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    Chengdu is closer to the equator than Harbin. Which location has a colder air temperature and why?

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    Harbin, because less energy is transferred from the sun directly to the surface, and then from the surface to the air.

    Harbin, because less energy is transferred from the sun directly to the air.

    Chengdu, because less energy is transferred from the sun directly to the surface, and then from the surface to the air.

    Chengdu, because less energy is transferred from the sun directly to the air.

    2. Multiple-choice 5 minutes Q.

    Alesund and Khatyrka are the same distance from the equator and they are both near the ocean. Use the information on the map to answer these questions: How does the air temperature of Alesund compare to the air temperature of Khatyrka? Why?

    The air at Alesund is

    answer choices

    the same as Khatyrka. Even though the ocean water at each location is a different temperature, the same amount of energy is transferred to the air at both locations.

    the same as Khatyrka. They are both near moving ocean water, so the same amount of energy is transferred to the air at both locations.

    warmer than Khatyrka. At Alesund, energy is transferred from the ocean to the air. At Khatyrka, energy is transferred from the air to the ocean.warmer than Khatyrka. At Alesund, a lot of energy is transferred from the ocean to the air. At Khatyrka, only a little energy is transferred from the ocean to the air.

    3. Multiple-choice 5 minutes Q.

    Delta and Alpha are the same distance from the equator, and they are both near the ocean. Using the information in the map, how does the air temperature of Delta compare to the air temperature of Alpha? Why?

    The air at Delta is answer choices

    the same as Alpha. Both locations are the same distance from the equator. The winds push the ocean water, and it turns to follow the coast in both locations, so the same amount of energy is transferred to the air.

    warmer than Alpha. Moving air with a lot of energy turns and follows the coast toward Delta; moving air with only a little energy turns and follows the coast toward Alpha.warmer than Alpha. The winds push ocean water that turns and follows the coasts. Energy is transferred from the ocean to the air at Delta and energy is transferred from the air to the ocean at Alpha.warmer than Alpha. The winds push ocean water that turns and follows the coasts. A lot of energy is transferred from the ocean to the air at Delta, and only a little energy is transferred from the ocean to the air at Alpha.

    4. Multiple-choice 5 minutes Q.

    Harold is using what he knows about cause-and-effect relationships to write a paper explaining cloud shape. How could he describe cause and effect in his paper?

    answer choices

    There is only one cause for cloud shape, because each effect has one cause.

    There can be more than one cause for the effect of cloud shape.

    It is impossible to determine which factors cause cloud shape and which factors are the effects of cloud shape.

    Some things, like cloud shape, do not have a cause because they just happen.

    5. Multiple-choice 5 minutes Q.

    Madison and Oxford are the same distance from the equator and they are both near the ocean. Use the information on the map to answer these questions: How does the air temperature of Madison compare to the air temperature of Oxford? Why?

    The air at Madison is

    answer choices

    warmer than Oxford. At Madison, a lot of energy is transferred from the ocean to the air. At Oxford, only a little energy is transferred from the ocean to the air.warmer than Oxford. At Madison, energy is transferred from the ocean to the air. At Oxford, energy is transferred from the air to the ocean.

    the same as Oxford. They are both near moving ocean water, so the same amount of energy is transferred to the air at both locations.

    the same as Oxford. Even though the ocean water at each location is a different temperature, the same amount of energy is transferred to the air at both locations.

    6. Multiple-choice 3 minutes Q.

    Milltown is 15ºC (59ºF) in the spring. What is the source for most of the energy that causes this temperature?

    answer choices the sun volcanoes coal and oil trees 7. Multiple-choice 5 minutes Q.

    Penha and Chañaral are the same distance from the equator, and they are both near the ocean. Using the information in the map, how does the air temperature of Penha compare to the air temperature of Chañaral? Why?

    The air at Penha is answer choices

    warmer than Chañaral. The winds push ocean water that turns and follows the coasts. A lot of energy is transferred from the ocean to the air at Penha. Only a little energy is transferred from the ocean to the air at Chañaral.warmer than Chañaral. The winds push ocean water that turns and follows the coasts. Energy is transferred from the ocean to the air at Penha and energy is transferred from the air to the ocean at Chañaral.

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    Harold is using what he knows about cause-and-effect relationships to write a paper explaining cloud shape. How could he describe cause and effect in his paper?

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    There is only one cause for cloud shape, because each effect has one cause.

    There can be more than one cause for the effect of cloud shape.

    It is impossible to determine which factors cause cloud shape and which factors are the effects of cloud shape.

    Some things, like cloud shape, do not have a cause because they just happen.

    The best answer is B. There can be more than one cause for the effect of cloud shape..

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    Winds that move in one direction and are strong enough to push ocean current.

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    Global Ocean Current that caries warm water from the Caribbean up the east coast of North America and across the North Atlantic

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    Prevailing Winds

    Winds that move in one direction and are strong enough to push ocean current.

    Gulf Stream

    Global Ocean Current that caries warm water from the Caribbean up the east coast of North America and across the North Atlantic

    Density

    How much mass is in a given volume

    Coriolis Effect

    The bending of Earth's Global Winds due to the rotation of the Earth

    What is the relationship between speed of prevailing winds and speed of surface ocean currents?

    As the wind speed increases, so will the ocean currents

    Harold is using what he knows about cause-and-effect relationships to write a paper

    explaining cloud shape. How could he describe cause and effect in his paper?

    There can be more than one cause for the effect of cloud shape.

    How does the Coriolis Effect affect the direction of prevailing winds at the equator?

    It causes the winds to blow East to West

    What are TWO factors that affect the direction of ocean currents?

    Location of continents and direction of prevailing winds

    Demi is studying the amount of snowfall at the South Pole. She wants to describe it using

    cause and effect. How could she do that?

    She can describe more than one cause. There can be more than one cause for the effect—amount of snowfall.

    What causes the movement of DEEP ocean currents?

    Temperature differences and different amounts of salt in the water causing density differences.

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