• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very
important and should be recorded in your
science journal.
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-Nice neat notes that are legible and use indentations
when appropriate.
-Example of indent.
-Skip a line between topics
-...
• RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very
important and should be recorded in your
science journal.
• BLACK SLIDE: Pay at...
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• The oceans play a major role in influencing
changes in the world's climate and weather.
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Warm water from the tropics flows north
toward the ice caps.
– This keeps the ice caps in the northern
regions from cree...
• Warm water from the tropics flows north
toward the ice caps.
– This keeps the ice caps in the northern
regions from cree...
• Warm water from the tropics flows north
toward the ice caps.
– This keeps the ice caps in the northern
regions from cree...
• Cold water from the north flows south
toward the tropics.
– This keeps the tropics from becoming to
warm.
Copyright © 20...
• Cold water from the north flows south
toward the tropics.
– This keeps the tropics from becoming to
warm.
Copyright © 20...
• Thermohaline circulation, also called the Global
Ocean Conveyor, moves water between the
deep and surface ocean worldwid...
• Thermohaline circulation, also called the Global
Ocean Conveyor, moves water between the
deep and surface ocean worldwid...
• Video Link! The Thermohaline Circulation.
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3niR_-
Kv4SM
• Video Link! The Thermohaline Circulation.
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3niR_-
Kv4SM
Learn more about Thermohaline Ci...
• Video Link! (Gulf Stream)
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLqL-
TVcuGM
• Without the ocean global conveyor of
warm and cold currents,
• Without the ocean global conveyor of
warm and cold currents, the earth’s
climate would become drastically different.
• Without the ocean global conveyor of
warm and cold currents, the earth’s
climate would become drastically different.
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
• Oceans
– Heat and cool the earth.
– The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar
radiation and slowly releasing heat ...
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• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by not absorb...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by not absorb...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by not absorb...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
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• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
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• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans..
A.) Heat and cool the earth.
B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing ...
• You can now complete this question about
the oceans.
• El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the
eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring
every 4 to 12 years and caus...
• El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the
eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring
every 4 to 12 years and caus...
• El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the
eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring
every 4 to 12 years and caus...
• El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the
eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring
every 4 to 12 years and caus...
• El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the
eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring
every 4 to 12 years and caus...
• El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the
eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring
every 4 to 12 years and caus...
• El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the
eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring
every 4 to 12 years and caus...
• El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the
eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring
every 4 to 12 years and caus...
• El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the
eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring
every 4 to 12 years and caus...
• El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the
eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring
every 4 to 12 years and caus...
• La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures in
Pacific.
• La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures in
Pacific. Brings the opposite of El Nino.
• La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures in
Pacific. Brings the opposite of El Nino.
Learn more at…
http://www.pmel.noaa.gov...
• Video Link! El Nino
– https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FVZrw7b
k1w
• El Nino and La Nina Video Link (Optional)
– https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzcKBeW
44ao (48 Minutes)
• Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
• You can now complete this question on the
homework.
Hydrosphere
interacts with
atmosphere
(Water cycle)
Hydrosphere
interacts with
atmosphere
(Water cycle)
The atmosphere
interacts with the
ecosphere. (Plants and
animals breat...
Hydrosphere
interacts with
atmosphere
(Water cycle)
The atmosphere
interacts with the
ecosphere. (Plants and
animals breat...
Hydrosphere
interacts with
atmosphere
(Water cycle)
The atmosphere
interacts with the
ecosphere. (Plants and
animals breat...
• Ecosphere: The surface of the earth and
all the ecosystems.
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• Lithosphere: Below the surface, in the
crust and mantle.
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• Hydrosphere: All waters not in atmosphere
and lithosphere.
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• Atmosphere: The area of gases that
surround the planet.
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• What is so special about the water in this
photograph?
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• What is so special about the water in this
photograph?
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• What is so special about the water in this
photograph?
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• What is so special about the water in this
photograph?
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• What is so special about the water in this
photograph?
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Compare the importance of water
commonly existing in all three states of
matter.
• Compare the importance of water
commonly existing in all three states of
matter.
Water commonly
exists in all
three stat...
• Compare the importance of water
commonly existing in all three states of
matter.
Water commonly
exists in all
three stat...
• Compare the importance of water
commonly existing in all three states of
matter.
Water commonly
exists in all
three stat...
• Compare the importance of water
commonly existing in all three states of
matter.
Water exists
commonly in
its solid state
• Compare the importance of water
commonly existing in all three states of
matter.
Water exists
commonly in
its solid state
• Compare the importance of water
commonly existing in all three states of
matter.
• On Mars, we can see that water is most
abundant in its solid form of ice.
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El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
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El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
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El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
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El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
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El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint
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This PowerPoint is one small part of the Weather and Climate unit from www.sciencepowerpoint.com. This unit consists of a five part 2500+ slide PowerPoint roadmap, 14 page bundled homework package, modified homework, detailed answer keys, 19 pages of unit notes for students who may require assistance, follow along worksheets, and many review games. The homework and lesson notes chronologically follow the PowerPoint slideshow. The answer keys and unit notes are great for support professionals. The activities and discussion questions in the slideshow are meaningful. The PowerPoint includes built-in instructions, visuals, and review questions. Also included are critical class notes (color coded red), project ideas, video links, and review games. This unit also includes four PowerPoint review games (110+ slides each with Answers), 38+ video links, lab handouts, activity sheets, rubrics, materials list, templates, guides, and much more. Also included is a 190 slide first day of school PowerPoint presentation.
Areas of Focus within The Weather and Climate Unit: -What is weather?, Climate, Importance of the Atmosphere, Components of the Atmosphere, Layers of the Atmosphere, Air Quality and Pollution, Carbon Monoxide, Ozone Layer, Ways to Avoid Skin Cancer, Air Pressure, Barometer, Air Pressure and Wind, Fronts, Wind, Global Wind, Coriolis Force, Jet Stream, Sea Breeze / Land Breeze, Mountain Winds, Mountain Rain Shadow, Wind Chill, Flight, Dangerous Weather Systems, Light, Albedo, Temperature, Thermometers, Seasons, Humidity / Condensation / Evaporation, Dew Points, Clouds, Types of Clouds, Meteorology, Weather Tools, Isotherms, Ocean Currents, Enhanced Global Warming, Greenhouse Effect, The Effects of Global Warming, Biomes, Types of Biomes. Difficulty rating 8/10.

This unit aligns with the Next Generation Science Standards and with Common Core Standards for ELA and Literacy for Science and Technical Subjects. See preview for more information
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El Nino, La Nina, Ocean Circulation, Weather and Climate Unit, Earth Science Lesson PowerPoint

  1. 1. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  2. 2. • RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very important and should be recorded in your science journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  3. 3. -Nice neat notes that are legible and use indentations when appropriate. -Example of indent. -Skip a line between topics -Don’t skip pages -Make visuals clear and well drawn.
  4. 4. • RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very important and should be recorded in your science journal. • BLACK SLIDE: Pay attention, follow directions, complete projects as described and answer required questions neatly. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  5. 5. http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Website Link:
  6. 6. • The oceans play a major role in influencing changes in the world's climate and weather.
  7. 7. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  8. 8. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  9. 9. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  10. 10. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  11. 11. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  12. 12. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  13. 13. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  14. 14. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon. This is also nice for aquatic organisms because the water never gets hot or cold too quickly.
  15. 15. • Warm water from the tropics flows north toward the ice caps. – This keeps the ice caps in the northern regions from creeping south. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  16. 16. • Warm water from the tropics flows north toward the ice caps. – This keeps the ice caps in the northern regions from creeping south. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  17. 17. • Warm water from the tropics flows north toward the ice caps. – This keeps the ice caps in the northern regions from creeping south. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  18. 18. • Cold water from the north flows south toward the tropics. – This keeps the tropics from becoming to warm. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  19. 19. • Cold water from the north flows south toward the tropics. – This keeps the tropics from becoming to warm. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  20. 20. • Thermohaline circulation, also called the Global Ocean Conveyor, moves water between the deep and surface ocean worldwide.
  21. 21. • Thermohaline circulation, also called the Global Ocean Conveyor, moves water between the deep and surface ocean worldwide.
  22. 22. • Video Link! The Thermohaline Circulation. – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3niR_- Kv4SM
  23. 23. • Video Link! The Thermohaline Circulation. – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3niR_- Kv4SM Learn more about Thermohaline Circulation at… http://www.pik-potsdam.de/~stefan/thc_fact_sheet.html
  24. 24. • Video Link! (Gulf Stream) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLqL- TVcuGM
  25. 25. • Without the ocean global conveyor of warm and cold currents,
  26. 26. • Without the ocean global conveyor of warm and cold currents, the earth’s climate would become drastically different.
  27. 27. • Without the ocean global conveyor of warm and cold currents, the earth’s climate would become drastically different.
  28. 28. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  29. 29. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  30. 30. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  31. 31. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  32. 32. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  33. 33. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  34. 34. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  35. 35. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  36. 36. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  37. 37. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  38. 38. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  39. 39. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  40. 40. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  41. 41. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  42. 42. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  43. 43. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  44. 44. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  45. 45. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water
  46. 46. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  47. 47. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  48. 48. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  49. 49. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  50. 50. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  51. 51. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  52. 52. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  53. 53. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  54. 54. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  55. 55. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  56. 56. • Oceans – Heat and cool the earth. – The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). – Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles – Humidify and dry the planet. – Control the wind speed and direction. – Part of the water and carbon cycle – Phytoplankton in ocean produce half the oxygen – Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon. Learn more about oceans, weather, and climate at… http://oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/pd/oceans_w eather_climate/weather_and_climate_basics.html
  57. 57. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  58. 58. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by not absorbing solar radiation and quickly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (Low Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  59. 59. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by not absorbing solar radiation and quickly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (Low Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  60. 60. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by not absorbing solar radiation and quickly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (Low Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  61. 61. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  62. 62. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  63. 63. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Cold seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  64. 64. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Cold seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  65. 65. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Cold seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  66. 66. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  67. 67. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  68. 68. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Not a part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  69. 69. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Not a part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  70. 70. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Not a part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  71. 71. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  72. 72. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  73. 73. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Zooplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  74. 74. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Zooplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  75. 75. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Zooplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  76. 76. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Zooplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  77. 77. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  78. 78. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  79. 79. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  80. 80. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  81. 81. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  82. 82. • Which is bogus from the list below? Oceans.. A.) Heat and cool the earth. B.) The oceans influence climate by absorbing solar radiation and slowly releasing heat needed to drive the atmospheric circulation. (High Specific Heat). C.) Warm seas and wind are moved to the icy poles D.) Humidify and dry the planet. E.) Control the wind speed and direction. F.) Part of the water and carbon cycle G.) Phytoplankton in ocean produces half the oxygen H.) Releases aerosols (small particles) that influence cloud cover, fall as rain, and absorbing carbon.
  83. 83. • You can now complete this question about the oceans.
  84. 84. • El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring every 4 to 12 years and causing unusual global weather patterns. – Generally occurs in winter. – Winds get weaker, thus ocean gets warmer. – Thunderstorms that normally occur on the equator move eastward. • Southwest U.S. gets more water, Australia and Indonesia gets less (maybe). – La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures. Brings the Opposite of El Nino.
  85. 85. • El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring every 4 to 12 years and causing unusual global weather patterns. – Generally occurs in winter. – Winds get weaker, thus ocean gets warmer. – Thunderstorms that normally occur on the equator move eastward. • Southwest U.S. gets more water, Australia and Indonesia gets less (maybe). – La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures. Brings the Opposite of El Nino.
  86. 86. • El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring every 4 to 12 years and causing unusual global weather patterns. – Generally occurs in winter. – Winds get weaker, thus ocean gets warmer. – Thunderstorms that normally occur on the equator move eastward. • Southwest U.S. gets more water, Australia and Indonesia gets less (maybe). – La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures. Brings the Opposite of El Nino.
  87. 87. • El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring every 4 to 12 years and causing unusual global weather patterns. – Generally occurs in winter. – Winds get weaker, thus ocean gets warmer. – Thunderstorms that normally occur on the equator move eastward. • Southwest U.S. gets more water, Australia and Indonesia gets less (maybe). – La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures. Brings the Opposite of El Nino.
  88. 88. • El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring every 4 to 12 years and causing unusual global weather patterns. – Generally occurs in winter. – Winds get weaker, thus ocean gets warmer. – Thunderstorms that normally occur on the equator move eastward. • Southwest U.S. gets more water, Australia and Indonesia gets less (maybe). – La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures. Brings the Opposite of El Nino.
  89. 89. • El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring every 4 to 12 years and causing unusual global weather patterns. – Generally occurs in winter. – Winds get weaker, thus ocean gets warmer. – Thunderstorms that normally occur on the equator move eastward. • Southwest U.S. gets more water, Australia and Indonesia gets less (maybe). – La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures. Brings the Opposite of El Nino.
  90. 90. • El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring every 4 to 12 years and causing unusual global weather patterns. – Generally occurs in winter. – Winds get weaker, thus ocean gets warmer. – Thunderstorms that normally occur on the equator move eastward. • Southwest U.S. gets more water, Australia and Indonesia gets less (maybe). – La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures. Brings the Opposite of El Nino.
  91. 91. • El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring every 4 to 12 years and causing unusual global weather patterns. – Generally occurs in winter. – Winds get weaker, thus ocean gets warmer. – Thunderstorms that normally occur on the equator move eastward.
  92. 92. • El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring every 4 to 12 years and causing unusual global weather patterns. – Generally occurs in winter. – Winds get weaker, thus ocean gets warmer. – Thunderstorms that normally occur on the equator move eastward. • Southwest U.S. gets more water,
  93. 93. • El Nino: A warming of the surface water of the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, occurring every 4 to 12 years and causing unusual global weather patterns. – Generally occurs in winter. – Winds get weaker, thus ocean gets warmer. – Thunderstorms that normally occur on the equator move eastward. • Southwest U.S. gets more water, Australia and Indonesia gets less (maybe).
  94. 94. • La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures in Pacific.
  95. 95. • La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures in Pacific. Brings the opposite of El Nino.
  96. 96. • La Nina: Unusually cold temperatures in Pacific. Brings the opposite of El Nino. Learn more at… http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/tao/elnino/nino-home.html
  97. 97. • Video Link! El Nino – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FVZrw7b k1w
  98. 98. • El Nino and La Nina Video Link (Optional) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzcKBeW 44ao (48 Minutes)
  99. 99. • Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
  100. 100. • Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
  101. 101. • Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
  102. 102. • Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
  103. 103. • Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
  104. 104. • Which is El Nino, and which is La Nina?
  105. 105. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  106. 106. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  107. 107. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  108. 108. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  109. 109. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  110. 110. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  111. 111. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  112. 112. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  113. 113. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  114. 114. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  115. 115. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  116. 116. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  117. 117. • Which is El Nino and which is La Nina?
  118. 118. • You can now complete this question on the homework.
  119. 119. Hydrosphere interacts with atmosphere (Water cycle)
  120. 120. Hydrosphere interacts with atmosphere (Water cycle) The atmosphere interacts with the ecosphere. (Plants and animals breath - Carbon Cycle and nitrogen cycle
  121. 121. Hydrosphere interacts with atmosphere (Water cycle) The atmosphere interacts with the ecosphere. (Plants and animals breath - Carbon Cycle and nitrogen cycle Living things change the lithosphere, become rock, erode the land. (Phosphorus Cycle)
  122. 122. Hydrosphere interacts with atmosphere (Water cycle) The atmosphere interacts with the ecosphere. (Plants and animals breath - Carbon Cycle and nitrogen cycle Living things change the lithosphere, become rock, erode the land. (Phosphorus Cycle) The Hydrosphere, Atmosphere, Ecosphere and Lithosphere all interact within the biosphere.
  123. 123. • Ecosphere: The surface of the earth and all the ecosystems. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  124. 124. • Lithosphere: Below the surface, in the crust and mantle. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  125. 125. • Hydrosphere: All waters not in atmosphere and lithosphere. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  126. 126. • Atmosphere: The area of gases that surround the planet. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  127. 127. • What is so special about the water in this photograph? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  128. 128. • What is so special about the water in this photograph? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  129. 129. • What is so special about the water in this photograph? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  130. 130. • What is so special about the water in this photograph? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  131. 131. • What is so special about the water in this photograph? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
  132. 132. • Compare the importance of water commonly existing in all three states of matter.
  133. 133. • Compare the importance of water commonly existing in all three states of matter. Water commonly exists in all three states of matter
  134. 134. • Compare the importance of water commonly existing in all three states of matter. Water commonly exists in all three states of matter Water exists commonly in its solid state
  135. 135. • Compare the importance of water commonly existing in all three states of matter. Water commonly exists in all three states of matter Water exists commonly in its solid state
  136. 136. • Compare the importance of water commonly existing in all three states of matter. Water exists commonly in its solid state
  137. 137. • Compare the importance of water commonly existing in all three states of matter. Water exists commonly in its solid state
  138. 138. • Compare the importance of water commonly existing in all three states of matter.
  139. 139. • On Mars, we can see that water is most abundant in its solid form of ice.
  140. 140. http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Website Link:
  141. 141. Areas of Focus within The Weather and Climate Unit: What is weather?, Climate, Importance of the Atmosphere, Components of the Atmosphere, Layers of the Atmosphere, Air Quality and Pollution, Carbon Monoxide, Ozone Layer, Ways to Avoid Skin Cancer, Air Pressure, Barometer, Air Pressure and Wind, Fronts, Wind, Global Wind, Coriolis Force, Jet Stream, Sea Breeze / Land Breeze, Mountain Winds, Mountain Rain Shadow, Wind Chill, Flight, Dangerous Weather Systems, Light, Albedo, Temperature, Thermometers, Seasons, Humidity / Water, Oceans, Roles of Oceans, El Nino, La Nina Cycle, Dew Points, Clouds, Types of Clouds, Meteorology, Weather Tools, Isotherms, Ocean Currents, Enhanced Global Warming, Greenhouse Effect, The Effects of Global Warming, Biomes, Types of Biomes. http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Weather_Climate_Unit. html
  142. 142. • This PowerPoint is one small part of my Weather and Climate Unit. This unit includes… – A 5 part 2,500+ PowerPoint roadmap. – 16 page bundled homework and modified version that follows slideshow + answers. – 19 pages of unit notes with visuals – 25+ video links, two PowerPoint review games, rubrics, materials, list, curriculum guide, and much more. – http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Weather_Climate_ Unit.html
  143. 143. • Please visit the links below to learn more about each of the units in this curriculum – These units take me about four years to complete with my students in grades 5-10. Earth Science Units Extended Tour Link and Curriculum Guide Geology Topics Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Geology_Unit.html Astronomy Topics Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Astronomy_Unit.html Weather and Climate Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Weather_Climate_Unit.html Soil Science, Weathering, More http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Soil_and_Glaciers_Unit.html Water Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Water_Molecule_Unit.html Rivers Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/River_and_Water_Quality_Unit.html = Easier = More Difficult = Most Difficult 5th – 7th grade 6th – 8th grade 8th – 10th grade
  144. 144. Physical Science Units Extended Tour Link and Curriculum Guide Science Skills Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Science_Introduction_Lab_Safety_Metric_Methods. html Motion and Machines Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Newtons_Laws_Motion_Machines_Unit.html Matter, Energy, Envs. Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Energy_Topics_Unit.html Atoms and Periodic Table Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Atoms_Periodic_Table_of_Elements_Unit.html Life Science Units Extended Tour Link and Curriculum Guide Human Body / Health Topics http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Human_Body_Systems_and_Health_Topics_Unit.html DNA and Genetics Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/DNA_Genetics_Unit.html Cell Biology Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Cellular_Biology_Unit.html Infectious Diseases Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Infectious_Diseases_Unit.html Taxonomy and Classification Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Taxonomy_Classification_Unit.html Evolution / Natural Selection Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Evolution_Natural_Selection_Unit.html Botany Topics Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Plant_Botany_Unit.html Ecology Feeding Levels Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Ecology_Feeding_Levels_Unit.htm Ecology Interactions Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Ecology_Interactions_Unit.html Ecology Abiotic Factors Unit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/Ecology_Abiotic_Factors_Unit.html
  145. 145. • The entire four year curriculum can be found at... http://sciencepowerpoint.com/ Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. Thank you for your interest in this curriculum. Sincerely, Ryan Murphy M.Ed www.sciencepowerpoint@gmail.com
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