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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by pjgscioisamazing » April 11th, 2009, 7:12 pm

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crabnebula143 wrote:Does any one know how specific the questions will be (on a state test ) for semi-permanent pressure cells?

thnx.
tat will depend on the person making the test but it will probably be as specific as the questions on the test i gave u
What exactly is a semi permanent pressure cell?
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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by crabnebula143 » April 11th, 2009, 7:17 pm

pjgscioisamazing wrote: What exactly is a semi permanent pressure cell?
Well, you know how the Earth receives heat unevenly from the sun? Semi permanent pressure cells sort of work sort of like air pressure (regions of high pressure going to regions of low pressure) + they try to even the amount of heat throughout the globe which the sun distributes unevenly. The permanent pressure cells also triggers winds, such as the westerlies. yeah..... I'm not making any sense. I would suggest that you search on google.
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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by SSANationalTeam1 » April 11th, 2009, 8:48 pm

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crabnebula143 wrote:Does any one know how specific the questions will be (on a state test ) for semi-permanent pressure cells?

thnx.
tat will depend on the person making the test but it will probably be as specific as the questions on the test i gave u

and wat test was that

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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by SSANationalTeam1 » April 11th, 2009, 8:57 pm

Does anyone remember what the Meteorology test was from 3 years ago. Cause I know the topic changes every year
If so, can you get me up to speed?

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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by pjgscioisamazing » April 11th, 2009, 9:08 pm

SSANationalTeam1 wrote:Does anyone remember what the Meteorology test was from 3 years ago. Cause I know the topic changes every year
If so, can you get me up to speed?
3 years ago, 2006, was Climate. 07 was Everyday Weather, and last year was severe storms
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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by SSANationalTeam1 » April 11th, 2009, 9:28 pm

ok, so in 2006, it was the same topic?

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Post by pjgscioisamazing » April 11th, 2009, 9:29 pm

SSANationalTeam1 wrote:ok, so in 2006, it was the same topic?
Yes, well a little diffrerent rules. It was a lot less focused on climate change, while now the event should rly be called climate change :lol: :lol: Well maybe taht's an exaggeration but it's close lol
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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by doctor » April 12th, 2009, 9:01 am

so next year is going to be everyday weather right?
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Post by pjgscioisamazing » April 12th, 2009, 9:12 am

doctor wrote:so next year is going to be everyday weather right?
Yup, but I won't be able to do it cause I'm going up to C
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Re: Meteorology(climate)

Post by SSANationalTeam1 » April 12th, 2009, 9:27 am

doctor wrote:so next year is going to be everyday weather right?
I thought that next year was gonna be clouds

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