a Copy and paste a climograph for Grand Junction here 3b Also record the

A copy and paste a climograph for grand junction here

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3a)Copy and paste a climograph for Grand Junction here:
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3b) Also, record the elevation (you may have to do a separate search to find “Grand Junction elevation”) of Grand Junction here. You can search for an online calculator that automatically does the meters feet conversion and vice versa. Elevation in meters Elevation in feet 1397 4583 3c) Copy and paste a climograph for Leadville here. This might be a little harder to find, but you can find it. You may find a climograph that has two curves: one curve is the average high temperature for each month, and the other is the average low temperature for each month. You can subtract the low from the high to get the mean temperature 3d) Also, record the elevation of Leadville here: Elevation in meters Elevation in feet 3094 10151 3e) Let’s write down the July mean temperature in both Celsius and Fahrenheit: Mean in Celsius degrees Mean in Fahrenheit degrees Grand Junction 26 78 Leadville 13 55
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3f) Explain why the mean temperatures recorded above vary between the two locations. The elevation in Leadville is 10151 feet compared to the elevation in Grand Junction which is only 4583 feet. This makes it much colder in Leadville. 4) Let’s compare London, United Kingdom, to Bull Harbour, British Columbia, Canada. 4a) Insert London’s climograph here: 4b)What is London’s latitude (you may have to do a separate search for this)? 4c) Insert Bull Harbour’s climograph here:
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  • Spring '17
  • John DOe
  • Meteorology, pH, Fahrenheit, Celsius, annual temperature range, annual temperature

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