Mr. Johnston

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Posted: April 24, 2018


Thu, Apr 26/18 2:16 pm

Know all definitions related to climate

Why does snow form?How do snowstorms happen?What places get more snow?  Why?

Why do we have wind?  What happens to air at north pole?  What happens to air at the equator?

Be able to read climographs and get information from them concerning precipitation and temperature.  Also need to be able to draw conclusions about what the climate is normally like in that area.  Be able to compare two climographs to discuss differences in climate.

What effect does latitude have on temperature and weather?

Be able to explain the three different air masses and what kind of weather is brought by each.Know what a front is (a large volume of air with similar temp. and moisture conditions).

Know what happens when ocean currents meet.What is the effect on weather and climate of being next to water?

What is the effect on weather and climate of elevation.

Know what a meteorological technician does and why they might be important to certain industries.

Be able to read data from a radiosonde chart.

Know the three ways that we examine weather: from land & sea, from the air, from space.  Know the tools that are associated with each.

Posted: April 23, 2018

Graph Maker - Climograph

Posted: April 16, 2018

Historical Weather Data Environment Canada

Posted: April 16, 2018

Historical Weather Data #2 - Blackville

Posted: April 16, 2018

Historical Weather Data - Blackville

Posted: April 12, 2018

Natural Resources Canada - Geology & Geosciences

See file below for guidelines on how to complete this assignment due Tues. April 10th

Links for New Zealand Relief (for New Brunswick use p.19)

Due Date: 

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Posted: April 3, 2018


Fri, Apr 6/18 2:00 pm

Chapter 2: Our Natural Environment 

Be able to read a relief map and get information about elevation and some land features (p.19)

Know the 5 regions of Canada

Know how big Canada is as a country in km2

Know representative fractions and map scales

Be able to use a straight edge and a map w/ a legend estimate distance between two points on that map.

Know all 6 Time zones by name.  Be able to tell me time in one if given a time in any other.

Know what the landforms of Atlantic Canada are like.  Be able to describe these landforms.

Water forms => be able to contrast and compare like we took down as notes in class.

There may be a vocabulary section on the test: it would be a matching type of question if there.