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WEATHER – ATMOSPHERE REVIEW
HOW DOES THE TEMPERATURE CHANGE FROM THE BOTTOM TO THE TOP OF THE TROPOSPHERE?
WHAT SIGNIFICANT EVENT OCCURS IN THE TROPOSPHERE?
HOW DOES THE TEMPERATURE CHANGE FROM THE BOTTOM TO THE TOP OF THE STRATOSPHERE?
WHAT SIGNIFICANT EVENT OCCURS IN THE STRATOSPHERE?
OZONE ABSORBS SHORT WAVELENGTH UV RADIATION
HOW DOES TEMPERATURE CHANGE FROM THE BOTTOM TO THE TOP OF THE MESOSPHERE?
WHAT SIGNIFICANT EVENT OCCURS IN THE MESOSPHERE?
SMALL METEORS BURN UP
WHY DOES THE WEATHER END AT THE TOP OF THE TROPOSPHERE?
THERE IS NO MORE WATER IN THE ATMOSPHERE.
HOW DOES AIR PRESSURE CHANGE WITH ALTITUDE?
AS THE TEMPERATURE DECREASES, CAN THE AIR HOLD MORE OR LESS WATER?
WOULD SWEATING BE MORE EFFECTIVE AT 50% RELATIVE HUMIDITY OR 80% RELATIVE HUMIDITY?
50% RELATIVE HUMIDITY – THERE IS LESS WATER IN THE AIR
WHAT DRIVES WEATHER?
UNEVEN HEATING OF THE EARTH BY THE SUN.
IN ORDER FOR CLOUDS TO FORM, WHAT DO YOU NEED IN THE AIR BESIDES MOISTURE?
CONDENSATION NUCLEI – SOMETHING FOR THE WATER TO CONDENSE ONTO
HOW ARE CLOUDS CLASSIFIED?
BY ALTITUDE – VERTICAL DEVELOPMENT
WHAT ARE THREE WAYS HEAT CAN BE TRANSFERRED?
CONDUCTION CONVECTION RADIATION
WHICH WAY DOES THE WIND BLOW AT THE EQUATOR? WHY?
UP – THE EQUATOR RECEIVES MORE HEAT THAT ANY OTHER PART OF THE EARTH
WHAT IS THE THERMOALINE CONVEYOR (ALSO KNOWN AS THE GLOBAL CONVEYOR?
THE MAJOR OCEAN CURRENTS THAT CIRCLE THE EARTH
WHAT ARE THE DOLDRUMS?
THE BAND ALONG THE EQUATOR WHERE THERE IS NO WIND (THE WIND BLOWS UP)
WHICH WAY DOES WEATHER MOVE IN THE U.S.?
FROM WEST TO EAST
WHAT ARE THE HORSE LATTITUDES?
THE BANDS OF NO WIND BETWEEN 20 o AND 30 o LATTITUDE
WHAT ARE THE TRADE WINDS?
THE PREVAILING WINDS THAT BLOW FROM APPROXIMATELY 20 TO 30 DEGREES LATTITUDE TOWARDS THE EQUATOR. IN THE NORTHEN HEMISPHERE, THEY BLOW FROM THE NORTHEAST.
WHAT FUELS A HURRICANE?
WARM, MOIST AIR
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