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Chapter 19 Air Pressure and Wind Section 19.2 Pressure Centers and

Section 19.2 Pressure Centers and Winds This section describes cyclones, anticyclones, and global wind patterns. Reading Strategy
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Chapter 19 Air Pressure and Wind Section 19.2 Pressure Centers and

Chapter 19 Air Pressure and Wind Section 19.2 Pressure Centers and Winds ... Chapter 19 Air Pressure and Wind © Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Pearson Prentice ...
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Global and Local Winds

Refer to your worksheet for these winds. The winds are named ... Sea Breeze: Rising Air, Sinking Air, High Pressure ... an _____ (blows towards the ocean)
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Atmospheric Motion – Pressure and Winds Outline

Objects come into contact with “obstacles” in atmosphere – air pressure changes, air density, water/land boundaries, etc. Controls only . speed (velocity)
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Factors affecting Climate

There are a number of factors that affect the climate of a particular place in the ... Winds result from the earth trying to equalize pressure from areas of high pressure ...
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Blood Pressure: Tighter Guidelines for the New Century

CHAPTER 2 SECTION 1 PHYSIOLOGY OF BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL SECTION 2 SYSTEMS EFFECTING BLOOD ... Many other factors can affect blood pressure including the water volume in ...
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Atmospheric Pressure

The surface of the Earth exerts a frictional drag on the ... 01 02 04 07 10 13 16 00 05 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 ... The shades of blue indicate winds less than 60 knots ...
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Hurricane characteristics Sustained winds of 120 km or more Sea level pressure < than 990 mb Varying sizes but cloud shield usually > 400 km diameter
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Chapter 6: Air Pressure and Winds Welcome to CUNY The City

C) the Earth would lose its atmosphere . D) all air would move in one direction only ... B) air density . C) wind force . D) weight of the air above . E) air temperature
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Chapter 6: Air Pressure and Winds Welcome to CUNY The City

C) the Earth would lose its atmosphere . D) all air would move in ... B) air density . C) wind force . D) weight of the air ... normally increases with height in the layer of air ...
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