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It's pretty amazing to think of how the air moves across from an area of high pressure to one of lower pressure.
a) wind b) anemometer c) wind-chill factor d) Coriolis Effect
You mean to tell me you can measure the wind's speed with three to four cups mounted on an axle.
a) wind b) anemometer c) wind-chill factor d) Coriolis Effect
If only the air would blow in my face a little more on this hot sunny day. Then maybe, I would cool off a bit
a) wind b) anemometer c) wind-chill factor d) coriolis effect
This process is to the wind a lot like a skilled pitcher is to a baseball. It sure knows how to make the wind curve.
a) wind b) anemometer c) wind-chill factor d) coriolis effect
Sometimes Earth's atmosphere heats unequally in small area, causing the air to blow only over short distances.
a) local winds b) sea breeze c) land breeze d) global winds
During the day, the wind originates in bodies of water and from there blows only over small areas.
a) local winds b) sea breeze c) land breeze d) global winds
During the night, the wind originates with Earth's ground rather than oceans or lakes.
a) local wind b) sea breeze c) land breeze d) global winds
Sometimes, the unequal heating of Earth's surface results in the air blowing vast and widespread over a large area
a) local wind b) sea breeze c) land breeze d) global wind
Whether found in the atmosphere or within Earth's surface, the amount of H2O on Earth is always the same.
a) water cycle b) evaporation c) relative humidity d) psychrometer
Water is often unseen, especially when it has changed its state of matter from liquid to gas.
a) water cycle b) evaporation c) relative humidity d) psychrometer
Hmmm, looks like the air has reached 78% of the amount of water it can hold while the water is in its gaseous state.
a) water cycle b) evaporation c) relative humidity d) psychrometer
What's up with this tool with two thermometers attached to a sling?
a) water cycle b) evaporation c) relative humidity d) psychrometer
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