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Part A- Answer any 15 of the questions below (1-26). You may choose to complete them all, but only 15 need be answered for full credit with this lab. Put the answer directly after the question in a complete sentence.
Part B- Research: Pick any vocabulary term from among the questions below. Provide a link to a resource that adequately helps demonstrate understanding of that concept. (google the term and find fun ways of learning about it). You may use Youtube or another form of online lab simulation or science game. Place that link here:_____________________________________________________
1: Write the equation that converts the temperature from °Celsius to °Fahrenheit.
Hint: °F = (equation here)
2: Use the above equation to convert the following temperatures in °Celsius to
°Fahrenheit. (-20), (-15), (-5), 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40
3: Define the following terms:
a. Evaporation
b. Condensation
c: Sublimation
d. Deposition
e. Heat
f. Temperature
g. Latent heat
h. Indian Sumer
4: When water goes through a phase change, what happens to the temperature of the water?
5: What is the atmospheric greenhouse effect? Name the two most abundant / important
greenhouse gases in the atmosphere?
6: Why do cloudy, calm nights tend to be warmer than clear, calm nights?
7: What are the three ways that heat is transferred in the atmosphere? Give an example of each of
the processes.
8: Name the three different processes that the Sun’s radiant energy will go through once it
enters our atmosphere?
9: What is the difference between convection and advection?
10: Explain why rising air in the atmosphere expands and cools, and why sinking air in the
atmosphere compresses and warms?
11: What two factors control how warm a particular location gets each season?
12: On the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, the Sun is shining directly overhead
in the Noon time sky over what latitude?
What else happens on the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere?
13: On the first day of winter in the Northern Hemisphere, the Sun is shining directly overhead
in the Noon time sky over what latitude?
What else happens on the first day of winter in the Northern Hemisphere?
14: On the first day of fall and spring, with the exception at the Poles, what happens to the length
of daylight?
15: Why is the sky blue?
16: Why does the sky have an orange, yellow and reddish color around sunrise and sunset?
17: What angle is the Earth tilted on its axis?
18: Define civil twilight, nautical twilight and astronomical twilight.
Which twilight allows outdoor activities to persist without using artificial lighting?
19: What wavelength does the Sun emit most of its radiation at, and what is the name of that
radiation region?
20: What wavelength does the Earth emit most of its radiation at, and what is the name of that
radiation region?
21: What is the UV index? What does the UV index scale range from?
22: List the different types of radiation according to wavelength? Please put them in the order
of longest wavelength to shortest wavelength. Hint (Longer wavelengths have less energy).
23: Incoming solar radiation from the Sun starts off at 100 units as it enters our atmosphere.
Draw a diagram that shows what happens to the radiation as it travels through our
atmosphere? Hint (How much radiation gets absorbed, scattered and reflected)?
For question #23, you must take a picture using your cell phone or scan the document. 24: Why does snow and ice linger on the ground longer on the north side of a home or building?
25: Explain why a bridge surface freezes before the road surface?
Please refer to Chapter 2, page 53, Figure 2.28 for a picture.
26: Do the four seasons we experience every year depend on how
close the Earth gets to the Sun in its yearly orbit? Explain your answer.


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