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Day 1A - Which gas is the most abundant in our atmosphere? Nitrogen
Day 2A – A gas in the atmosphere that varies from place to place and time to time is: Water Vapor
Day 3A – The percentage of oxygen in the atmosphere is approximately: 21%
Day 4A – The warmest layer of the atmosphere is: Thermosphere
Day 5A – The ozone layer is found in which layer of the atmosphere Stratosphere
Day 6A – Which layer of the atmosphere does weather occur? Troposphere
Day 7A – The amount of mass in a given volume of a substance is its: Density
Day 8A – As the density of air decreases, it’s pressure: Decreases
Day 9A – As you increase in altitude, air pressure: Decreases
Day 10A – Which of the following is an example of conduction? 1) Air cooling the ocean 2) Air being warmed by warm ground 3) Cool, dense air sinking to the ground 4) Air being warmed directly by the sun 2) Air being warmed by warm ground
Created by: jarredlobo