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Atmosphere Layers Gases How high is it What layer is it? Vocabulary
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The mesosphere is important because it protects us from?

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The mesosphere is important because it protects us from?


Meteroids


This layer of the atmosphere is where weather occurs?

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This layer of the atmosphere is where weather occurs?


Troposphere


What layer of the atmosphere is 1800 degree celsius but has very little heat energy?

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What layer of the atmosphere is 1800 degree celsius but has very little heat energy?


Thermosphere


The ozone layer is found in this layer of the Earth's atmosphere?

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The ozone layer is found in this layer of the Earth's atmosphere?


Stratosphere


This layer of the atmosphere is found at the top of the mesosphere and the bottom of the thermosphere?

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This layer of the atmosphere is found at the top of the mesosphere and the bottom of the thermosphere?


Ionosphere


What percentage of nitrogen is found in the Earth's Atmosphere?

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What percentage of nitrogen is found in the Earth's Atmosphere?


78 percent


This gas makes up 21 percent of the Earth's atmosphere.

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This gas makes up 21 percent of the Earth's atmosphere.


Oxygen


What percent of the Earth's atmopheric gases is found in the troposphere?

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What percent of the Earth's atmopheric gases is found in the troposphere?


85 to 90 percent


The ozone layer is made of molecules of this gas?

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The ozone layer is made of molecules of this gas?


Oxygen


What two benefits does the ozone layer provide?

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What two benefits does the ozone layer provide?


1. Blocks out ultraviolet radiation 

2. Keeps the Earth Warm


This layer extends from 400km to well over 1000 km?

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This layer extends from 400km to well over 1000 km?


Exosphere


This layer extends to 6km upto 20km depending on if it's located along the equator or the Earth's poles?

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This layer extends to 6km upto 20km depending on if it's located along the equator or the Earth's poles?


Troposphere


This layer extends to about 50km above the Earth's surface

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This layer extends to about 50km above the Earth's surface


Stratosphere


This layer extends from approximately 85km to 400km?

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This layer extends from approximately 85km to 400km?


Thermosphere


This layer extends from 50km to 85km?

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This layer extends from 50km to 85km?


Mesosphere


This layer contains the ozone layer?

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This layer contains the ozone layer?


Stratosphere


In this layer temperatures decrease about 6.5 degrees celsius for every 1km in rise iof altitude?

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In this layer temperatures decrease about 6.5 degrees celsius for every 1km in rise iof altitude?


Troposphere


In these two layers as altitude increases the temperature increases?

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In these two layers as altitude increases the temperature increases?


Stratosphere and thermosphere


In these two layers as you increase in altitude the temperature decreases?

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In these two layers as you increase in altitude the temperature decreases?


Troposphere and Mesosphere


In this layer satellites orbit the Earth?

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In this layer satellites orbit the Earth?


Exosphere


Earth's condition at a particular time is called?

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Earth's condition at a particular time is called?


Weather


An envelope of gas that protects the Earth?

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An envelope of gas that protects the Earth?


Atmosphere


Water in the form of a gas?

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Water in the form of a gas?


Water Vapor


Density can be determined using the formula?

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Density can be determined using the formula?


Density=Mass/volume


The force of air pushing on an area is called?

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The force of air pushing on an area is called?


Air Pressure


The layers of the atmosphere are classified by changes in?


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The layers of the atmosphere are classified by changes in?


Temperature





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