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Weather

Weather

Weather. Air Masses and Fronts. Air Masses. Function of location (arctic – A, polar – P, tropical – T) and surface type (continental – c and maritime – m). Fig. 15.5. What do you notice about the pressure at the north pole? What about at ~ 30 o N and 60 o N?

By lynde
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How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation. How to Use This Presentation. • To View the presentation as a slideshow with effects select “View” on the menu bar and click on “Slide Show” , or simply press F5 on the top row of your keyboard.

By symona
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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.

By schuyler
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FRONTS

FRONTS

FRONTS. FRONT. Where air masses meet and do not mix. 4 Types of weather fronts:. Cold Front. Warm Front. Stationary Front. Occluded Front. Cold Front. When a fast moving cold air mass runs into a slow moving warm air mass and the thicker cold air slides under the lighter warmer air.

By aretha
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Weather, Winds, and Fronts

Weather, Winds, and Fronts

Weather, Winds, and Fronts. Air masses, Jet streams, Humidity and Dew Points. Wind Formation. Wind is movement of air from high to low pressure These differences in pressure are caused by the Earth’s tilt, orbit, and orientation to sun.

By betrys
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Weather Study Guide

Weather Study Guide

Weather Study Guide. Draw windward and leeward. Which side of mountain gets most of rain and which side is desert?. Leeward. Windward. Draw and label the front symbols. What type of weather is associated with each front?. Cold front- cooler weather, thunderstorms

By pravat
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Chapter 20

Chapter 20

Chapter 20. Weather. Section 20.1. Meteorology- study of weather. Air mass: - large body of air, in the lower troposphere. -May be several kilometers in diameter and height -has similar temperature and humidity through out the air mass.

By gaille
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Chapter 9: Weather Patterns and Climate

Chapter 9: Weather Patterns and Climate

Chapter 9: Weather Patterns and Climate. Aim: How do air masses affect weather?. Air Masses. An air mass is a large region of the atmosphere where the air has similar properties throughout Gets its properties from the region it is from Are named for the region they come from

By yagil
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Mon. 5/6 or Tues. 5/7

Mon. 5/6 or Tues. 5/7

Mon. 5/6 or Tues. 5/7. Test and INB check today. Why does the earth need an atmosphere? To protect the earth from solar winds To protect the earth from the sun’s radiation To protect the earth from the sun’s magnetic fields All of the above. Title Page: pg.95. Chapter 24 Weather Title

By hart
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Composition of the Atmosphere

Composition of the Atmosphere

Composition of the Atmosphere. The atmosphere mostly consists of nitrogen (78 %), oxygen (21 %), and argon . 99% composed of Nitrogen and Oxygen. Remaining 1% made up of small amounts of other gases. Structure of the Atmosphere. Atmosphere composed of several layers.

By caspar
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High and Low Pressure Systems Weather Systems Unit

High and Low Pressure Systems Weather Systems Unit

High and Low Pressure Systems Weather Systems Unit. Regents Earth Science. By the end of this class, you will be able to: *Compare and contrast high and low pressure systems *Identify areas of high and low pressure on a weather map. DO NOW: What’s in a letter?

By gale
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Geog 166: weather systems

Geog 166: weather systems

Geog 166: weather systems. Prof. Leila M. V. Carvalho. objectives. The weather analysis will be focused first on the formation and evolution of extratropical cyclones We will discuss a case-study that caused strong winds and heavy precipitation to parts of the central United States

By briar
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COLD FRONT SYMBOL

COLD FRONT SYMBOL

COLD FRONT SYMBOL. COLD FRONT. WARM FRONT SYMBOL. WARM FRONT. OCCLUDED FRONT SYMBOL. OCCLUDED FRONT. LOW PRESSURE AREA. HIGH PRESSURE AREA.

By senwe
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Air Masses and Fronts

Air Masses and Fronts

Air Masses and Fronts. Air Mass. A large body of air in which there are similar horizontal temperature and moisture properties. Properties are largely acquired from the underlying surface. Air Mass. Air mass over cold ground Cold and dry Air mass over water More moist

By taji
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Atmospheric Forces

Atmospheric Forces

Atmospheric Forces. AOS 101 Discussion Sections 302 and 303. Why Does the Wind Blow?. What makes the wind blow? We need to think about Newton's Laws 1 st Law An object at rest will remain at rest; an object in motion will remain in motion as long as no force is exerted on the object.

By fiorello-lappin
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Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE

Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE

Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE. Tarbuck Lutgens. . Chapter 20. Weather Patterns and Severe Storms. Formation of Fronts. 20.2 Fronts.  When two air masses meet, they form a front , which is a boundary that separates two air masses. Types of Fronts. 20.2 Fronts.  Warm Fronts.

By sage-richard
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Weather

Weather

Weather. Your Name. What is Weather?. Insolation. Atmosphere. Layers of the Atmosphere. Composition of Air. Air Pressure. Types of Barometers. Water Vapor. Humidity. Evaporation. Condensation. Relative Humidity. How Clouds Form. Nephelococcygia. Stratus Clouds. Cumulus Clouds.

By warren-lucas
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Friday May 27, 2011

Friday May 27, 2011

Friday May 27, 2011. (Review for Semester Final Exam – Day 5). The Launch Pad Friday, 5/27/11. No Launch Pad Today. Announcements. Please check your yearly average in this class. If you are below 70 for the year, please come and see me ASAP! There are only two more grades remaining!.

By aspen-terrell
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Weather

Weather

Weather. Weather vs Climate. Fronts. Weather fronts are where air masses meet. Fronts. Air masses. Cold Front. Warm front. Occluded Front. Stationary front.

By jmcdowell
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Weather Systems

Weather Systems

Weather Systems. Circulation Cells. Insolation is greatest at the equator, humidity is high, the airmass is unstable. The cold air at the poles is more dense, so there is a pressure gradient of about 1 in 8,000 toward the poles.

By dhartley
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