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  1. What is the composition of the air that we breathe? ES 2a ES 2a

  2. What are the gas molecules in our air?

  3. What are the gas molecules in our air?

  4. What gas is the main component of our atmosphere?

  5. What is the correct order of the layers of our atmosphere? ES 2a

  6. In what layer of the atmosphere does weather develop? ES 2a

  7. s Birds Tornados Humans Airplanes Thunderstorms Mountains Hurricanes

  8. In which layer of the atmosphere do you live?

  9. In which layer of the Atmosphere do storms occur?

  10. What layer of the atmosphere does ozone filter out UV light from the sun? ES 2a

  11. Ozone?! What’s that? p. 441 Chimpanzee Book p. 53 Small Text book

  12. Ozone?! What’s that? p. 441 Chimpanzee Book p. 53 Small Text book How does it affect me? What is it? Where is it? Is it dangerous? Is it helpful? Why is it important?

  13. Where is “Good Ozone” and Why is it “Good”?

  14. How does temperature change as you increase in altitude?

  15. What does space “feel” like?

  16. What does space “feel” like?

  17. How does Pressure affect Temperature?

  18. How does Pressure affect Temperature? Before After

  19. How would YOU measure How Temperature changes with Altitude? Balloon Thermometer Altimeter

  20. How would YOU measure How Temperature changes with Altitude?

  21. How does Temperature change as you travel upwards and Why?

  22. What is the difference between climate and weather? ES 2a

  23. Weather vs. Climate Hurricane season Cloudiness Humidity Warm summers Hurricane Flash flood Average precipitation Freezing rain Snow Rainy season Tornado High winds Periodic drought Atmospheric pressure Thunderstorm Average Temperature

  24. Weather vs. Climate temperature, humidity, precipitation, cloudiness, brightness, visibility, wind, and atmospheric pressure, as in high and low pressure, sunshine, rain, cloud cover, winds, hail, snow, sleet, freezing rain, flooding, blizzards, ice storms, thunderstorms, steady rains from a cold front or warm front, excessive heat, heat waves, fog, flash floods, hurricanes, tornados, high winds Examples of Weather Examples of Climate Warm Summer Hurricane season Average precipitation Arid summers Periodic drought

  25. Weather vs. Climate Define • Weather – • Climate – Daily conditions (precipitation, temperature, pressure, etc…) The average weather conditions over 30+ years.

  26. Describe the difference between climate and weather, and provide an example of each.

  27. What are the different types of weather patterns found on earth? ES 2a

  28. Wind Patterns • What is Wind? • What causes wind?

  29. What is the difference between Sea Breeze & Land Breeze?

  30. What is the difference between Sea Breeze & Land Breeze?

  31. What is the difference between Sea Breeze & Land Breeze?

  32. What is the difference between Sea Breeze & Land Breeze?

  33. Global Wind Patterns

  34. Global Wind Patterns

  35. Describe one of Earth’s weather patterns.

  36. If you were standing just North of the equator, what direction would the winds be blowing? ES 2a

  37. How does a hurricane form? ES 2a

  38. Hurricanes Watch the short video… www.metoffice.gov.uk • What’s the difference between a hurricane, cyclone, typhoon? • How hot does the water need to be in order for a hurricane to start? • What are the two main ingredients to make a hurricane? • Relative to the equator, where do they always start? • What else does a hurricane need to form? • What does the inside of the storm look like? • How are hurricanes related to tropical storms and depressions? • What is a storm surge? And why is it so dangerous? 

  39. What weather conditions form the perfect hurricane?

  40. What patterns can you identify?

  41. How does the Greenhouse Effect affect “Global warming”?