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MSG Science Unit3

Learn the definition of these words.

WordsMeaning
Climate General weather patterns over a long period of time
El NiƱo A climate pattern where water near the equator gets hotter than usual and affects the weather around the world
Energy The ability to make things move or change
Equator The imaginary line that divides Earth into northern and southern hemispheres (halves)
Grye A giant pattern of moving water that spans whole oceans and moves water from place to place in a circle
Latitude The distance of a place north or south of Earth's equator
Longitude The distance of a place east or west of Earth's equator
Ocean Current Ocean water flowing in a continuous path
Prevailing Wind Winds that move in one direction and are strong enough to push ocean currents
Temperature A measure of how hot or cold something is
Created by: Houndoom_Rocks