Chapter 8 Review

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Air Moves
Air Masses
Weather
Weather
Maps
Climate
and Tools
Tools to
Measure
Weather
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This is when gases or liquids
rise and sink in a circular path.
A 100
What are convection currents?
A 100
This is the name for a band of
very fast wind that is formed
by the different temperatures
between the huge convection
currents.
A 200
What is the jetstream?
A 200
This is one of the elements
found in air.
A 300
What is: (accept any of these)
nitrogen, oxygen, argon,
carbon dioxide, water vapor?
A 300
The uneven heating of Earth’s
surface causes air ________.
A 400
What are currents?
A 400
These are the five layers of
the atmosphere in order from
the ground up.
A 500
What are the troposphere,
stratosphere, mesosphere,
thermosphere, and exosphere?
A 500
This is a large body of air
with similar properties all
through it.
B 100
What is an air mass?
B 100
This is a boundary between
two air masses.
B 200
What is a front?
B 200
These are likely to form when
there is rising warm air.
B 300
What are clouds?
B 300
These are the three types of
fronts we studied.
B 400
What are cold fronts, warm
fronts, and stationary fronts?
B 400
These are the four types of air
masses we studied.
B 500
What are continental polar,
continental tropical, maritime
polar, and maritime tropical?
B 500
This is a signal that means a
severe thunderstorm with high
winds and hail might form.
C 100
What is a severe weather
watch?
C 100
This is where hurricanes get
their energy from.
C 200
What is warm ocean waters?
C 200
This is how you prepare for a
tornado.
C 300
What is seek shelter, go
inside, and stay away from
windows?
C 300
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DOUBLE
C 400
These are the main
differences between a tornado
and a hurricane.
C 400
What are the hurricane is larger
and powered by warm ocean
water to last several days while
the tornado is smaller and lasts
only a few minutes?
C 400
This is how you prepare for a
hurricane.
C 500
What is board up windows,
store food and water, have
battery powered flashlights
and radios ready, and put
valuables in plastic bags?
C 500
This is the symbol for a high
pressure area on a map.
D 100
What is an ‘H’?
D 100
This is the symbol for a low
pressure area on a map.
D 200
What is an “L”?
D 200
This is how you draw a warm
front on a weather map.
D 300
What is a line with half
circles on it pointing in the
direction the front is moving?
D 300
This is how you draw a cold
front on a weather map.
D 400
What is a line with triangles
on it pointing in the direction
the front is moving?
D 400
This is how you draw a
stationary front on a weather
map.
D 500
What is a line with half
circles on one side and
triangles on the other side?
D 500
This is a tool that measures
rainfall.
E 100
What is a rain gauge?
E 100
This is a tool that measures
winds and precipitation in a
storm.
E 200
What is radar?
E 200
This is the average of weather
conditions over a long time,
usually thirty years.
E 300
What is climate?
E 300
This is the direction winds
generally blow in the United
States.
E 400
What is from west to east?
E 400
This is what a climate
scientist might conclude if
they find a fish fossil in the
desert.
E 500
What is this area may have
been a wet climate at one time?
E 500
This tool measures
temperature.
F 100
What is a thermometer?
F 100
This tool measures wind
direction.
F 200
What is a wind vane?
F 200
This tool measures air
pressure.
F 300
What is a barometer?
F 300
This tool measures wind
speed.
F 400
What is an anemometer?
F 400
This tool measures air
moisture and humidity.
F 500
What is a hygrometer?
F 500
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Thunderstorms
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This is what occurs in the second
stage of a thunderstorm.
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What is precipitation starts to fall,
which pulls some of the air down
with it?
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