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100

This sphere of the earth is composed of all living things

What is the biosphere?

100

Occurs on a surface of a liquid as it changes into the gas phase

What is evaporation?

100

I am associated with "happy" weather

What is a High pressure system?

100

I measure the direction of the wind

What is a wind vane?

100

Weather occurs here

What is the troposphere?

200

I am a sphere of the earth composed of gases

What is the atmosphere?

200

Water vapor that leaves plants, trees, leaves, shrubs, into the surrounding air 

What is transpiration?

200

Clear skies and few clouds indicates

What is a high pressure system?

200

To measure the temperature of water or air, this instrument is used

What is a thermometer?

200

Water vapor is most concentrated in__________

What is the troposphere?

300

This is the water layer of the earth

What is the hydrosphere?

300

I am a part of the water cycle that is responsible for cloud formation

What is condensation?

300

I am associated with stormy conditions

What is a low pressure system?

300

This tool is used to measure wind speed

What is an anemometer?

300

Meteors burn up in this layer

What is the mesosphere?

400

This is the rock layer of the earth

What is the lithosphere?

400

I power the entire water cycle

What is the sun?

400

I turn counterclockwise and away from the center

What is a Low pressure system?

400

Needed to measure humidity (spins around) 

What is a sling psychrometer?

400

Ozone is located here

What is the stratosphere?

500

This gas composes nearly 78% of the atmosphere

What is nitrogen?

500

Another name for the water cycle

What is the hydraulic cycle?

500

The name of the cool website shown in class to show air pressure systems around the world

What is Ventusky?

500

Used to measure air pressure

What is a barometer?

500

As altitude increases in the troposphere, air pressure____________

What is decreases?

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