By Michael Craghan
Examine actual geography at your individual pace
What is atmospheric strain? How does range point out the kind of weather a particular position can have? the place are volcanic eruptions or robust earthquakes probably to ensue? With actual Geography: A Self-Teaching advisor, you will find the solutions to those questions and plenty of extra concerning the fundamentals of the way our planet operates.
Veteran geography instructor Michael Craghan takes you on a guided travel of Earth's floor, explaining our planet's platforms and cycles and their advanced interactions step-by-step. From seasonal alterations to coastal approaches, from effluvial basins to deep sea fissures, Craghan places the emphasis on comprehension of the themes. He additionally contains greater than a hundred in particular commissioned illustrations and 50 photos to aid make clear tricky suggestions. The truly dependent structure of actual Geography makes it totally available, offering an simply understood, entire evaluation for everybody from the scholar to the beginner geographer to the hobbyist.
Like all Self-Teaching publications, actual Geography lets you construct steadily on what you've gotten learned-at your individual speed. Questions and self-tests make stronger the data in each one bankruptcy and let you pass forward or specialise in particular components of shock. jam-packed with beneficial, up to date info, this transparent, concise quantity is a priceless studying software and reference resource for someone who desires to increase his or her figuring out of actual geography.
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Extra resources for Physical Geography: A Self-Teaching Guide
1. At the solstice in December, insolation will be at its lowest level. The Sun will be directly over the tropic of Capricorn in the Southern Hemisphere, and the Northern Hemisphere will be tipped as far away from the Sun as it gets. The angle of the incoming sunlight will be low, and the duration of daylight will be at its shortest. Our city will be receiving the least amount of solar energy and it will be losing radiated heat energy to outer space, so the temperature will be cold. 2. In January, insolation is slightly higher although still low.
Glaciers are produced in places where more snow falls than melts from year to year (chapter 14). 49 4 Pressure and Wind Objectives In this chapter you will learn that: • Atmospheric pressure varies from place to place. • Air is pushed from places with high pressure to areas with lower atmospheric pressure. • When air moves across the surface of Earth it is turned from its path by Coriolis force. • Air rotates clockwise around high-pressure centers in the Northern Hemisphere. • Air rotates counterclockwise around low-pressure centers in the Northern Hemisphere.
Ozone layer b. stratosphere d. outer space 3. The force that the atmosphere exerts on objects and particles it contacts is a. temperature c. condensation b. humidity d. air pressure 4. The gas in the stratosphere that absorbs UV radiation and keeps it from reaching the surface at full strength is ________________. 5. When liquid water evaporates, it is transformed into a gas called ________________. 6. Liquid water can evaporate only when it is exposed to sunlight. (True or False) 7. Saturated air has a relative humidity of 0%.
Physical Geography: A Self-Teaching Guide by Michael Craghan