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1 How does relief affect temperature?
2 What is an isotherm?
3 What is albedo?
4 Where is heating more efficient, at the Poles or at the Equator?
5 Which place on the map below would be slightly warmer? 1 2
6 A barometer is used to measure…
7 An air mass that travels from the equator is called…
8 Name the air mass travelling over the U.K.
9 What are the lines on this synoptic chart called?
10 Which type front is show below?
11 Name the type of rainfall shown in the diagram below.
12 Which position on the Earth do the suns rays have to pass through more atmosphere? 1 2
13 What is the density of cold air?
14 This image shows which type of weather system…
15 Which front are we at in a depression?
16 What type of weather system do we have according to the synoptic chart below?
17 What front is shown by the symbols below?
18 What type of weather system have we got?
19 What type of rainfall is shown by the diagram below?
20 Name a problem associated with summer anti-cyclones.
1 How does relief affect temperature? 2 Hurricanes are associated with which type of pressure?
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