Weather and Atmosphere. Layers of the Atmosphere. Sample Question. How does the temperature of the stratosphere compare to the mesosphere? It is colder than the mesosphere because the stratosphere contains the ozone layer
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How does the temperature of the stratosphere compare to the mesosphere?
Why does air pressure decrease from the troposphere to the exosphere?
78% = Nitrogen
21% = Oxygen
1% =CO2, Argon and
How does convection of air produce thunderstorms?
Which best explains how the Coriolis effect influences weather conditions?
What has most likely occurred in this area?
A. A warm front has passed
B. A cold front has passed
C. A blizzard has taken place
D. A high-pressure system has stalled
Temperature at which air with a given amount of water vapor will reach saturation
The higher the dew point of air, the more water vapor the air contains
Four-Day Temperature Recordings at 3:00 PM
On which day could the air have held the greatest amount of water vapor at 3:00
Why is it important for the United States to monitor air pollution levels in other countries?
Click link for water cycle diagram
1. What is the final destination for runoff that flows on the surface of the continents?
2. How can runoff water contribute to the weather in an area?