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Earth’s Weather and ClimateAnswer the main ideas
Bell work Question Earth’s atmosphere has five layers: troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, and exosphere.
Question 1 Greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide help keep in the sun’s heat, but human activities are increasing these gases, which could lead to global warming, and other problems.
Question 2 Solar radiation fuels our planet’s weather, which is affected by the interaction of temperature, air pressure, and the movement of air by convection currents.
Question 3 Weather is the specific condition of the atmosphere at a particular place and time.
Question 4 Climate refers to average yearly weather patterns.
Question 5 The five climate zones are polar, dry, tropical, subtropical, and continental.
Question 6 Air masses take on the characteristics of the region where they form, and they play an important role in determining what the weather will be like.
Reflection The most important thing I learned about weather and climate from the video is _____________ because _____________
Atmosphere of the Earth Composed ofFunctionsLayers Did you know.
1by DONOS 2 The atmosphere is a *layer of gases surrounding the Earth. Most planets, and even some moons, have got an atmosphere, but it is very different.
Weather & Climate.
ALL WEATHER HAPPENS IN THE TROPOSPHERE THE SUN’S RADIANT ENERGY IS DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR DRIVING THE EARTH’S WEATHER THE SUN’S EFFECT ON THE ATMOSPHERE.
I’m very HOT! Keep out! It’s very cold here! Ha! Ha! I’m not too cold or too hot! It’s OK here! What makes Earth‘s climate so moderate?
EARTH’S ATMOSPHERE Chapter 14.1 Pages
Our Atmosphere The Greenhouse Effect. The Sun The Sun provides the Earth with continuous heat and light.
Section 1: Factors Affecting Climate Section 2: Weather Factors
Layers of the Atmosphere SC SC Layers of the Atmosphere The atmosphere is the layer of gases that surrounds the planet and makes conditions.
Do Now! Compare your work on E55 Graph to this example. E55 AQ 1a. Create a graph of the data you collected. Remember to label your axes, title your graph,
The Atmosphere “Vapor Globe/Ball”. Composition 78% Nitrogen 21% Oxygen 1% Other (Argon, Carbon Dioxide, Water Vapor, other gases) 78% Nitrogen.
Chapter 7: Atmosphere and Climate.
NEXT Characteristics of the Atmosphere Atmospheric Heating Global and Local Winds Air Pollution Random Facts
Good morning! BELL Work (5 min.) Set up today’s pages – Copy these questions under the IN to answer during a video clip: Intro to Greenhouse effectIntro.
The role of climate Ecology unit 3 lecture 1. What is climate? Climate: average, year-round conditions in a region Weather: the day-to-day conditions.
Weather & Climate 4.1.
Objective: To know that climate is often defined by annual temperatures and precipitation amounts.
Earth’s Atmosphere and Climate. The Atmosphere Atmosphere – envelope of air around Earth that allows the support of life. It extends from 0 to 600 km.
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