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Where did tornadoes occur between Jan 1,1950 to Dec. 31,1959? May 25, 1955 Udall Kansas
Most tornadoes occur in the Central Plains (Northern Texas, Oaklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska) between Jan. 1,1950 to Dec. 31,1959?
What is the F-Class size distribution of all tornadoes from Jan. 1,1950 to Dec. 31,1959?
Most tornadoes were smaller F0-F1 There were a significant number of strong tornadoes F2 Much fewer Tornadoes of Fujita Class F3 And very few violent tornadoes F4 and F5
How have the number of reported large hail events (hail 2 inches or greater) change from the decades of the 1950s, 1960s, 1 970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s ?
They have generally increased. Discuss / Explain……………
A Tornado Is... A powerful, circular windstorm that may be accompanied by winds in excess of 250 miles per hour.
~adapted from Walch Education Correlation does not imply causation. If a change in one event is responsible for a change in another event, the two events.
Students in a Grade 7 class measured their pulse rates. Here are their results in beats per minute. 97, 69, 83, 66, 78, 8, 55, 82, 47, 52, 67, 76, 84,
1 2 Twisters Funnel cloud Waterspout Tornado Nicknames.
1 By: Michelle Burchanowski 2 Twisters Funnel cloud Waterspout Tornado Nicknames.
WEATHER PHENOMENA SOL WG.2A. SNAPSHOT? 1)List some different kinds of weather… 1)How does weather impact people? 1)What affect does a drought have on.
Weather Maps & Fronts Refers to the state of the atmosphere at a specific time and place. Influenced by pressure systems (high and low) and fronts. Describes.
IGES Executive Roundtable on Climate April 25, 2012.
Tornadoes in the United States By: Katie Harris. Tornadoes are one of nature's most violent storms. In an average year, about 1,000 tornadoes are reported.
MATH IN THE FORM OF STATISTICS IS VERY COMMON IN AP BIOLOGY YOU WILL NEED TO BE ABLE TO CALCULATE USING THE FORMULA OR INTERPRET THE MEANING OF THE RESULTS.
Tornadoes. What is a tornado? A violent rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. Some tornadoes are capable of horrible destruction.
Tornadoes. What is a Tornado? A tornado is a violent rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. A tornado is a violent rotating.
TORNADOES!! Although tornadoes occur in many parts of the world, these destructive forces of nature are found most frequently in the United States east.
Objectives Explain why some thunderstorms are more severe than others. Recognize the dangers of severe weather, including lightning, hail, and high winds.
Distribution of Sample Means 2011, 10, 20. Today ’ s Topics What is distribution of sample means?** Properties of distribution of sample means* How to.
Assignment 5. Consumer debt has soared 39% in the last five years and is now $1.3 trillion. What was consumer debt five years ago?
What is a homologous chromosome? Objectives What is a karyotype? What are homologous chromosomes? Differentiate between autosomes and sex chromosomes.
Severe Weather Tornado Siren Video
1 Measures of Central Tendency Greg C Elvers, Ph.D.
Mean: The AVERAGE values of a set of numbers. The mean is found by ADDING all of the values, then DIVIDING by the number of values in the set of data.
+ WELCOME! TISP: Uruguay 10 May Results from Day 1: Sort it Out Ship the Chip TISP: Uruguay 10 May 2009.
Lab Report Conclusion. Grading *Restate your hypothesis. (3 points) Do you accept or reject your hypothesis (3 points), and why using evidence. Describe.
1 Sample Slide with Image 1) Describe what you see in this picture. Note details and examine closely. 2) Where and when do you think this picture was taken?
The measure of the force of gravity pulling on an object.
CPT – CRQ Practice. What do you see? First: underline, circle, and brainstorm 1. Define the following terms and how they apply to central place theory:
Emily N. Siena A.. The problem is that, we would like to know how tornadoes form and why they form. Also we would like to know what we can do to protect.
Tornadoes - What and Why? Aim of this lesson: To gain knowledge of what tornadoes are and where they occur To practice the skills necessary to interpret.
What is a tornado A tornado is a funnel cloud that spins from a thunder storm. When the funnel cloud reaches the ground it is called a tornado. A funnel.
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