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Earth-Sun Relationships (How does one affect the other?)Weather and Climate Photo credits: Earth: Stöckli, R. (Photographer). (2000). Earth from space. [Web Photo]. Retrieved from Clipart: Microsoft. (Designer). (2010). Clip art [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from Sun: Courtesy of NASA/SDO and the AIA, EVE, and HMI science teams. ©2012, TESCCC
Weather vs. Climate Weather ClimateConditions of the atmosphere in one place during a limited time. Climate Weather patterns that an area typically experiences over a long period of time. Picture credit: Climate map: Climate zones of the world. (2009). [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from ©2012, TESCCC
Earth’s Tilt Tilt: the angle of incline of the Earth’s axis affects the temperature of a place. Revolution: the Earth’s trip around the sun (one year) Rotation: the Earth completely rotates on its axis every 24 hours. (alternating between night and day) NASA. (Designer). Seasons [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from ©2012, TESCCC
Earth’s Tilt Equinox: when the Sun’s rays fall directly on the equator, day and night time hours are almost equal (Spring and Fall) Solstice: One of two days (June 21 and December 22) on which the Sun’s rays strike directly on the Tropic of Cancer or the Tropic of Capricorn, marking the beginning of summer and winter. Direct rays: When a hemisphere is tilted toward the sun, the direct rays of the sun or angle of incidence is higher and it is summer in that hemisphere. Indirect rays: When a hemisphere is tilted away from the sun, the direct rays of the sun or angle of incidence is lower and it is winter in that hemisphere. NASA. (Designer). Seasons [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from ©2012, TESCCC
5 Major Circles of LatitudePhoto credit: Idzkiewicz, P. (Artist). (2005). Earth lighting summer solstice. [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from ©2012, TESCCC
Earth’s position in the solar systemNASA. (Designer). (2011). Solar System size to scale [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from ©2012, TESCCC
Climate and Weather.
Reasons for the Seasons
Standard and Essential Question
Earth – Sun Relationships
The Reason for the Seasons
Section 1 Earth-Sun Relationships
Warm-up 9/2- What are two conclusions you can make based on the map below?
PHYSICAL AND HUMAN FACTORS THAT MAKE UP A REGION
December March June September
The Sun, Seasons and Weather
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
HW: Factors Affecting Climate Divide your paper into 4* squares. Label them the following (4 front, 4 back): 1.Low Latitudes5. Wind Patterns 2.High Latitudes6.
Earth-Sun Relationship. 00 0 latitude – Equator 0 longitude – Prime Meridian (has no affect on climate)
Climate of the Earth. * How does the Sun affect the earth?
Earth-Moon-Sun Cycles. Cycle # 1 Day and Night Day Night Day Night.
Seasons By: Brittany D. Alexander. Rotation Earth spins around an imaginary line called the: Axis of Rotation The Earth’s axis is tilted Spinning counterclockwise.
Seasons Diagram and Questions.
Earth-Sun Relationships. Key Concepts Insolation: The solar radiation incident on a unit horizontal surface at the top of the atmosphere. Essentially,
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