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Secondary Geography
In this lesson we explore the main climate zones, their link to the global atmospheric circulation and the influence of the oceans.
Secondary Geography
Information about depressions and anticyclones
Secondary Geography
Synoptic weather charts The figure below shows the synoptic pressure chart at midnight on Wednesday, 17 May. 1. Name the pressure feature running from
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Isotherms The figure below is a map of isotherms, showing the average mean temperatures for January over the UK, based on average values for
Secondary Geography
This unit explains what is meant by the term ‘climate’ and outlines the factors that govern the climate of the British Isles.
Secondary Geography
Most thunderstorms are associated with towering clouds known as cumulonimbus.
Secondary Geography
Guide to shipping forecasts This is a brief guide to the main terms used in the shipping forecasts that are broadcast on BBC Radio 4,
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The word monsoon is derived from the Arabic word ‘mausim’, meaning season. It was first used by Arabic navigators to describe the seasonal winds
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we look at the difference between weather and climate and introduce climate graphs.
Secondary Geography
An atmosphere is defined as the gaseous envelope that surrounds a celestial body. Therefore, the Earth, like other planets in the solar system, has
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Tropical continentalPolar continentalTropical maritimePolar maritimeReturning polar maritimeArcticAir masses characteristics Introduction The idea that northerly winds (i.e. winds from the north) are cold, and southerly
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The figure below shows the pressure system over the UK and western Europe on 9 May. 1. What is the name given to the
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Air masses are parcels of air that bring distinctive weather features to the country. An air mass is a body or ‘mass’ of air
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Useful Information about Tropical Cyclone Haiyan/Yolanda
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In this series Pete Inness explains what weather systems are, why they happen and how we can understand weather systems.
Secondary Geography
By the end of the lesson, pupils will know and understand: The characteristics of depressions and fronts and the sequence of associated weather; the
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Anticyclones, Depressions and Fronts By the end of the lesson, you will be able to: Understand the characteristics of depressions and fronts and the
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