Water - Unit 3. 2/3/ 14. Bellringer : Water Issues Start Unit #3 = Water Water Properties Notes. 4 th Period - Extra Credit Opportunity. We need to start the Water Unit!!! Part 1, Part 1 Questions and Part 2 (vampire E) Part 3 of the Kill-A-Watt Lab = Extra Credit. Water Issues.
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Chapter 19. Air Pollution. Air: The Endangered Global Commons. Mixture of gases: 78% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen, 0.04% Carbon Dioxide, and others Contains water vapor and various pollutants A renewable resource cleansed by natural processes and regenerated by living things
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Chapter 23. Weather and Climate. Cloud Forming Processes. A cloud with a volume of 1 cubic km contains about a million liters of water. You see a white cloud when you are between the cloud and the sun, since you see reflected sunlight from the cloud.
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GY205 Weather and Climate. Lecture 5 (Please turn in homework on the table). Air Masses. Very large bodies of air with fairly uniform temp and humidity characteristics Form in high and low latitudes, not mid-latitudes Air takes on the characteristics of the source region
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THE ATMOSPHERE IN MOTION. Air Pressure and Wind. Wind which is the horizontal movement of air, helps to moderate surface temperatures, distribute moisture, and generally cleanse the atmosphere.
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Topic: Weather. Essential Question: What is the cause of the weather we experience?. Topic: Weather Essential Question: What is the cause of the weather we experience?. Weather - what is going on outside right now. The current temperature, barometric pressure and wind conditions.
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Sect. 4.10: Coriolis & Centrifugal Forces (Motion Relative to Earth, mainly from Marion). Summary: For motion in an accelerating frame ( r ), both translating & rotating with respect to a fixed ( f , inertial) frame: Velocities: v f = V + v r + ? ? r Accelerations:
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Introduction: Transfer of Heat. Heat . A form of energy associated with the motion of atoms or molecules. Transferred from higher temperature objects to objects at a lower temperature. . How Heat Can Be Transferred. Conduction Convection Radiation. Conduction.
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Weather Maps. Weather maps are used to show current weather conditions in an effort to predict future weather conditions. You need to know what each symbol means and how to interpret them to forecast the weather. Weather Maps. Cold Front Symbol.
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Review of Severe Weather. Standards: b. Relate unequal heating of land and water surfaces to form large global wind systems and weather events such as tornados and thunderstorms.
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Humidity. Humidity. We already know that evaporation allows water to change into a gas and rise into our atmosphere. Eventually, it will condense into clouds when cooler temperatures are near. Well, what happens if the water vapor stays close to the ground where we are?
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Steam Engines. By: Michael May. Introduction. A heat engine that uses steam to perform mechanical work Uses: Stationary: rotary motion to power machinery in places such as factories Transport: Steamboat, steam locomotive, steam tractor, steam car, steam shovel, etc. History.
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Gas Power Cycle - Internal Combustion Engine. Otto Cycle. P. 3. T. 3. 2. 4. 2. 4. 1. 1. v. s. 1-2 isentropic compression 2-3 constant volume heat transfer 3-4 isentropic expansion 4-1 constant volume heat rejection. Otto Cycle. Otto Cycle-2.
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