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    survival and have planned to persevere extreme weather events. In this unit, students will observe models and analyze data to learn how the interplay between atmospheric variables such as temperature, air pressure, and moisture leads to the typical and sometimes extreme weather events that humans’ experience. Analyzing weather data to make predictions is a key part of this unit and students’ understanding of how weather patterns can help us predict future weather events. This unit aims at explaining how

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    climate and weather- the two really are quite different. Weather describes the atmospheric condition over a short period of time that is from day to day or week to week. While climate describes average conditions over a long period of time. Step out and you experience many facets of weather. Air temperature and pressure, humidity, wind speed and direction, cloud type and cover and the amount and form of precipitation are all the characteristics of the momentary conditions we call weather. The sun is

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    starts reading a poem or story, to check the weather" (Foster 75). If there's one element of a literary work that can easily affect a scene, it is the weather. Weather in literature can vary greatly from rain to snow to hail to fog and onwards. There is one type of weather, however, that is prominently featured within Albert Camus' novel The Stranger, and that is hot, sunny weather. The novel's protagonist Meursault frequently makes remarks of the weather surrounding him, from the blazing sun at his

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    9/20/17 Weather can influence many things in literature. It can influence the mood, plot, characters, & setting. Foster makes it very clear to us that an author will never put weather into a story with no reasoning behind it. Weather is not just simply a setting in literature. The author begins the chapter "It's More Than Just Rain or Snow" by explaining what mood the quote "It was a dark and stormy night" creates. He explains how weather is never placed in a story for no reason. Weather is a factor

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    The current event article I chose is called “Recent improvement and projected worsening of weather in the United States” by Patrick J. Egan and Megan Mullin published in the journal Nature. Egan is an Assistant Professor of Politics and Public Policy at NYU. He has written or co-written many works ranging from LGBTQ+ rights to politics, to climate change. He seems to write a lot about public opinion and how it comes to be. Egan’s works have been published in journals ranging from Journal of Politics

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    In Indiana, like other states, the weather can change rapidly which can impact agriculture. It can affect the performance, management and financial end. Weather has huge impact on agricultural communities . It can make problems for all of the people around. This small problem can make a much bigger problem. As a farming family, we have so many risks that we have seen and done. Each generation of us have experienced different risks and made it. Working through the risks that I have to face working

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    The reading and the lecture discuss weather the migration hypothesis is true for the edomontosaurs- the elephant like dinosaurs to prove the North Slope as their habitat. The lecturer puts forth three aspects, each of which has casts doubt on the three points presented in the reading passage. To begin with, the professor avers that at the time of the edomontosaurs the temperature in the North slopes was warmer than ours. She says that the warmer temperature helps to have good vegetation in summer

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    that are right across the street from these beaches. They don't tend to remember the bipolar weather that comes into play as they cross that Georgia to Florida line. Florida although bipolar in its weather patterns, has become a very popular tourist destination and retirement spot for millions of Americans. But, little do they know, Florida is not what it is cracked up to be. Although Florida's weather is very hot; but we do have very much rain. In fact, the state has the highest number of thunderstorms

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    climate change and erratic weather patterns are among the most prevalent news items. Moreover, modern day humans have developed a habit of checking the daily weather update, and they use this information for planning their day activities. Citing the recent weather disasters, such as the Tsunami, and Hurricane Katrina, weather patterns have become an integral part of the modern day living. According to a study by Horanont, Phithakkitnukoon and Leong, particular weather conditions influence human activities

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    Description of Weather/Climate So our weather in Iowa has patterns because we have seasons. Our seasons are Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. They have a pattern on when they change Winter starts December 22nd, Spring starts March 22nd, Summer starts June 22nd and Fall starts September 22nd and then the pattern starts all over again. It depends on what season you are in to determine how cold/hot it will be outside and how much rain/snow it will get. The seasons change because when the earth is

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