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Final Exam Review

Ch.3 Vocab

Climate usual predictable pattern of weather over a long period of time
Current moving streams of water in the worlds oceans; affects climate
Drought long periods of extreme dryness and water shortage
Hurricane violent tropical storms with high winds and heavy rainfall
High-latitude climate cold climate lies from 60 degrees north to the North Pole and from 60 degrees south to the South Pole
Hight-land climate cool or cold climate that varies with elevation
Tropical climate warm year around extends from the equator to the Tropic of Cancer and from the equator to the Tropic of Capricorn
Mid-latitude climate temperate climate extend from 231/2 degrees north to 60 degrees north and from 23 1/2 south to 60 degrees south
Prevailing wind movements of air that travel around the earth in a tropical pattern
El Niño caused by the combination of temperature wind and water formed when cold winds from the north are weak. Pacific Ocean gets warmer. Occurs-Pacific Ocean gets cooler.
La Niña eastern winds become strong and the opposite of El Niño occurs- Pacific Ocean gets cooler.
Dry climate dry to partially dry areas with little to no rain; temperatures can range from very cold to very hot
Typhoon name for hurricane in Asia
Tornado funnel-shaped windstorm; sometimes forms during a thunderstorm
Tropics low latitude region between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn
Monsoon seasonal wind that blows over a continent for a long period of time
Weather unpredictable changes in the air that take place in a short period of time
Created by: kaci.georgis