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Weather Phenomena

Weather Phenomena

Weather Phenomena. SOL 4.6. Follows along with Interactive Notebook notes. Temperature. Weather Includes:. Precipitation. Wind. Weather Instruments (Tools). Temperature - the measure of the amount of heat energy in the atmosphere Measured using a THERMOMETER.

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Blizzards & Extreme Heat and Cold

Blizzards & Extreme Heat and Cold

Blizzards & Extreme Heat and Cold. Project by: Tania Facchineri, Daniela Amato, Alyssa Faoro, & Brooke Pashley. Submitted to: Mr. Halpin Date: December, 13, 2002. What are blizzards and How do they form?.

By ashanti
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AIR MASSES AND FRONTS

AIR MASSES AND FRONTS

AIR MASSES AND FRONTS. Air Masses. Air masses take on the characteristics of the area where they form. Air mass temperature and moisture are consistent throughout. Warm air forms over tropical regions near the equator. T- Tropical Cold air forms over polar regions. P- Polar

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2 pt

2 pt

Precipitation. Air Masses. Clouds. Instruments. Miscellaneous. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt.

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Blizzards & Extreme Heat and Cold

Blizzards & Extreme Heat and Cold

Blizzards & Extreme Heat and Cold. Project by: Tania Facchineri, Daniela Amato, Alyssa Faoro, & Brooke Pashley. Submitted to: Mr. Halpin Date: December, 13, 2002. What are blizzards and How do they form?.

By leigh
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Chapter 5 Global environmental change

Chapter 5 Global environmental change

Chapter 5 Global environmental change. Professor Liu Jingling School of Environment, Beijing Normal University jingling@bnu.edu.cn. latest new search. There are 1,630,000 items are searched form Google Global environmental change, climate change and human health, 《Science News》

By aricin
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Chapter 20

Chapter 20

Chapter 20. Air Masses and Severe Storms. 20.1 Air Masses and Weather . • An air mass is an immense body of air that is characterized by similar temperatures and amounts of moisture at any given altitude.  Movement of Air Masses.

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2 pt

2 pt

Abbreviation. Air Mass Character. Definitions. Name that Front 1. Name that Front 2. 1pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2pt. 2pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 5pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. mP. What is maritime polar?. cT.

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This is

This is

This is. Jeopardy. Life Science. Jeopardy. What is a cephalopod?. Mollusks for 200. A squid is an example of this group of mollusks. Back to Jeopardy. What are invertebrates?. Mollusks for 400. Mollusks are ___________ (no backbone) with gills and a shell producing organ called a mantle.

By laasya
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Chapter 16 section 2

Chapter 16 section 2

Chapter 16 section 2. Fronts. Cold Fronts. Cold air moves under warm air Moves quickly Brings thunderstorms, heavy rain or snow Cooler dry weather follows. Warm Front. Warm air moves over cold, denser air Gradually replaces cold air Brings drizzly rain Clear, warm weather follows.

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40-70 Day Meridional Propagation of Global Circulation Anomalies ( A Global Convection Circulation Paradigm for the Ann

40-70 Day Meridional Propagation of Global Circulation Anomalies ( A Global Convection Circulation Paradigm for the Ann

40-70 Day Meridional Propagation of Global Circulation Anomalies ( A Global Convection Circulation Paradigm for the Annular Mode) . Ming Cai 1 and R-C Ren 1,2 1 Department of Meteorology Florida State University, USA 2 LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS, Beijing, P. R. China.

By tanaya
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Pressure systems, air masses & fronts

Pressure systems, air masses & fronts

Funding provided by NOAA Sectoral Applications Research Project. Pressure systems, air masses & fronts. Basic Climat ology Oklahoma Climatological Survey. PRESSURE SYSTEMS. Pressure makes the wind blow. Wind is simply air molecules in motion

By dermot
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Ch. 6 Weather and Climate

Ch. 6 Weather and Climate

Ch. 6 Weather and Climate. Mrs. Sealy APES. Weather. The short-term day-to-day changes in temperature, air pressure, humidity, precipitation, sunshine, cloud cover and wind direction and speed. Most weather is predicted using: weather balloons, aircraft, radar, and satellites.

By haven
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Notes: Weather Maps

Notes: Weather Maps

Notes: Weather Maps . How do you read weather symbols? .

By clancy
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EARTH’S ATMOSPHERE

EARTH’S ATMOSPHERE

EARTH’S ATMOSPHERE. Warner Bros. Movie Trailers: Twister. What gases are in our atmosphere?. Nitrogen. Oxygen. Argon. Bottom Graph is only the tiny sliver from top graph!!!!. Carbon Dioxide. Neon. Helium. Methane. Krypton. Hydrogen. Exosphere. Exosphere.

By trevor
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The causes of weather

The causes of weather

Chapter 12.1. The causes of weather. Meteorology. Study of atmospheric phenomena Weather- day to day variations Climate- average weather over a long period of time. How is solar radiation is distributed around the planet? Sun feels hotter in the tropics. Why?

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Enduring Understanding

Enduring Understanding

Enduring Understanding. Energy transfer between the Earth’s surface and the atmosphere creates the weather. The atmosphere remains in balance until acted on by an outside force. Weather. Weather is the current state and short term variations in the state of the atmosphere

By shakti
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Pressure systems, air masses & fronts

Pressure systems, air masses & fronts

Pressure systems, air masses & fronts. Basic Meteorology Oklahoma Climatological Survey. PRESSURE SYSTEMS. Pressure makes the wind blow. Wind is simply air molecules in motion We “see” wind through the force of these molecules on objects, such as leaves

By orenda
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Air Masses and Fronts

Air Masses and Fronts

Air Masses and Fronts. Moving Air. Differences in air pressure are caused by unequal heating of the Earth’s surface with equatorial air receiving more heat and rising (causing low pressure) while the polar regions have sinking cold air (causing high pressure). How Air Moves:.

By vidal
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Weather With You

Weather With You

Weather With You. Research 1.5 4 credits To go with Geostuff Resources. Weather Terms. Complete the mix and match activity. Weather and Climate.

By fonda
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