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Copy of atmosphere and weather
Transcript of Copy of atmosphere and weather
10 km= _____ miles
78 F= ___ C
1km= .62 miles
1. What is the most abundant gas in our atmosphere?
2. Why does it get colder as you go up in elevation if you are getting closer to the sun?
There are four layers of atmosphere, draw a graph on your bellwork, have a unit of measurement for each line.
Thermosphere 80- 600 km
Mesosphere- 50-80 km
Stratosphere- 16-50 km
Troposphere- 0-16 km
Double click anywhere & add an idea
Use radiation, convection
and conduction with this picture
What is the Coriolis Effect?
1. Which atmospheric layer do we live in?
2. Which layer has the Northern or Southern lights?
3. Which layer has the ozone layer?
4. What layer is the densest and why?
5. What two layers of atmosphere are increasing in temperature?
Decaying animals and plants
Higher up = thinner the air
Glue in note sheet. Come up with an acrostic to remember the layers.
Climate: the usual weather conditions in a particular place or region over a long period of time. (years)
Look up a scientist that had to fight diversity
Write down a quote from that person
If you don't have a phone you may work with one other person.
A/B's: cut out your photo and put and glue it inside the map of the US on the window counter.
C/D's: look up a quote about diversity. Write your name and the quote down on a scrap piece of paper.
Have out your Cornell notes over atmospheric pressure and density.
Does not need a liquid, solid or gas to transfer energy to heat.
1. pick up your quiz on counter and glue in.
2. Have out your graph to grade.
3. Change your temp at the top of the stratosphere to 26 F
1. Tuesday: Notes
2. Wednesday: Video
3. Thursday: Lab
4. Friday: Cornell Quiz over layers and heat transfer.