Lessons for Air Masses

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  • Air Masses - … air mass activity, have them guess at the answers for the characteristics for Air Mass #1 and Air Mass #2. Ask students: What type of air mass is Air Mass #1? Air Mass #2? Why? What do you think is the source region for Air Mass #1? Air Mass
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • When Disaster Strikes! Rocks, Minerals, Erosion and Weather - … air pressure (e.g., low pressure air masses are associated with mild temperature and create conditions that cause storms or clouds; high pressure air masses … called air masses. They may be wet, dry, warm or cold. The boundary between different air masses is called a front. Where two air masses meet there tends to be more storms because one type of air will …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Air Under Pressure - … of air with similar characteristics air masses. Air masses change and shift all the time, but on any given day, there are many different air masses in … air masses that formed over land. The air masses that form over oceans (maritime) are more humid than continental air masses that form over dry land. Air masses that form in the tropics have low air pressure, and air masses that form closer …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Stormy Skies - … an air mass sandwich, in which the warm air mass becomes stuck between two cold air masses. The denser cold air masses lodge themselves around the warm air mass, pushing the warm air mass farther away from the Earth's surface. The cold air masses
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Fronts - … behind the cool air mass and make blowing breezy motions and sounds onto the cool air mass. Motion for the cool air mass to slowly walk towards the front of the room.) The air mass moving into (name … warm air mass is going to rise up and the cooler air mass is going to push down under the warm air mass. (Have students holding air masses
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Weather and The Water Cycle - … . c. Sketch a picture of the air masses around a stationary front. Show any movement of air masses and the clouds that occur. 15 … c. Sketch a picture of the air masses around a stationary front. Show any movement of air masses and the clouds that occur. 4 … Direction and Speed Define: Air Pressure - The pressure that an air mass exerts on the Earth Word Box: Air Pressure Temperature Observed Weather Wind …
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  • Scope, Sequence, and Coordination - … a Jar 9. Convection in Air Masses—Weather 1 10. Convection in Air Masses—Weather 2 11. Convection in Air Masses—Weather 3 12. Convection in Earth 13. Convection in Water 14. Geothermal Energy 15. Hot Air … 8 Convection in Air Masses—Weather 1 Assessment 9 Convection in Air Masses—Weather2 Assessment 10 Convection in Water Assessment 13 Hot Air Balloon Assessment …
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  • Air: It'S a Gas! - … : demonstrate that air can exert pressure or a force. observe that air has mass and weight. observe that air occupies space. 2 Mylar air tubes … ?" (air pressure) Direct everyone's attention to the shape of the air tubes. "Does air appear to have mass, force and pressure? (Yes!) Does air … and its contents meant a loss of mass. But adding heat to the remaining air mass allowed it to keep enough pressure to …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • Air Masses - … map Air Mass Student Sheet I Air Mass Student Sheet II Colored pencils Abstract Where toxicants of environmental health importance are transported through the air … of air masses. Students will discover air masses can be identified and defined by their temperature and moisture content. Purpose - Explanation of how air masses affect … on USA Today on Air Masses: http://www.usatoday.com/weather/tg/wamsorce/wamsorce.htm Online Guide on Air Masses & Fronts: http://ww2010.atmos …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Backyard Weather Station - … ) Background Air Masses and Weather Fronts We use the term "air mass" to describe a large body of air in which all the air within that … contrasting air masses is called a "front." This diagram shows two air masses in proximity with their fronts designated "cold" (top) where the cold air mass … and cold air, where the warm air replaces the cold air. Warm air at the surface of a front pushes above the cool air mass, creating …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
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