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Mr. Wagner Guy Pierre

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My City's Climate factors (Unit 4 Project)

1. Locate your city on the globe = https://www.google.com/earth/ 2. Screenshot your city 3. Using the RECORDING TOOL, describe the things that affect the weather & climate of your city, such as: - is your city far from the equator? How does it affect your city? - is your city near water (i.e. lake, sea, or ocean)? How does it affect your city? - is your city have many trees? How does it affect your city? -is your city near or on top of a mountain? How does it affect your city? - is your city above sea-level or high above the ground? How does it affect your city? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxNtfNKvV0E Almost anything can happen with the weather. Climate, however, is more predictable. Climate is the long-term average of weather in a particular spot. The climate of any particular place is influenced by a host of interacting factors. These include latitude, elevation, nearby water, ocean currents, topography, vegetation, and prevailing winds.

8th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Science
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