Jeopardy. Water Cycle. Atmosphere. Instruments. Clouds. Terminology. Q 6. Q 11. Q 16. Q 21. Q 1. Q 2. Q 7. Q 12. Q 17. Q 22. Q 8. Q 18. Q 13. Q 3. Q 23. Q 9. Q 14. Q 4. Q 19. Q 24. Q 15. Q 5. Q 10. Q 20. Q 25. Final Jeopardy. Question 1.
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Two primary gasses in our atmosphere.
What is – nitrogen & oxygen ?
Layer where meteors travel .
What is mesophere ?
Layer closest to space .
What is – exosphere ?
Layer where weather occurs .
What is – troposphere ?
Layer which contains ozone .
What is – stratosphere ?
Instrument which measures air pressure.
What is – a barometer ?
Instrument which measuresprecipitation.
What is – a rain gauge ?
Instrument which measures temperature .
What is – a thermometer ?
Instrument which measures direction .
What is– a wind vane ?
Instrument which measures wind speed .
What is – anemometer ?
Feathery, fair-weather clouds .
What is – cirrus ?
White, puffy clouds .
What is– cumulus ?
Dark, puffy rain clouds .
What is – nimbus ?
Gray sky clouds, indicating drizzle .
What is – stratus ?
“Thunderhead” clouds .
What is – cumulonimbus ?
Process by which water becomesa gas (water vapor) .
What is – evaporation ?
Name given to rain, sleet, snow, & hail .
What is – precipitation ?
Process by which water becomes a liquid .
What is – condensation ?
The form of precipitation which has layers of ice .
What is – hail?
Process by which plants releasewater vapor into the air .
What is– transpiration ?
The study of weather .
What is – meteorology ?
The calm winds over the equator .
What is – doldrums ?
The boundary between air masses .
What is – a front ?
The moisture in the air .
What is – humidity ?
Type of front occurring whentwo fronts collide .
What is – occluded ?
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