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Mr. Fry

May 14th

Welcome Earth Science Students.  We will be working on the final earth science chapters this week.  We start with Stars!  Let's watch this video today and for homework write a one page response.

here is the video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XV9RXGMuUIo

Thanks and I'll see you tomorrow!

FRY



April 11, 2018

Hello Earth Science Students.  Here are some materials for the test on Friday.  It will consist of 1.  Calculating Dew point and Relative Humidity
    links for this

            What is Dew Point and Relative Humidity:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EbDKEAy5tw

                REFERENCE TABLE FOR DEWPOINT AND RELATIVE HUMIDITY:  http://www.p12.nysed.gov/assessment/reftable/earthscience-rt/esrt2011-engr.pdf. PAGE 12


                How to Calculate Dew point and Relative Humidity:     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mipaX-2oxwA

                    AND... The Worksheet on Finding Dewpoint and Relative Humidity:     

http://hmxearthscience.com/Warehouse/meteorology/documents/Humidity%20and%20Dewpoint%20Practice%20ASSIGNMENT.pdf


2.  Temperature and Pressure conversion
    link for this

                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWrKpBMwm4w

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYeQLA1eI0s

3.  Station Models

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nFGZl1h2OM&t=250s

4. Air Masses and Fronts

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBNIVzb0sds

If you scroll down, you can get the power points for Dew point and Relative Humidity, Station Models, and Air Masses and Fronts located with the large red P
                        











Seasons Simulator:


http://astro.unl.edu/naap/motion1/animations/seasons_ecliptic.html


Sun Motions Simulator:

http://astro.unl.edu/classaction/animations/coordsmotion/sunmotions.html


























Welcome Earth Science Students
I have attached some very helpful links and information regarding the Mid Term for Earth Science on Wednesday Jan 24th at 1:15.

The last topic we will review was the first one that we studied:  Field Values and Isolines

Longitude and Latitude:  Latitude lines run across the globe and measure how far North or South from the equator you are.  Longitude lines run up and down on the globe and measure how Far East or west you are from the prime meridian.  Each time you move 15 degrees toward the East you gain one hour and each time you move 15 degrees to the west you loose an hour. Los Angles is 3 hours behind NY because they are located at the 130 W longitude and we are at the 75 W longitude.  

Link to lat/long review:   


Here's topographic map and profile practice and Density links:

Here is setting up a profile:


calculating gradient:


density:


Here are the links to the earth science reference tables.  It's a youtube playlist that you can fast forward the ones you don't need (they are crossed out on your copy or simply missing).  Good luck:


good luck and email me any questions you might have!!!!

FRY


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