Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Analyze information from meteorological instruments and online sources to predict weather patterns.
Describe weather and climate patterns on global levels.
Explain the influence of mountains on precipitation.
Explain weather patterns and seasonal changes using the concepts of heat and density.
Interpret meteorological data to describe and/or predict weather.
Explain the phenomena that cause global atmospheric processes such as storms, currents, and wind patterns.
Compare the transmission, reflection, absorption, and radiation of solar energy to and by Earth’s surface under different environmental conditions (e.g., major volcanic eruptions, greenhouse effect, reduction of ozone layer, increased global cloud cover).
Analyze weather maps and weather data (e.g., air masses, fronts, temperature, air pressure, wind speed, wind direction, precipitation) to predict regional or global weather events.
Describe how changes in concentration of minor components (e.g., O2, CO2, dust, pollution) in Earth's atmosphere may be linked to climate change.