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Science Vocab-Unit 6

Patterns of Earth

TermDefinition
Anemometer A weather tool that measures wind speed.
Atmosphere Air and gases that surround Earth.
Front A place where one air mass meets and pushes aside another air mass.
High tide change in the water level at the shoreline, at its highest level, caused by the gravitational pull of the Sun and the Moon.
Low tide change in the water level at the shoreline, at its lowest level, caused by the gravitational pull of the Sun and the Moon.
Moon phases the recurring appearance of the moon determined by the reflected light of the sun.
Orbit the path that one object in space takes around another object in space
Precipitation water that falls to the Earth's surface as rain, snow, sleet, or hail
Rain gauge a tool for collecting and measuring the amount of precipitation that falls
Revolve to travel around another object
Rotate the spinning of an object on its axis
Tilt a sloping position
Water accumulation increasing water levels in ponds, lakes, streams, rivers, glaciers, snow-pack, or water run-off
Wind speed how fast the air is moving
Shadow a dark area or shape produced by an object coming between rays of light and a surface
Created by: Remedies