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Where is Earth's atmosphere most dense? At its bottom
Earth's atmosphere is mostly? Nitrogen and oxygen
Plants use carbon dioxide for their life processes as part of the.... Carbon cycle
A sudden event that can change Earth's atmosphere is... The eruption of a very large volcano.
Waves of.... radiation have more energy than waves of radiation that you can see. Ultraviolet
The outermost layer of Earth's atmosphere is heated by....from the Sun Radiation
Ozone is a molecule that is... Made of three atoms of the element oxygen.
Air pressure..... Is the force exerted by moving air molecules
Air pressure increases.... As you move lower in the atmosphere.
This tool is to measure air pressure. Barometer
Atmosphere conditions at a particular time and place descibe the.... Weather
The horizontal movement of air... Wind
Large masses of moving air caused by eneven heating between the equator and the poles are... Global winds
.......is a cloud that rests on the ground or body of water. Fog
Created by: ashton_jordan12