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5th period

world geo chaptor two vocab

TermDefinition
1.weather the condiction of the bottom layer of the earths atmoshere in on place over a short period of tiem
2.climate the term used for the weather patterns that an area typically experiences over long period of time one compleat
3.rotation the spining motion of the earth like a top on its axis as it travels through space
4.revolution one complete orbit around the earth around the sun earth completes one revolutio every 365 1.4 days a one year
5.solstice ehtier of the two times a year when the sun appers directly over head at the tropics of cancer and capricorn
6.equionx ethier of the two time each year spring and fall when dad and night are of nearly equal lwnth every were on earth
7.precopitaion all the forms of water that fall to earth from the atmosphere including rain and snow
8.front the boundray between two masses of air that differ in density or temperature
9.continental climate the type of climate found in the great central areas of continets in the northern hemishphere characterized by cold snow winters and warm or hot summers
Created by: brandondennis