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Humidity is the measurement of a. moisture in the ocean b. heat in the desert c.moisture in the air d.amount of precipitation in one day
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Humidity is the measurement of a. moisture in the ocean b. heat in the desert c.moisture in the air d.amount of precipitation in one day
C. The amount of moisture in the air
What is dew point? a. the temperature air is saturated with water b. the amount of moisture a blade of grass can hold c. the temperature at which water starts evaporating d. the point at which smow falls
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What is dew point? a. the temperature air is saturated with water b. the amount of moisture a blade of grass can hold c. the temperature at which water starts evaporating d. the point at which smow falls
a the temperature at which air is saturated with water; it then falls out of hte air and forms dew on plants
Name 3 forms of precipitation.
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Name 3 forms of precipitation.
Rain, Sleet, snow, Hail
The measurement of the average kinetic energy of a substance is a. thermal energy b. temperature c. heat d. radiation
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The measurement of the average kinetic energy of a substance is a. thermal energy b. temperature c. heat d. radiation
b. temperature
Wind is causes by differences in air pressure. Air moves a. from an area of hot to an area of cold. b. from high altitude to low altitude c. from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure d from areas of low pressure to areas to high pressure
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Wind is causes by differences in air pressure. Air moves a. from an area of hot to an area of cold. b. from high altitude to low altitude c. from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure d from areas of low pressure to areas to high pressure
c. from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure (remember there are too many particles in a crowded party)
What does a thermometer measure?
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What does a thermometer measure?
Temperature
What does a wind vane measure?
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What does a wind vane measure?
Wind direction
What does a barometer measure?
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What does a barometer measure?
Air pressure
What does an anemometer measure?
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What does an anemometer measure?
Wind speed
What does a psychrometer measure?
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What does a psychrometer measure?
Relative humidity
What are the 3 main types of climates?
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What are the 3 main types of climates?
c. tropical, temperate, polar
Average yearly temperatures are below freezing, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit. They get up to 10 inches of precipitation yearly, making the area very dry.
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Average yearly temperatures are below freezing, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit. They get up to 10 inches of precipitation yearly, making the area very dry.
Polar
approximately 23.5 degrees to 66.5 degrees latitude both north and south of the equator. Rainfall occurs year-round closer to the equator. Average temperatures range from 41 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit yearly.
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approximately 23.5 degrees to 66.5 degrees latitude both north and south of the equator. Rainfall occurs year-round closer to the equator. Average temperatures range from 41 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit yearly.
Temperate
from the Tropic of Capricorn, located at 23.5 degrees south latitude, to the Tropic of Cancer, located at 23.5 degrees north latitude. emperatures remain above 64 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. Temperatures, during the day, can exceed 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
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from the Tropic of Capricorn, located at 23.5 degrees south latitude, to the Tropic of Cancer, located at 23.5 degrees north latitude. emperatures remain above 64 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. Temperatures, during the day, can exceed 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
Tropical
The 3 main types of climate zones are identified by a.average temperatures, average rainfall, and latitudes b. one day's temperature, one day's rainfall and topography c.type of animals living there d.types of plants living there
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The 3 main types of climate zones are identified by a.average temperatures, average rainfall, and latitudes b. one day's temperature, one day's rainfall and topography c.type of animals living there d.types of plants living there
a.average temperatures, average rainfall, and latitudes
The ozone layer protects us from harmful ______ rays that come from the sun.
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The ozone layer protects us from harmful ______ rays that come from the sun.
UV
What is the greenhouse effect?
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What is the greenhouse effect?
UV rays come into the atmosphere and get trapped by gases in the atmosphere. It heats up the planet like a greenhouse or a blanket. Without this our planet would not be warm enough for life.
The ozone hole refers to an area on Earth where the ozone layer is thinner than other places. Where is the ozone hole the greatest on Earth?
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The ozone hole refers to an area on Earth where the ozone layer is thinner than other places. Where is the ozone hole the greatest on Earth?
The North and South Poles
What is one reason why the North and South Pole ice sheets have started melting at rapid rates?
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What is one reason why the North and South Pole ice sheets have started melting at rapid rates?
Since the ozone layer is thinner in these areas, more UV heat is let into our Atmosphere and our overall temperatures rise.
What layer of the atmosphere is the Ozone Layer found? a.troposphere b.stratosphere c.thermosphere d.mesosphere
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What layer of the atmosphere is the Ozone Layer found? a.troposphere b.stratosphere c.thermosphere d.mesosphere
b. The stratosphere...the 2nd layer from Earth's surface
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What is the main difference between climate and weather?
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What is the main difference between climate and weather?
Weather are the conditions of the atmosphere in a short amount of time while Climate are the conditions in the atmosphere over long-periods of time in a specific area.




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