Ultraviolet rays from the sun
A narrow band of strong winds that blows in the upper region of the atmosphere
The spinning of the air in the same direction as Earth's rotation
The spinning of the air in the opposite direction of Earth's rotation
The movement of air from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure
She recorded the temperature at only one time a day instead of more often.
She made her conclusion based only on temperatuer and not also on precipitaiton.
She made her conclusion based on only 1 week of data instead of over a long period of time
She did not calculate the humidity, air pressure, and wind condtions when she made her conclusion
Winds transfer energy around the Earth
Winds are caused by the energy of the sun
Winds move because of differential warming of the air
Winds transfer energy from the air to the ground.
Florida has relatively flat topography and is located at or near sea level.
Limestone exists at or near the ground surface in most areas of Florida
Florida has frequent, intense thunderstorms that are accompanied by intense lighning
The lower layers of soil are made of organic material that can vecome very dry during droughts.
A cool temperature
A high pressure system
An approaching cold front
A high amount of water vapor in the air
Hail and rain are both solids
Hail and rain are both liquids
Hail is a liquid, and rain is a solid
Hail is a solid, and rain is a liquid
The sun's energy drives the water cycle, which determines precipitation.
The Sun'e energy creates wind patterns that bring precipitation to different areas.
The sun's energy controls the amount of condensation and therefore precipitation.
The sun's energy starts the water cycle by causing percolation, which leads to precipitation.
Gainsesville is farther north than Miami is, so latitude will make its temperatures vary more widely.
Miami is closer than the ocean, and winds from the ocean cause its temperatures to vary greatly.
Miami is closer to the ocean, which affects its climate by keeping its temperatures more consistent.
Gainsville is farther inland, which affects its climate by keeping it warmer at night and colder in the day.
North and south
East and west
Palm trees only
Ocean water only
Ocean water and sand
Palm trees and ocean water