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Which of the following can cause air pressure to decrease? A. decreased temperature B. increased temperature C. increased oxygen levels D. decreased carbon dioxide levels
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Where are the most diverse ecosystems found? A. in dry climates B. in tropical climates C. in high latitude climates D. in middle-latitude climates
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Wind systems that reverse directions thereby causing wet and dry seasons are called _____. A. hurricanes B. monsoons C. typhoons D. cyclones
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Wind systems that reverse directions thereby causing wet and dry seasons are called Monsoons.
So the answer is B. Monsoons.
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Weegy: C. U.S. Geological Survey User: The theme of ____ involves the study of how people and things change locations and the effects of those changes. A. location B. movement C. human-environment interaction D. region Weegy: A. location. The theme of location nvolves the study of how people and things change locations and the effects of those changes. User: Degrees are subdivided into ____. A. nanoseconds B. minutes C. parallels D. hemispheres User: When does the fall equinox occur in the Northern Hemisphere? A. March 21 B. June 21 C. September 21 D. December 21 User: What causes the tides on Earth? A. the gravitational pull of the Sun, Earth, and Moon B. the gravitational pull of the Sun and Moon C. Earth's tilt D. Earth's revolution Weegy: B. the gravitational pull of the Sun and Moon causes the tides on Earth. [ The word "tides" is a generic term used to define the alternating rise and fall in sea level with respect to the land, produced by the gravitational attraction of the moon and the sun. ] User: _____ is the process by which water vapor changes from a gas into liquid droplets. A. Condensation B. Precipitation C. Humidity D. Evaporation User: Wind systems that reverse directions thereby causing wet and dry seasons are called _____. A. hurricanes B. monsoons C. typhoons D. cyclones Weegy: B. Monsoons are wind systems that reverse directions thereby causing wet and dry seasons. (More)
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Describe the three factors that affect how much solar energy is received by various places on Earth.
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