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Vocab Test 10/6

Atmosphere thin blanket of gases that surrounds the Earth
Air Pressure weight of the air above you
Air mixture of nitrogen, oxygen, water vapor, dust and other gases
Nitrogen makes up 78% of the atmosphere
Oxygen makes up 21% of the atmosphere
Evaporation water change from a liquid to a gas through heating
Condensation water changes from a gas to a liquid through cooling
Precipitation water falling to the earth in the form of rain, sleet, snow, or hail
Sun provides the energy needed for the water cycle
Water Cycle process by which water moves through the atmosphere
Conduction movement of heat through direct contact (touching)
Radiation movement of heat through space and air through electromagnetic waves
Convection movement of heat because of the movement of a fluid
Air Mass large body or air with similar temperature and moisture content
Front boundary (line) between two air masses
Created by: tammie.langley