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Dust particles and gases in the atmosphere reflect light in all directions in a process called
a) radiation b) scattering c) electromagnetic waves d) thermal energy
The average amount of energy of motion of each particle of a substance is called
a) temperature b) scattering c) convection d) greenhouse effect
The total energy of motion in the particles of a substance is
a) temperature b) scattering c) thermal energy d) convection
The transfer of heat by the movement of a fluid is
a) convection b) conduction c) radiation d) scattering
The direct transfer of heat from one substance to another substance that it is touching is
a) convection b) conduction c) radiation d) scattering
The direct transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves traveiling through a space is
a) convection b) conduction c) radiation d) scattering
Wind speed is measured using an instrument called
a) a wind vane b) a thermometer c) a barometer d) an anemometer
The increased cooling a wind can cause when it removes body heat is referred to as
a) wind speed b) air pressure c) the wind chill factor d) a tornado
The winds that blow over short distances are called
a) global winds b) local winds c) Coriolis Effect d) sea breezes
The way Earth's rotation makes winds curve is called
a) Sea breezes b) Land breezes c) Global Winds d) The Coriolis Effect
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