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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by pjgscioisamazing » March 23rd, 2009, 4:17 pm

L42 wrote:There will always be weather questions, no matter what the focus. At least, in my experience.
There shouldn't be any this year...
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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by denmarksoccer » March 23rd, 2009, 4:33 pm

Doesn't it say on the rule sheet "weather vs. climate"? In the test i took, they asked us to identify if it was weather.
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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by jcms science boy » March 23rd, 2009, 5:10 pm

they should have some weather questions because there is a section, "weather vs. climate" in the rule, but there shouldn't be too many questions bout it....

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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by pjgscioisamazing » March 24th, 2009, 7:36 pm

jcms science boy wrote:they should have some weather questions because there is a section, "weather vs. climate" in the rule, but there shouldn't be too many questions bout it....
Yeah I know that the weather v. climate should be there, but there shouldn't be any questions about weather itself.
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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by jcms science boy » March 24th, 2009, 10:19 pm

denmarksoccer wrote:You should put stuff about paleological proxies on there.
what is paleological proxies and what do i need 2 put??/

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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by pjgscioisamazing » March 25th, 2009, 4:33 pm

jcms science boy wrote:
denmarksoccer wrote:You should put stuff about paleological proxies on there.
what is paleological proxies and what do i need 2 put??/
A paleoproxy is something that can help you determine climates of places in teh past. Examples include ice cores, tree cores (dendrochronology), lacustrine sediments, and im sure there are probably a couple others.
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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by jcms science boy » March 25th, 2009, 4:46 pm

pjgscioisamazing wrote:
jcms science boy wrote:
denmarksoccer wrote:You should put stuff about paleological proxies on there.
what is paleological proxies and what do i need 2 put??/
A paleoproxy is something that can help you determine climates of places in teh past. Examples include ice cores, tree cores (dendrochronology), lacustrine sediments, and im sure there are probably a couple others.
oh thnx i thought it was something else. i already have bunch of information bout it.

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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by jcms science boy » March 26th, 2009, 12:29 am

is there any good sites for solar weather????

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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by oxfordcrew » March 26th, 2009, 10:01 am

Science Olympiad is tomorrow and my partner and I just started. We are leaving to go today!!! YIKES!!!! HELP!! I know nothing about meteorology, well climate but we printed out an example quiz and I did good, does that mean I know it??? I am also very nervous this is my first year!!! :?: :!: :?: :!: :?: :!:

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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by denmarksoccer » March 26th, 2009, 3:05 pm

That depends on how hard that test was. Also, for the test, just calm down and try to think clearly.
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