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How do land features affect the water cycle

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Sea breeze, land breeze and rain shadow effect

Sea breeze, land breeze and rain shadow effect

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  • 1. How do landfeatures affectthe watercycle?
  • 2. During daytime (on thebeach)- Does the beach feel hot?- When you swim in thewater is it hot or cold?
  • 3. LandWaterHotColdDuring daytime (on thebeach)Sea is cool air over sea iscoolLand is hot air over land ishot
  • 4. Sea breezeA breeze moving fromSea to land.
  • 5. During night time (on thebeach)- Does the beach feel hot orcold?- When you swim in thewater is it hot or cold?
  • 6. During night time (on thebeach)Sea is warm air over sea iswarmLand is cold air over land iscoldLandWaterHotCold
  • 7. Land breezeA breeze moving fromland to water.
  • 8. Sea breezestorms- Sometimes cool sea breezepush clouds toward the shore.- The clouds can then producestorms over the land.
  • 9. Rain shadows- When air reaches themountains it cannot pass so itmoves up the mountain till it isvery cold.- The vapor in the air condensesand it rains on that side of the(The other side of the mountainthat has no or little rain).
  • 10. - The air that passes themountain is dry.- So no clouds pass on the otherside (no rain).

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