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In which layer of the atmosphere do sea gulls live?
Explain the importance of Earths stratosphere.Bag Toss Challenge!
Which layer protects us from meteoroids?
Bag Toss Challenge!Which layer has the highest temperature in any of the layers of our atmosphere?
List the layers of the atmosphere (in order) from outer space, inward.
Define air pressure.
Explain the process that causes air pressure.
If the air pressure on Earth is equal to the weight of a car, how come we are not crushed by it?Bag Toss Challenge!
Explain what the molecules of a gas are actually doing? How do they physically cause pressure?
Explain why on a sunny day there is high pressure, and why on a cloudy day there is low pressure.
Clouds are made of___________.
What type of cloud is this?
It is a sunny day, but tomorrow there is expected to be a blizzard. What two major clouds might you expect to see today?Bag Toss Challenge!
Draw a nimbostratus and cumulonimbus cloud. Explain the difference between the two.
List the major steps in cloud formation.
A big blue H is located over New Jersey. What does this mean?Bag Toss Challenge!
You see that there are very thin, feathery clouds high up in the sky. What does this mean for the future weather?
Describe the process by which snow can form in Colorado even when there is a maritime tropical air mass in the area.
What type of cloud will form as a continental polar air mass moves quickly into a maritime tropical air mass.?
Bag Toss Challenge!Explain the pressure, clouds, and overall weather you would expect when an ARCTIC air mass moves into our area.
You are sitting around a camp fire taking in the heat from the fire. What type of heat transfer is this?Bag Toss Challenge!
Identify radiation in this picture:
Explain the process by which hail forms.
List 12 examples of conduction in 35 secondsGO!
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