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Grade 9 Geography Unit 4 – Physical Geography Jeopardy. The further north or south you go, the colder it becomes. What is Latitude?. The higher you climb, the colder it becomes. What is Altitude?. The term used to describe the ability of water to retain heat. . What is Heat Capacity?.

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It is the side of a mountain where air rises and cools, and water condenses and falls back to earth as rain or snow.
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It is the reason Watertown, NY gets more snow than Kingston, Ontario even though Kingston is further north.
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The temperature is about 4,800OC. The pressure is over 3.6 million times the pressure at the Earth’s surface. Gravity is ZERO.
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Constantly changing due to forces such as erosion and deposition, this outermost layer of the Earth is between 6 and 100 km thick.
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Divided into three periods called Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous, it is the Geological Era of the dinosaur.
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The period represents 87% of Earth’s geological time, and during this period, Earth’s atmosphere began to convert from carbon dioxide and methane to oxygen

this occurred when a large cyclonic storm stalled over eastern ontario and quebec in 1998
This occurred when a large cyclonic storm stalled over Eastern Ontario and Quebec in 1998.