Monday, 23 January 2017

Interpreting a weather map

Today's weather forecast map for Europe
Metereologits make weather maps with data sent by satellites. A weather map usually includes information about atmospheric pressure at sea level.
  • Isobars are the lines connecting points of equal pressure
  • The H indicates high pressure
  • The L indicates low pressure
  • Fronts are drawn with jagged line
  • Wind sometimes are represented by arrow.
  • The closer the isobars are to each other, the stronger the wind are.
TASK
Explain what the following represent.
  • The lines
  • the letters H and L
  • The jagged lines
Describe what the weather will be like
  • In hight pressure areas
  • In low pressure areas
  • In areas affected by a front
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Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Environmental Problems´ Presentation

We will go to make a Power Point about the environmental problems. You can look for ideas  in  your book, pag 64-65 or in these links:
These  presentations will make in  groups of 2 people. You send me your work.  Some groups  show us your presentation in class.