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ATSC 2000 Final Part I: slide-based questions
1. The rise in atmospheric CO 2 concentrations results mainly from ….
2 & 4. Global warming is most prominent at ____ latitudes and most prominent over ____. departure of the annual mean temperature from the long-term average (1951 -2000)
5. What kind of cloud is this?
6. What kind of cloud is this?
know your states
7-11. upper-level flow map
12-20. surface chart sea level pressure (blue lines), 1000-500 mb thickness (yellow lines), and precip (color fill)
Feedback effects When the Earth warms up, a large number of changes take place in the atmosphere, the oceans, and the land surface. Some of these changes.
Class #5: Air pressure and winds Chapter 8 1Class #5 Tuesday, July 13, 2010.
Chapter 13 The Atmosphere in Motion
Warm-up Wednesday, February 13 Based on the weather outside, answer the questions: 1.What type of pressure system is it? (Low or High) 2.Is it a cold or.
Global Warming Continued Some final clarifying thoughts.
Impacts of Climate Change on Physical Systems PPT
Wind Currents Air Pressure. The uneven heating of Earth’s Surface cause differences in air pressure. The force exerted by the air is called air pressure.
Introduction to Meteorology - ATSC 2000 Seasons Controls on local temperature –Latitude –Altitude –Oceans vs continents –Humidity.
Protecting our Health from Climate Change: a Training Course for Public Health Professionals Chapter 2: Weather, Climate, Climate Variability, and Climate.
The current causes of climate change: the human causes.
A Generalized Approach to Precip Type Forecasting.
Radar Weather Balloon temperature winds air pressure humidity precipitation.
Calculating the amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide absorbed by the oceans Helen Kettle & Chris Merchant School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh,
What is the Difference Between Weather and Climate?
Properties of Seawater. What do you see? The Blue Planet.
Wind and Ocean Currents Global winds Ocean Currents Local winds.
The Greenhouse Effect. What controls climate? Energy from the Sun – Radiation! Consider the 4 inner planets of the solar system: SUN 342 W m W.
Questions for Today: What is Weather and Climate? What are four major factors that determine Global Air Circulation? How do Ocean Currents affect.
2/28 L.T. I can explain how air pressure changes the weather. DO NOW: What are 3 things that effect weather? HW: Pressure section 2 in workbooks (Follow.
Are You Another Einstein? Take 5 minutes to answer this question in your notebook…
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