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TICKET TIME TEST REVIEW 1
1 How are breezes named? FROM WHERE THEY FORMED
1 Does land or water heat up more quickly? LAND
1 What type of air pressure is associated with stormy weather? Low Pressure
2 Why is the equator warmer than polar regions? It receives direct sunlight
2 What type of water is located in the California Current? Cold
2 How does the California current affect the United States? Cools the west coast
1 Where do hurricanes form? Over warm ocean waters
2 What forms most waves in the ocean? Prevailing winds
1 What current brings warm water along the east coast of the United States? Gulf Stream
2 Why does warm air rise? Warm air is less dense
1 What type of energy transfer occurs when Earth receives the light from the sun? Radiation
1 What type of energy transfer occurs when currents are formed as warm air rises and cooler air sinks? Convection
1 What type of energy transfer occurs with direct contact? CONDUCTION
2 Why does a warm ocean current remain warm even until it reaches northern regions? Water holds heat for a long time (water has a high specific heat)
2 What process causes the movement of air and water on Earth? Convection
1 What causes the Coriolis Effect? Rotation of Earth
1 Why are warm air masses less dense? THE AIR PARTICLES ARE MORE SPREAD APART
1 What type of breeze blows from land to sea? LAND BREEZE
3 What is the name of the air current that brings cold air from the Arctic into the United States? Jet Stream
1 What type of breezes moves from sea to land during the day? SEA BREEZE
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