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Atmosphere

Atmosphere

Atmosphere 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen Water Vapor up to 4% by volume leaves atmosphere as dew, rain or snow Density of Air Warm air is less dense than cold air Humid air is less dense than dry air Air Movement Air near sea level is packed by pressure As air rises - expands and cools

By paul
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Temperature Structure of the Atmosphere Chapter 5

Temperature Structure of the Atmosphere Chapter 5

Temperature Structure of the Atmosphere Chapter 5. Greenhouse effect is powered by lapse rate. Has to be cold higher in atm. Have to add in processes not found in layer model Need moist convection. T structure of atm is coupled to T of ground by convection. Warm air rises and carries heat

By daniel_millan
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Introduction: Transfer of Heat

Introduction: Transfer of Heat

Introduction: Transfer of Heat. Heat . A form of energy associated with the motion of atoms or molecules. Transferred from higher temperature objects to objects at a lower temperature. . How Heat Can Be Transferred. Conduction Convection Radiation. Conduction.

By stacia
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Atmosphere

Atmosphere

Atmosphere. Ch – 17 & 18. troposphere (0 - 13 km) most weather is here most water is here 80% of mass of atmosphere is here density decreases with height temperature decreases with height 6.5 C / Km lowest levels warmest due to heating of the ground. Tropopause

By erasto
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The Water Cycle

The Water Cycle

The Water Cycle. To understand the processes involved in the water cycle. What is Evaporation?. It is the process of a liquid heating to form a gas. What is Condensation?. It is the process of a gas cooling to form a liquid.

By byron
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Chapter 1 Fundamentals

Chapter 1 Fundamentals

Chapter 1 Fundamentals. Comfort. HVAC systems are used to provide comfort to its occupants. Comfort – is the condition that occurs when people cannot sense a difference between themselves and the surrounding air. 5 requirement of comfort: Proper temperature Humidity Filtration Circulation

By tahir
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Water and Weather

Water and Weather

Water and Weather. Chapter Six: Weather and Climate. 6.1 Introduction to Weather 6.2 Weather Patterns 6.3 Climates and Biomes. Investigation 6A. Observing the Weather. How can you use weather data to make predictions?. 6.1 Introduction to Weather.

By solada
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By elda
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Watch the Clouds!

Watch the Clouds!

Watch the Clouds!. By Renee Milano. What is a Cloud?.

By aya
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Explanation Text

Explanation Text

Explanation Text. Standar Kompetensi . Memahami makna dalam wacana tertulis secara formal maupun informal dalam bentuk teks explanation dalam kehidupan sehari-hari . Indikator .

By hovan
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15.4 air movement

15.4 air movement

15.4 air movement. The Water Cycle Continues. Learning Targets. List the properties of the air currents within a convection cell Describe how high and low pressure cells create local winds and explain how several types of local winds form

By ulema
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Hurricanes!

Hurricanes!

Hurricanes!. Geophysical Science. Hurricanes!. Definition: large revolving storm with violent , destructive winds, heavy rains, and high waves and tides. The Birth of a Hurricane. Warm , moist air is forced up

By ave
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FRONTS phschool / atschool / phsciexp / active_art / weather_fronts /

FRONTS phschool / atschool / phsciexp / active_art / weather_fronts /

FRONTS http:// www.phschool.com / atschool / phsciexp / active_art / weather_fronts /. The movement of air masses is determined by the prevailing winds and upper air currents This causes most local weather condition changes Reminder: Low pressure system = Lousy weather

By irving
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Process Lapse Rates

Process Lapse Rates

Changes in Rising and Sinking Air: Adiabatic Processes. Process Lapse Rates

By klaus
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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. Weather, Climate, and Biomes. Driving Question. What’s the difference between weather and climate?.

By gaston
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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Climate and Terrestrial Biodiversity. Chapter Overview Questions. What factors the earth’s climate? How does climate determine where the earth’s major biome’s are found? What are the major types of desert biomes? What are the major types of grassland biomes?.

By aliza
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Weather

Weather

Weather. What is the connection between the water cycle and tornadoes, floods, droughts, and hurricanes?. States of Water. Water is known to exist in three different states; as a solid, liquid or gas.

By eara
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Mountain Effect

Mountain Effect

507.8.2- How Mountains affect Climate. Mountain Effect. Agenda: None- Happy Valentine’s Day! Bellwork: What do you notice about the graph below? Where does the most precipitation occur? The least? Why do you think this is so?. What is climate?. 1. Mountains.

By kyoko
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Winds and currents

Winds and currents

Winds and currents. Jack Scanlon Ms. Leza. How winds are produced. Currents are driven by winds As air heats it rises and as air cools it falls down These factors cause too types of wind: surface winds and upper winds aka jet stream. Wind Patterns.

By holly
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Pollution

Pollution

Pollution. Pollution. Any substance (matter or energy) that is added to the biosphere by humans at a rate greater than what can be rendered harmless by the environment. Anything that can cause harm to the environment by human activity. Two main types of Pollutions:

By iria
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