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Climate Change Quiz #1. Spheres of the Earth and Atmospheric Science. If I were a molecule of water what sphere(s) could I potential be found within? ~ 99.03\% of the atmosphere is comprised of these 2 gases Name the layers of the atmosphere from the lowest to the highest in altitude.

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climate change quiz 1

Climate Change Quiz #1

Spheres of the Earth and Atmospheric Science

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If I were a molecule of water what sphere(s) could I potential be found within?
  • ~ 99.03% of the atmosphere is comprised of these 2 gases
  • Name the layers of the atmosphere from the lowest to the highest in altitude.
  • Describe/illustrate the trend seen in temperatue as you increase altitude.
  • Draw a picture of which explains the reason for the seasons.
  • What is a convection cell? Describe 2 examples of convection cells within the earth’s system. A picture may help!
  • What is the apparent wind pattern in the northern hemisphere? What is the name of the phenomenon associated with this observation.
  • Describe the difference between weather and climate and provide an example of each to support your claim.
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