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Atmosphere A thin layer of air that forms a protective covering around the planet.
Troposphere The lowest of the earth's atmosphere. And also the layers that we are in and holds weather.
Stratosphere The layer above the troposphere.
Mesosphere Extends from the top of stratosphere to about 85 km above earth. and many meteors and shooting stars and the temperature is cold.
Ionosphere The layer of electrically charged particles.
Thermosphere High Temperatures and small amount of oxygen.
Exosphere Is the last layer in which after this layer, it is space and it has thin oxygen and it is were are our satellite are.
Ultra Violet Radiation The type of energy that comes to the earth from the sun.
Ozone Layer It is made of oxygen.
CFC's Group of chemical compounds used in refrigerators, air conditioners, etc. That may enter the atmosphere and destroy ozone.
Air Mass A body of air with horizontally uniform temperature, humidity, and pressure.
Front Is a boundary separating two masses of air of different density.
Tornado Violently rotating winds having the appearance an funnel cloud and connects with the ground.
Hurricane A storm with a violent wind and a large, swirling, low pressure system.
Blizzard A severe snowstorm with high winds and low visibility.
Meteorologist A person who studies the whether.
Station Model Shows the whether condition at a specific location on earth's surface.
Isotherm A line that connects points of equal temperature.
Isobar A line drawn to connect points of equal atmospheric pressure.
Cold Front Occurs, when colder air advances towards warmer air.
Warm Font Form when lighter, warmer air advances over heavier, colder air.
Occluded Front Involves three air masses of different temperatures.
Stationary Front When a boundary between air masses stops advancing.
Created by: flopez1