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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 VHEMES vhemes = visual + themesstart by dragging a predesigned vheme onto the canvas OBJECTS drag and drop icons,shapes, text or upload your own from our extensive library of artwork your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] double click on textto edit or change TEXT TROPOSPHERE:The lowest level of the atmosphere, 10 KM thick.Primarily composed of 21% oxygen and 78% nitrogen.The higher you go up in the troposphere, the more the temperature will drop! STRATOSPHERE20 KM thick.Holds a very minimum amount of water vapor.The temperature increases with height because of the heat produced from the process of ozone making. MESOSPHERE350 KM thick.Able to slow down and burn up meteorites.Gases become thinner with height.Because of ultraviolet radiations, the risk of having a temperature drop because of having a small height.Averagely the temperature is around -15oC to -120oC ExosphereComposed of Hydrogen and HeliumIt begins to be a part of outer space (the outside part of atmosphere) Pressure and altitude are related, they affect each other.The higher altitude the lower pressure will be and the opposite.How does this happen? it is because the higher you go,the less air there is. There are thinner air, thinner air the higher you go so there is less air pushing their weight on you THEREMOSPHEREThe height is above 400 KM You can find satellites hereBecause of high energy ultra violet radiation,the temperature increases drastically and it can go up to 2000oC.We would still feel cold here since and extremely thin layer that mesosphere has How pressure changes with altitude? Between the solar radiation and the atmosphere they have reactions, which are;1. Acts as a filter and controls the amount of radiation to the earth2. Provides natural green house effect that maintains temperature and climate Physical process in the atmosphere 1. Radiation: When the energy is absorbed right through. For example: whenyou go outside to play on a sunny day and you feel warmth in your face.2. Conduction: Transfer of heat from one molecule through another substance.For example: youre stirring coffee and you feel that the mug or spoon is hot.3. Convection: Transfer of heat to the movement of fluid. High and thin clouds primarily transmit incoming radiations.But at the same time, they trap the outgoing infrared radiation and radiateit back down to earth and warms the surface. Condensation: Transformation of water vapor to waterdroplets. It creates clouds and fog. Evaporation: The process where water transforms into gas.The source of this energy transformation is from solar energy. Sublimation: the process where solid water(ice and snow) is transformed into water vapor. Precipitation: When condensed water vapor falls down to earth.Most commonly, its rain. But it canalso hail,snow, fog, drip, graupel (soft hail), and sleet. Advantages of atmosphere -Radiation Shield-Security blanket-Helmet-Whether-Plant life-Communication-Plant reproduction
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