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Earths Atmosphere 1

Earths Atmosphere

This layer of air that protects the Earth's surfae from extreme temperatures and harmfull Sun rays Atmosphere
Pollutants mix with oxygen and other chemicals to form? smog
How many layerrs in the Atmosphere? 5
What is the lowest layer where humans live? This layer contains most of the ware vaper and gases. Troposphere
What is the layer where meteors are visible? Mesosphere
What is the layer named for its high teperatures? Thermosphere
What is the layer of charged articles that can help arry radio waves? Ionosphere
What is the outer layer of the atmosphere? Exosphere
What are the pollutants that are destroying the ozone layer? Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC's)
Energy that is transfered in rays or waves Radiation
The transfer of energy when molecules bump into each other through contact Conduction
The transfer of heat by the flow of a material Convection
When water moves back and forth between Earth's atmosphere and surface Water Cycle
Water Vapors in the atmosphere can cool and return to liquid form through Condensation
As water drops grow they fall back to Earth as Pricipitation
Created by: ilr