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Question:Answer:
Air pressure near ground is about:
In what month is the Earth farthest from the sun:
Temperature changes are a function of:
0 deg.
The ozone filtering UV rays is (good/bad):
Definition of Lapserate:
June 21- Sept 21
Definition of Weight:
Objects of different temperature emit spectra that peak at different wavelengths:
Dec 21- Mar 21
Percentage of Oxygen in the Atmosphere:
Sept 21- Dec 21
Percent scattered back to space:
Percent absorbed by clouds and atmosphere:
Largest air temperature variation occurs:
Latitude over which sun's rays are most direct:
The title 'Greenhouse Effect' is:
Definition of Potential Energy:
Latent Heat:
Percentage of Near Infrared:
0 deg.
Mesosphere: Temperature _____ with ______ altitude.
Global Warming: More heat ___ than ___
Snow is a good absorber in the:
Normal Lapserate in Trophosphere:
Molecule/atom to molecule/atom:
Transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves:
If an object emits more radiation than it absorbs, it's temperature decrease:
Energy radiated is proportional to fourth power of absolute temperature:
23.5 deg. North-Northern Hemisphere:
Question:Answer:
Percentage of volcanoes that is Nitrogen:
Water Vapor is a ______________.
1 kg/m3 is the Normal for:
Percentage of Nitrogen in the Atmosphere:
Trophosphere: Temperature ______ with _______ altitude.
If there were no Greenhouse Effect, the Earth's temperature would be:
Mar 21- June 21
Water Vapor: Removed via: ____________.
Clouds are comprised of:
Definition of Density:
Snow is a bad emitter/absorber in the:
Oxygen: Removed via ________________.
Water Vapor: Returned via: ____________.
Oxygen: Returned via______.
1000 kg/m3 is the Normal for:
Nitrogen: Returned via ________________.
Percentage of volcanoes that is Water Vapor:
In what month is the Earth the closest to the sun:
Name for when Earth is farthest from the sun:
Gray Body:
-90 deg.
Definition of Pressure:
Percent of available solar energy absorbed at Earth's surface:
Function of average KE of atoms and molecules that make up an object:
Sun is higher in sky in:
Stratosphere: Temperature _____ with _____ altitude due to OZONE.
Earth's orbit is ____, not ____.
Thermosphere: Temperature _____ with _____ altitude.
Percentage of volcanoes that is Carbon Dioxide:
3rd Layer of Atmosphere from Bottom:
Question:Answer:
Temperature changes should be made in:
Weight/Area=
Definition of Kinetic Energy:
How radiation is classified:
Name for when Earth is closest to sun:
Freezing Point of the Kelvin Scale:
Gases of our atmosphere are selective absorbers and emitters:
______ ozone filters UV rays.
Boling Point of the Kelvin Scale:
Isobars:
In what layer of the atmosphere does Ozone absorb UV Rays:
Bottom Temperature Layer of the Atmosphere:
Percentage of Visible Light:
Greenhouse Effect is:
23.5 deg. South-Northern Hemisphere:
+90 deg.
Mass movement of atoms/molecules: (blobs, thermals, lava lamps)
Final Layer of Atmosphere:
Nitrogen: Removed by ________________.
Percentage of Water Vapor in the Atmosphere:
Pressure _____ with _____ altitude.
At 90 degrees, the sun's radiation is _____.
Percentage of Far Infrared:
Cloudy nights are ____ than when sky is clear.
2nd Layer of Atmosphere from Bottom:
Unit used to measure pressure:
Air density _____ with _____ altitude due to gravity.
Definition of Energy:
A good absorber in at a particular wavelength is also a good emitter at that wavelength: (ex. snow)
Isotherms:

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