e. Differentiate between a watch and warning (i.e. severe thunderstorm watch vs severe thunderstorm warning). 6. Climate Change Climate on “Climate Time Machine” You will click on each of the following segments, maneuver each segment (years/meters) and explain what has occurred during. a. Sea Ice b. Sea Level c. Carbon Emissions d. Average Global Temperature 7. Atmospheric Phenomena a. Click on Hydrosphere i. What is the difference between an ocean current and an ocean wave? ii. What causes ocean tides? b. Click on Atmospheric Pressure i. What determines the type of global winds which will occur in a given area (trade winds, polar easterlies and westerlies)? ii. What causes the global winds to blow to the right or to the left in given regions? iii. During a sea breeze, why the wind blow from the sea to the land? c. Click on Atmospheric Disturbances i. What three things do all air masses have in common? ii. What region will most likely experience maritime tropical air mass?
Name _____________________________________ Block __________________ Number______ iii. Make a diagram to identify the four types of fronts. (occluded front is the fourth)
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- Winter '18
- chanotta oliver
- Meteorology, weather, Precipitation, a. Sea Ice