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The Atmosphere - Environmental Science Melanie Wiscount
Composition –Nitrogen - 78% –Oxygen – 21% –Other - 1% (argon, carbon dioxide, methane,water vapor) –Pie Chart of GasesPie Chart of Gases
Running the Troposphere Bill Nye the Science Guy – Running the Troposphere on www.youtube.com by user hungryhome3r
Materials –Atmospheric dust –Soil and salt –Ash from fires and volcanoes –Particulate matter from combustion, skin, hair, bits of clothing [fibers], pollen, bacteria, viruses, liquid aerosols.
Air Pressure –The atmosphere is pulled to the Earth by gravity –More dense near the surface because of this gravitational pull –Pressure at sea level = 14.5 lbs/sq.in.
Layers of the Atmosphere Troposphere Stratosphere – Ozone layer Mesosphere Thermosphere - Ionosphere Exosphere – transition to space
Atmospheric Temperatures –F = (C x 1.8) + 32 –C = (F – 32) x.55
Energy in the Atmosphere –Radiation –Conduction –Convection
Heating and Movement of Energy Greenhouse Effect Water Vapor Carbon Dioxide Methane Nitrous Oxide Infrared Radiation The Earth’s Atmosphere
Composition of the Atmosphere Composition of the Atmosphere on Discovery Education Streaming
Energy Transfer Atmosphere Global Warming Did you read? Say What? 100
Atmosphere of the Earth Composed ofFunctionsLayers Did you know.
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Atmosphere 7 th Period. The composition of the earth’s atmosphere 78% of the earth’s atmosphere is made up of Nitrogen, which enters 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
6-4.1 Atmospheric layers Compare the composition and structure of Earth’s atmospheric layers (including the gases and differences in temperature and pressure.
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Earth’s Changing Atmosphere. Main Topics Definition and Characteristics of the Atmosphere Changes to the Atmosphere composition Layers of the Atmosphere.
Chapter 3 Section 2.
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Earth’s Atmosphere Why is it so important to life on Earth?
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The Atmosphere “Vapor Globe/Ball”. Composition 78% Nitrogen 21% Oxygen 1% Other (Argon, Carbon Dioxide, Water Vapor, other gases) 78% Nitrogen.
The Dynamic Earth Chapter 3. The Geosphere Geosphere- the solid part of the earth –Rock –Soil –Sediment.
The Atmosphere. Composition Nitrogen Oxygen Other –Argon –Carbon Dioxide –Methane –Water Vapor Atmospheric dust.
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Summarize the structure and composition of the atmosphere.
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