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Glas week 1 term 2

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climate
Global warming constitutes towards climate change.
weather
Let's hope for some good weather.
elements
A compound is a substance that has two or more elements in it. *
instruments
He used the instruments to check the weather. *
recording
A recording studio should be sound proof.
data
A byte is a sequence of 8 bits. (Computer data terminology).
ocean
The pacific ocean is very big. *
currents
The sea has tides and currents. *
frontal
The frontal system was moving east. *
graphs
We used graphs to show the weather patterns. *
synoptic
He used a synoptic weather map. *
latitude
Latitude is how far North or South a place is from the Equator. *
altitude
The mountain is at ahigh altitude. *
relief
There was great relief at the rescue.
barometer
The barometer measures atmospheric pressure. *
thermometer
The thermometer gave an accurate measure of the temperature of the room. *
anemometer
An anemometer measures wind speed. *

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