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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Atmosphere Questions

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Grade 6 Atmosphere
What of Earth's spheres is composed of a mixture of gases?
  1. geosphere
  2. hydrosphere
  3. atmosphere
  4. biosphere
Grade 6 Atmosphere
When convection occurs in the atmosphere
  1. Cold air rises and warm air sinks
  2. Warm air rises, cold air sinks
  3. Warm air rises and cold air rises
  4. Both cold and warm air sink
Grade 6 Atmosphere
These are used to photograph and track large-scale air movements.
  1. weather balloons
  2. weather satellites
  3. sling psychrometers
  4. barometers
Grade 6 Atmosphere
High speed winds about 10 km above Earth's surface
  1. jet streams
  2. global winds
  3. local winds
  4. latitude
Grade 6 Atmosphere
Convection currents in the atmosphere are driven by
  1. energy from the sun
  2. Earth's rotation
  3. precipitation
  4. ocean currents
Grade 6 Atmosphere
Climate conditions include the following:
  1. amount of sunlight the area receives
  2. the average temperatures
  3. the amount of moisture available
  4. all of the above
Grade 6 Atmosphere
A tropical depression is
  1. Marked by winds of no more than 34 mph and thunderstorms
  2. What a hurricane that is dying out is called
  3. The groove made in the sand after a hurricane has hit
  4. A tropical storm that produces tornadoes and cold rain
Grade 6 Atmosphere
What would the following symbol indicate on a weather map?
Symbol - Stationary Front
  1. Cold Front
  2. Warm Front
  3. Occluded Front
  4. Stationary Front
Grade 6 Atmosphere
Grade 6 Atmosphere
Grade 6 Atmosphere
Meteorologists study
  1. the galaxies and planets beyond our solar system
  2. meteors and comets
  3. the Earth's atmosphere and the conditions that affect weather
  4. waves, tides, ocean currents, and the ocean floor
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