Clouds & Weather Fronts
Weather & Climate
Natural Disasters
What is Science?
Water Cycle
100

This common phenomena can be described as moving air.

What is Wind?

100

This is the the daily temperature and precipitation for a particular spot on a specific day. 

What is Weather?

100

This natural disaster is unique because of its frequency, but also because it is not caused by weather.

What is an Earthquake?

100

The opposite of nothing.

What is Everything?

100

This is the process of the Earth's water being constantly recycled.

What is the Water Cycle?

200

This rain cloud brings thunderstorms with it.

What is a Cumulonimbus?

200

This is the process that occurs when gases in Earth’s atmosphere trap the sun’s heat being reflected back from the surface.

What is the Greenhouse Effect?

200

This natural disaster is extremely dangerous as it is the most common and widespread natural disaster in the world.

What are Flash Floods?

200

This noun means every single thing or every particular of an aggregate or total; all.

What is Everything?

200

Rain, snow, and hail are all kinds of this.

What is Precipitation?

300

This weather front is caused by two cold fronts blocking off a warm front.

What is an Occluded Front?

300

This climate zone is separated into two distinctly named zones and is also home to the Equator.

What is the Tropical Zone?

300

This natural disaster forms over the oceans and bring high-speed winds and water on a devastating scale.

What is a Hurricane?

300

A common expression in the current age which can mean that something is important, maybe even the MOST important.

What is Everything?

300

This is the process in which clouds are created. It's also what creates water droplets on your glass.

What is Condensation?

400

This cloud is very common in Oregon and could be described as fog in the distance.

What is a Stratus cloud?

400

After examining data showing changes in the amount of sunlight reaching Earth over time, the number of major volcanic eruptions, and many other possible causes for the increase in Earth’s global temperature, scientists have determined that this is the most likely cause.

What is Human Activity?

400

This natural disaster is quite a mystery, but it is believed that they form from rotating thunderstorms.

What is a Tornado?

400

This Grammy nominated song by Michael Bublé ends with the lyrics,

"So, la, la, la, la, la, la, la

So, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la"

What is Everything?

400

This is the process of water becoming a vapor.

What is Evaporation?
500

This weather front is displayed on a weather map as alternating shapes facing opposite directions on a line with both red and blue colors.

What is a Stationary Front?

500

This is the climate zone that we, in Oregon, live in.

What us the Temperate Zone?

500

This natural disaster is the most destructive of all. In fact, the most destructive one in the U.S. took place not far from here.

What is a Volcano?

500

A popular movie that heavily features Danish toys from the 1930's introduced the world to a song about this all-encompassing thing being AWESOME.

What is Everything?

500
This is the process of a liquid becoming a solid.
What is Freezing or Crystallization?
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