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You can help the Wall Street Review by expanding it.8th graders are learning about the effects of CO2 on the atmosphere and the environment, and that includes a lot of the environmental science.
They also know how to make up their minds about climate change.
Here’s a list of the 10 best science questions 8th grader questions and answers:1.
How much CO2 is in the atmosphere?
How much of it is in Earth’s atmosphere and how much is in water?2.
How many species are on Earth?
How many types of plants and animals live on Earth and how many species live on other planets?3.
What is the extent of CO 2 in the Earth’s crust?
How big is the crust and where is it?4.
How far away is the Earth from the sun?
Is it a satellite?
Are we near the moon?5.
What temperature is the surface of the Earth at any given time?
Is the surface hotter than the surface at any time?6.
How long does the Earth hold on to CO2?
How long do the Earths oceans hold on CO 2?7.
What are the different kinds of CO two?
Is there CO 2 from ice?
Is CO 2 coming from volcanoes?8.
How do CO 2 and CO 2-12 form?9.
How can CO 2 be released from CO 2 to the atmosphere or water?10.
How to prepare for CO 2 release.1.
What happens if CO 2 levels are too high?2, How does CO 2 decay?3, How can carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) be captured and used for electricity?4, How long can CO2 be stored?5, What is a “fossil” CO 2 ?
Is it something we can’t find on Earth today?6, How much carbon dioxide is there in the air?
How can we find it?7, How big are the oceans?
How large are the seas?8, How do plants and other animals survive in the ocean?9, How many life forms live on earth?10, What does it mean to have a global CO 2 budget?11, What are some other CO 2 impacts on the Earth?12.
What do CO2 and other greenhouse gases do?13, What can CO emission do to the planet?14.
What about CO 2’s effects on the planet’s atmosphere?15, What about the Earth climate?16.
What can we do to control CO 2 emissions?17, How about CO2’s effects in the oceans and the atmosphere.18, What do humans do to reduce CO 2 output?19, How would we make a CO 2 “zero” decision?20.
How will CO 2 affect the Earth atmosphere and climate?21.
What’s the difference between CO 2 -14 and CO 1 -14?22.
How does the earth get CO 2 out of the atmosphere (from CO 2 )?23.
What kind of CO and CO-2 do we get from the oceans (from ocean heat uptake)?24.
How high is the temperature of the surface and how hot is the ground?25.
How hot is a CO2 “cooling” point?26.
How strong is the atmosphere’s CO 2 concentration?27.
How fast does CO2 rise?28.
How warm is the earth’s surface?29.
How cold is the air at any point?30.
What kinds of plants can grow on the surface?31.
How is CO 2 stored?32.
How deep is the ocean and how deep is it at any particular point?33.
What CO 2 is in ice?34.
How CO 2 can we extract from ice to get CO2 to the surface (from ice)35.
What does CO 3 do to CO 2 molecules?36.
What changes does the atmosphere do when CO 2 level is too low?37.
How big of a cloud does CO release?38.
How thick is the CO 2 layer at any one point?39.
How did CO 2 form in the first place?40.
How was CO 2 created?41.
What process was used to get a CO gas to form in our atmosphere?42.
How the ocean’s temperature is affected by CO 2 production?43.
How low is the water’s CO2 concentration?44.
How quickly does CO3 rise?45.
How slow is the increase in CO2 in the water?46.
What would it take for CO 3 to break down into CO 2 at some point?47.
How rapidly can CO3 levels rise?48.
How about ocean temperatures?49.
How stable is the atmospheric CO 2 during the oceans’ temperature changes?50.
How often does CO change temperature?51.
How frequent is the oceans CO 2 saturation?52.
What processes could make the oceans warmer?53.
What type of ocean temperature does the oceans get?