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Meteoroids burn up in this layer of the atmosphere.
a) Mesosphere b) Stratosphere c) Troposphere d) Thermosphere
The following words are all types of _____. Doldrums, Polar Easterlies, Prevailing Westerlies
a) forces b) energy c) genes d) winds
Winds are named from the direction where they are coming from. Therefore, the east trade winds come from the ______.
a) north b) south c) east d) west
If the ozone layer disappeared, life on Earth would be exposed to ____ concentrations of UV rays.
a) lower b) higher c) no change d) none of the above
When cool dense air from over the water flows onto land, it's called a ____.
a) land breeze b) polar easterly c) jet stream d) sea breeze
The rising and sinking of different material in a convection current is due to changes in the material's _____.
a) density b) winds c) moisture d) humidity
The _____ is caused by Earth's rotation.
a) Coriolis Effect b) jet stream c) doldrums d) trade winds
The transfer of heat by the flow of a heated material such as water or air is known as ____.
a) radiation b) conduction c) convection d) weather
Ar in the ______ is warmed by heat from the Earth's surface.
a) troposphere b) exosphere c) stratosphere d) thermosphere
_____ is the only substance that exists as a solid, liquid, and gas in the Earth's atmosphere.
a) nitrogen b) ozone c) water d) radiation
When you hang clothes out to dry you are hoping for?
a) evaporation b) condensation c) precipitation d) transpiration
Involves two cold air masses forcing out the warmer air.
a) cold front b) warm front c) occluded front d) stationary front
Warm air advances and takes over the cold air.
a) cold front b) warm front c) occluded front d) stationary front
Cold air moves in and pushes the warm air up.
a) cold front b) warm front c) occluded front d) stationary front
When two air masses meet and do not move.
a) cold front b) warm front c) occluded front d) stationary front
water vapor that is transferred into the atmosphere from plant leaves.
a) the Sun's radiant energy b) evaporation c) transpiration d) condensation
Water vapor cools, changing into droplets of liquid water.
a) the Sun's radiant energy b) evaporation c) transpiration d) condensation
Water that has absorbed heat energy, changing into water vapor.
a) the Sun's radiant energy b) evaporation c) transpiration d) condensation
what powers the water cycle
a) the Sun's radiant energy b) evaporation c) transpiration d) condensation
The heat my lizard feels from the heat lamp above his cage.
a) radiation b) conduction c) convection d)
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