Vocabulary 6.1 & 6.2

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The envelope of gases that surrounds the planet is called
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The layer above the troposphere; it contains the ozone layer.
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The lowest layer of Earth's atmosphere; where we live
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This type of barometer has a long glass tube that is closed at one end but open at the other. The open end rests in a dish of liquid mercury.
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The layer that protects Earth's surface from meteoroids; the prefix means "middle"
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Water in the form of a gas is called
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The amount of mass in a given volume of air is called
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The distance above sea level or elevation is also known as
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The result of the weight of a column of air pushing on an area is called
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An instrument that is used to measure air pressure is a
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The condition of Earth's atmosphere at a particular time and place is called
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The outermost layer, it has NO definite end; the prefix means "heat"
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This type of barometer has an airtight metal chamber that is sensitive to changes in air pressure. There is no liquid involved.