11b - 1 11B1 (near80W)_(near120E StudentResponse Value A...

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1. 11B-1   Fair weather appears in the eastern tropical Pacific (near 80° W) while the cloud diagram implies that  ____________________ weather prevails in the western tropical Pacific (near 120° E).    Student Response Value Feedback A.  fair   B.  stormy 100%    Score: 1/1    2. 11B-2   The bold dark arrows indicate that air is ascending in the stormy weather area of the western tropical Pacific  and ______________ inthe eastern tropical Pacific.    Score: 1/1    3. 11B-3   As indicated by the arrows, winds during neutral conditions blow toward the ___________ along the Equator.   
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  Score: 1/1    4. 11B-4   The surface current arrows indicate that during neutral conditions, surface waters flows toward the _________  driven by the prevailing winds.    Score: 1/1    5. 11B-5   The area of highest SST occurs under _____________________ skies in the tropical Pacific.    Score: 1/1   
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6. 11B-6   This SST pattern is caused by relatively strong trade winds pushing sun-warmed surface water ____________,  as evidenced by the direction of surface currents.    Score: 1/1    7. 11B-7   Transport of surface waters to the west also causes the thermocline (the transition zone between warm surface  water and cold deep water) to be __________ in the eastern tropical Pacific than in the western tropical Pacific. 
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