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TRINI SOZA, 5h PERIOD. Chapter 4 ? pgs 88-98, pgs 108-112 MC 1-5, 11 FRQ #1 Chapter 14 ? pgs 381-185,, 194-202 FRQ # 1, 2 pg. 390 Global processes determine weather and climate Weather includes temperature, humidity, clouds, precipitation, wind speed and atmospheric pressure Climate means the average weather that occurs in a given region over a long period of time Northern areas and South Poles are colder than those closer to the equator Areas at high elevations are colder than areas in lower elevation Areas near the equator receive tremendous amounts of rain Regions at latitudes around 30 degrees N and S receive very little rain Differences in temperature and precipitation determine which organisms can survive in specific areas

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