Question Answer A-100 ANSWER: On most days a warm air mass sits over the Florida coast. This can be said to be true of this air mass. QUESTION: What is its moisture is the same throughout the air mass?
Question Answer A-200 ANSWER: The role of plants in the water cycle. QUESTION: How plant release water vapor into the air by TRANSPIRATION?
Question Answer A-300 ANSWER: The wind in the picture below moves from a body of water up and over the mountain. This area will get the most vegetation growing. QUESTION: What is area S?
Question Answer A-400 ANSWER: The measure of the maximum distance at which large objects can be identified with the unaided eye. QUESTION: What is the VISIBILITY?
Question Answer A-500 Draw a water cycle diagram showing 3 processes moving water from the ocean, atmosphere and land. ANSWER:
Question Answer Answer:. This is what scientists call the measurement of the force with which air molecules push on a surface. Question: What is AIR PRESSURE? B-100
Question Answer B-200 ANSWER: A pressure system of rising air in which clouds and thunderstorms form easily if there is moisture. QUESTION: What is a low pressure system?
Question Answer B-300 ANSWER:ANSWER: Explain what kind of weather a high pressure system will cause. QUESTION:What is clear skies because the sinking air makes it difficult for clouds to form?
Question Answer B-400 ANSWER: A system of pressure that forms along the boundaries of air masses. QUESTION: What is Low Pressure?
Question Answer B-500 ANSWER: Low pressure areas are where air masses come together and rise. A rising air masss temperature changes in this way. QUESTION: What is getting cooler?
Question Answer C-100 ANSWER: The interaction between air, water and the ______ cause weather. QUESTION: What is the SUN?
Question Answer C-200 ANSWER: The name of violently rotating columns of air stretching from a cloud to the ground. QUESTION: What are tornadoes?
Question Answer C-300 ANSWER:The climate zones that Florida is located in. QUESTION:What is the tropical and temperate zones?
Question Answer C-400 ANSWER:Topography of an area can affect climate. Give an example of something that would be part of the topography of an area. QUESTION: What are mountains?
Question Answer C-500 ANSWER: Explain how clouds form. QUESTION: Warm moist air rises Air expands Air cools Water vapor condenses on particle such as: –Dust –Smoke –Pollution –Salt
Question Answer D-100 ANSWER: The boundary between a cold and warm air mass. QUESTION: What is a front?
Question Answer D-200 ANSWER: It is what you call a circular depression that forms when rock dissolves or when the roof of an underground cavern collapses. QUESTION: What is a sinkhole?
Question Answer D-300 ANSWER:2 reasons that Florida is vulnerable to hurricanes. QUESTION: What are warm ocean waters and flat topography?
Question Answer D-400 ANSWER: Mr. Schulman hears that there is a chance of flooding in his area due to a storm surge. He lives in a low- lying area and should ____________. QUESTION: What is a evacuate to higher ground?
Question Answer D-500 ANSWER: Three conditions needed to form a Hurricane. QUESTION: –Warm ocean water above 79 degrees F. –Low pressure –Calm upper level winds –Spin of the Earth
Question Answer E-100 ANSWER: Super, Crazy, Gorilla, Elmers QUESTION: What are glues?
Question Answer E-200 ANSWER: A Greek, a Caesar, a Ranch an Island and An Italian. QUESTION: What are salad dressings?
Question Answer E-300 ANSWER: Salsa, Tango, Meringue QUESTION: What are Latin dances?
Question Answer E-400 ANSWER: Yam, Sweet, Spud, Yukon Gold, Idaho Baking QUESTION: What are potatoes?
Question Answer E-500 ANSWER: Scotch, 3M, Duct, Video, Masking QUESTION: What are Tapes?
Question Answer FINAL JEOPARDY Question: Why is it that water can form on grass in the early morning when the air is clear? Answer: Air near the ground cools to the dew point.