Top Climate Quizzes & Trivia

It’s ever changing, just like our quizzes. Get ready for a whole new challenge. It’s time to test your knowledge on climate and climate changes. How well do you know your surroundings? Pretty well, we hope, otherwise our efforts to come up with the perfect set of questions would have been in vain. Let’s kick it off with a few samples.

What language does the word climate derive from? What variables are taken into consideration for the Koppen climate classification? In what parts of the world can we find a humid continental climate? What seasons make up a typical tropical climate? What desert makes up the driest place in the world? What are the three main contributing factors to climate change? How did you do with our sample questions? Very well, we hope! Keep it up and you’ll be a climate expert in no time.


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  • What is the best definition of climate?
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  • Which of the following best defines the word weather?
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  • http://www.mobot.org/hort/images/Clim1-1.jpgThis climate zone is noted for the following:rainforests; tropical grasslands; deserts; hot temperatures; some areas with tremendous precipitation, while other areas experience moderate to no precipitation. The climate zone is found between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn.What climate zone meets this description?
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  • The climagraph above shows that this this place is in which hemisphere?

  • Which month would be the best month for tourism in Merida, Mexico?

  • Which of the following effects the climate of a specific place?

  • The areas highlighted in red have a ________ climate.
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  • -Hot, rains a lot, located near the Equator. What type of climate do these statements describe?
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  • Which type of climate is shown in the picture?
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  • Lacking the finances and resources to build new drainage systems and seawalls, residents of Lami Town are restoring coral reefs and mangroves to help prevent flooding and erosion. Which Small Island Developing State is this happening in?
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  • Mangrove forests are made up of trees that live along tropical and subtropical intertidal shorelines. Which of the following benefits do they provide?
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  • Restoring natural habitats can in fact be far better than man-made solutions to environmental problems. Every $ spent on restoring mangroves saves approximately how many more times as much in damages than every $ spent on building a sea wall?
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