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Avtor: Tomaž Horvat, 1.bTomaž Horvat Mentor vsebine: prof. Peter Cigrovski Mentor oblike: prof. Mirko Pešec Maj 2011 II. gimnazija Maribor
Introduction Weather Weather phenomena Clouds Wind Rain Snow Hail Lightning Climate change Causes Human Plate tectonics Ocean variability Solar output Orbital changes Volcanism Conclusion Literature Pictures 2/16
Learn more about weather Learn more about climate change 3/16 Index
Current state Day-to-day 4/16 Index
Clouds Wind Rain Snow Hail Lightning Video 5/16 Index
Mass of water Condensation nuclei 6/16 Index Slika 1 - clouds
Flow of air Air pressure Constant winds 7/16 Index Slika 2 - wind blowing Slika 3 – weather vane
Condensed water 8/16 Index Slika 4 - raindrops
Frozen raindrops 9/16 Index Slika 5 - snow
Refreezing rain 10/16 Index Slika 6 - hail damage
Electric charge 11/16 Index Slika 7 - Lightning
Over longer periods of time Different areas 12/16 Index
Humans Plate tectonics Ocean variability Solar output Orbital variations volcanism 13/16 Index Slika 8 – graph of carbon dioxide levels
Enables life Preserve Earth Future generations 14/16 Index Slika 9 – our planet
levels.htm levels.htm 15/16 Index
Slika 1, Slika 1 Slika 2, Slika 2 Slika 3, Slika 3 Slika 4, Slika 4 Slika 5, Slika 5 Slika 6, Slika 6 Slika 7, Slika 7 Slika 8, Slika 8 Slika 9, Slika 9 16/16 Index
Climate & Weather What is weather? The current state of atmosphere including: temperature precipitation humidity wind cloud and sky conditions What are.
What is Climate?. Climate is the name for the general conditions of temperature and precipitation for an area over a long period of time. Climate is the.
Weather Unit E in our textbooks Video Intro 15:00.
What is weather? Weather consists of the conditions of the atmosphere at a particular time and place.
WEATHER AND WATER. EVAPORATION The process in which liquid water becomes water vapor.
Chapter 7 Test Prep Game. 1)What device measures wind speed? a) Thermometer b) Anemometer c) Barometer d) Psychrometer.
CHAPTER 22.3 Weather and Climate. Objectives 1. Explain how fronts affect weather 2. Explain how climate is different than weather Key Terms: Air mass,
Using Weather Data Earth Science Unit II What Is AIR? Air is a mixture of colorless, odorless gases that surrounds the Earth. Air is a mixture of colorless,
Forecasting Weather works0.htm.
Chapter 17 The Atmosphere: Structure and Temperature.
Atmosphere and Weather AP Environmental Science
Atmosphere and Weather AP Environmental Science Mark Ewoldsen, Ph.D. Dr. E
K-12 AZ Science Education Standards K-5Middle SchoolHigh School Concepts: Describe the composition and interactions between the structure of the Earth.
ATMOSPHERE in MOTION The Atmosphere The Atmosphere Earths Weather Earths Weather Heat Transfer Heat Transfer.
Warm ups Week starting Warm up Decide if each statement is true. If not, CORRECT it. 1. The sky seems to turn because Earth stays still.
Weather... You cant see me, but you feel me, you cant touch me, but I can touch you. I have been called the Breathe of the Gods, or the killer and giver.
Weathe r. What is weather? Weather is defined as the conditions of the atmosphere at a particular time and place. What is the atmosphere? – The mixture.
Earth Science Unit Overview: Chapter 4 – Earths Water Lesson 1 – Earth: The Blue Planet Lesson 2 – The Water Cycle Lesson 3 – Fresh Water Resources Lesson.
Unit 4 Weather and Climate Big Idea: Air pressure, temperature, air movement, and humidity in the atmosphere affect both weather and climate.
Bell-Ringer…AIR Get an index card from the lab bench at the front of the room. Put your name at the top of the card. Then write down as many qualities.
Geosphere mostly solid, rocky part of Earth from center of the earths core to the surface of the crust Chapter 3.
1 Climate Change some astrophysical perspectives.
Earth’s Weather Patterns Chapter 10. Prior Knowledge What is weather? What makes up the Atmosphere? How can you track severe storms?
Unit C Weather and the Solar System. What is the atmosphere? a.Water vapor in the air around Earth b.The oxygen in the air around Earth c.The clouds in.
Science Science Science Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Technology Technology Technology Language Arts Language Arts Language.
1 The Global Climate Perspective Key learning outcomes 1.To understand key components of the greenhouse effect 2.To understand the influence of humans.
Chapter #6 Weather. What is the atmosphere? a.Water vapor in the air around Earth b.The oxygen in the air around Earth c.The clouds in the air around.
QPA Review for 3 rd 9 Weeks. Ch.10 Fresh Water 1. What percent of Earth’s water is salty? What percent is fresh?
What is the composition of the air that we breathe? ES 2a.
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