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Global Warming and CO 2

Global Warming and CO 2

Global Warming and CO 2 Greenhouse Effect How does it work?

By ostinmannual
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The Marine Environment

The Marine Environment

The Marine Environment. How physical and chemical properties of water affect life in the sea. Salinity. Seawater contains a variety of dissolved solids Solutes Salinity is measured: Conductivity of Cl - Refractometer. How Salinity Affects Marine Organisms.

By moya
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62nd Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference CIMSS TC Intensity Satellite Consensus (SATCON)

62nd Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference CIMSS TC Intensity Satellite Consensus (SATCON)

62nd Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference CIMSS TC Intensity Satellite Consensus (SATCON). Derrick Herndon and Chris Velden. ADT. SATCON. CIRA AMSU. CIMSS AMSU. Funding Supported by SPAWAR PEO C4I&Space/PMW 180 and the ONR Marine Meteorology program via NRL. . Motivation.

By alida
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The Sun

The Sun

The Sun. Our Nearest Star. The Source of the Sun’s Energy. Isotopes of hydrogen. Fusion of light elements into heavier elements. Hydrogen converts to helium

By inga
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Air Temperature

Air Temperature

Air Temperature. Temperature : a measure of the average speed at which molecules are moving or vibrating. Air temperature the rate of motion of gas molecules in the atmosphere as a result of the absorption of energy measured by a thermometer. Temperature scales. Celsius

By helmut
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CLASS 16

CLASS 16

CLASS 16. HEAT BUDGET OF THE EARTH Basic budget Latitude variations Surface temperatures SEA ICE. Why is the Earth warm?. Why is Mars Colder? (avg. = - 60˚C). " HEAT BUDGET" . Heat comes in..... Heat goes out. " HEAT BUDGET" Where does incoming solar radiation go?.

By sela
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Authors: Jeff W. Higdon and Steven H. Ferguson Presented by: Jeanette M. Rogers

Authors: Jeff W. Higdon and Steven H. Ferguson Presented by: Jeanette M. Rogers

Loss of Arctic Sea Ice Causing Punctuated Change in Sightings of Killer Whales ( Orcinus Orca ) over the Past Century. Authors: Jeff W. Higdon and Steven H. Ferguson Presented by: Jeanette M. Rogers. Introduction. A. Main Purpose B. Background Information C. Methods Used

By amelia
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Arthropods

Arthropods

Arthropods. Alizeh, Crystal & Carolyn. Arthropods. Belongs to the Animal Kingdom Members of the phylum  Arthropoda. Characteristics. Bilateral symmetry Segmented body Hard exoskeleton Jointed legs Many limbs. Characteristics (Cont’d). Eukaryotic No cell wall

By zelda
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Measuring High- L atitude Precipitation from Space

Measuring High- L atitude Precipitation from Space

Measuring High- L atitude Precipitation from Space. Ralf Bennartz SSEC University of Wisconsin – Madison EES – Vanderbilt University. Outline. What can we do now? Connecting to the surface Greenland mass ba lance Validation Clouds and the surface energy balance Way forward.

By isla
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Saturn

Saturn

Saturn. The Ringed Marvel By Roger Pence Per. 1. Saturn Facts : Distance from Sun: 856 million miles Size compared to Earth: Density: 0.6 g /cubic centimeter (would float in water!) Composition: 97% Hydrogen, 3% Helium Orbital Year: 29.5 years Period of Rotation: 10 hours 39 minutes.

By linore
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. By Leanne. How The Theory was discovered.

By kirra
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Lakes

Lakes

Lakes. By Aaron Grimes. What is a lake? . A lake is a large body of water surrounded on all sides by land. They can be so large that the biggest are called seas. Lakes are inland ands not part of the ocean Majority of lakes are freshwater. What does it look like?. Unique Characteristics.

By neo
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THE ATMOSPHERE

THE ATMOSPHERE

THE ATMOSPHERE. The atmosphere is the gases which surround the earth They have no odour or colour The atmosphere is made up of 78% Nitrogen 21% Oxygen 1% other gases. The Earth’s Atmosphere. The Earth’s Atmosphere. The atmosphere is important because.

By malana
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So, where were we?

So, where were we?

So, where were we?. The risk of getting skin cancer, particularly melanoma, can be reduced by taking precautions in the sun. In this workshop we will focus more on the association between disease and genes.

By neith
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A GCM Reconstruction of the Last Glacial Inception

A GCM Reconstruction of the Last Glacial Inception

A GCM Reconstruction of the Last Glacial Inception. Megan Essig 1 , Francis Otieno 2 , Robert Oglesby 1 , David Bromwich 2 1 Department of Geosciences, University of Nebraska, Lincoln 2 Polar Meteorology Group, Byrd Polar Research Center, Ohio State University

By erno
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GNSS and UWB

GNSS and UWB

GNSS and UWB. Joe Newman Interactive Media Systems Group. Contents. GPS How it works Errors Augmentations GLONASS Galileo UWB. GPS. Constellation of 24 satellites 6 orbital planes at 54.8 o Atomic clock Broadcast on two L-band frequencies Pseudo-random code

By tayten
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Variability in the thermosphere and ionosphere during small geomagnetic disturbances in April 2002

Variability in the thermosphere and ionosphere during small geomagnetic disturbances in April 2002

Variability in the thermosphere and ionosphere during small geomagnetic disturbances in April 2002. L. Goncharenko 1 , J. Salah 1 , A. Coster 1 , W. Rideout 1 , C. Huang 1 , S. Zhang 1 , L. Paxton 2 , Y. Zhang 2 , G. Crowley 3 , B. Reinisch 4 , V. Taran 5

By kueng
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Fat Soluble Vitamins

Fat Soluble Vitamins

Fat Soluble Vitamins. http://barry-b.tripod.com/adhnutl7.html. Fat soluble Vitamins. Molecules that the body cannot make itself Dissolve in fat Must consume in/with fat Needed as take part both in metabloism and to act as hormones. Role of Fat Soluble Vitamins.

By tallys
(205 views)

Chapter 25 Climate

Chapter 25 Climate

Chapter 25 Climate. Chapter 25-1 What is Climate?. What is Climate?. Key Terms Weather- day-to-day conditions of the atmosphere. components of weather; temperature, winds, moisture Climate- average weather conditions of an area over many years. * Temperature

By aradia
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Global climate responses to perturbations in Antarctic Intermediate Water

Global climate responses to perturbations in Antarctic Intermediate Water

Global climate responses to perturbations in Antarctic Intermediate Water. Jennifer Graham Prof K. Heywood, Prof. D. Stevens, Dr Z. Wang (BAS). Antarctic Intermediate Water (AAIW). Dark green = extent of Antarctic Intermediate Water. AAIW in HadCM3.

By irish
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