5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Three ways that energy (heat) can be transferred are...
- How does the temperature change in the stratosphere and why?
- a Constantly changing; refers to state of atmosphere at any given time or pace.
- b Conduction, convection, radiation.
- c Lowest layer of the atmosphere; where coulds and rain occur.
- d Temperature increases because the atmosphere's ozone is concentrated there.
- e A mixture of various gases (nitrogen and oxygen make up 99% of clean, dry air).
5 Multiple choice questions
- Latitude, heating of land and water, altitude, geographic position, cloud cover, and ocean currents.
- Based on observations of weather that have been collected over many years. Helps describe a place or region.
- Decreased and higher.
- Light bounces off an object.
5 True/False questions
Nitrogen → Most common gas in the atmosphere.
Scattering → The process that produces weak rays that travel in all directions.
Stratosphere → Layer of the atmosphere where ozone is located.
Cloudy nights → Higher temperatures than clear nights because clouds absorb outgoing radiation and reflect it back toward Earth.
Heat → Constantly changing; refers to state of atmosphere at any given time or pace.