answer from Geo Skills What is a topographic map?

$500 Question from Geo Skills The exact location of a place measured by its latitude and longitude. $500 Answer from Geo Skills

What is absolute location? $100 Question from H2 The day to day conditions of

temperature, precipitation and humidity. $100 Answer from Climate What is weather?

$200 Question from Climate This climate factor, concludes that the further you are from the equator the colder it becomes.

$200 Answer from Climate What is latitude? $300 Question from Climate

This climate factor will cause milder winters and cooler summers, because it takes longer to heat up and cool down compared to land.

$300 Answer from Climate What are large bodies of water? $400 Question from Climate

Canadas main wind system, which blows from west to east. $400 Answer from Climate What is the Westerlies?

$500 Question from Climate The climate region we live in, has cool winters, hot summers and moderate precipitation.

$500 Answer from Climate What is the Lower Lakes Climate Region? $100 Question from Landforms

The landform region we, and 50 per cent of Canadians, live in. $100 Answer from Landforms

What is the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Lowlands? $200 Question from Landforms

The largest landform region in Canada in terms of size. $200 Answer from Landforms What is the Canadian Shield?

$300 Question from Landforms The breaking up of rocks into small Particles by wind, water, ice, plant roots and some chemical reactions.

$300 Answer from Landforms What is weathering? $400 Question from Landforms

This landform region located in the west, has the another word for mountain in its name. $400 Answer from Landform

What is the Western Cordillera? $500 Question from Landforms The movement of broken up particles to other places.

$500 Answer from Landforms What is erosion. $100 Question from Soil/Veg

Trees that have needle-like leaves. $100 Answer from Soil/Veg

What is coniferous? $200 Question from Soil/Veg The three main vegetation types in Canada.

$200 Answer from Soil/Veg What are Tundra, Grasslands and Forests?

$300 Question from Soil/Veg Soils found in areas covered by forests. $300 Answer from Soil/Veg

What are podzols? $400 Question from Soil/Veg The uppermost layer of soil,

contains the nutrients that plants need to grow. $400 Answer from Soil/Veg What is Humus?

$500 Question from Soils/Veg The four ingredients found in all soils. $500 Answer from Soil/Veg

What is: Minerals, Bacteria and Organic Manner, Air and Moisture? $100 Question from Other

The interior structure of the Earth is made up of these three layers. $100 Answer from Other

What are the core, mantle and crust. $200 Question from Other

He came up with the theory of Continental Drift. $200 Answer from Other Who is Alfred Wegener?

$300 Question from Other This type of map shows differences in elevation.

$300 Answer from Other What is a contour map. $400 Question from Other

When you put together landform, climate soil and natural vegetation data and factor in human and animal activity. $400 Answer from Other

What are Ecozones. $500 Question from Other A convergent boundary where two Tectonic Plates collide.

$500 Answer from Other What is a subduction zone? Final Jeopardy What acronym represents the factors that

affect climate. What does each letter stand for? Final Jeopardy Answer Latitude Ocean Currents

Winds and Air Masses Elevation Relief Near Water

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