Intro Physical Geography
Intro Physical Geography GEOG 140
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Date Created: 10/05/15
Average Monthly Temperatures in Degrees Fahrenheit Name Source Western Regional Climate Center lthttp39vvww wrccdriedugt 030808 City A B C D Sum of Squares Sum of Squares11 xof Sum of Sqm St Dev Hottest month How many months after the summer solstice does the warmest month occur A B C D Mark the two coastal stations Mark the two inland stations What made you decide Some lines of evidence include variability of temperatures standard deviation is a measure of variability and the time it takes for temperatures to reach their hottest levels after the summer solstice in June Explain your reasoning Label each pair AB and CD as the northern pair N orthe southern pair S AB CD What ma e you decide Now you know which pair AB or CD has to be San FranciscoChico N and which has to be Santa MonicaTwentynine Palms S You also know which of each pair is coastal and which is inland So combining these two identify which data A B C D belong to which city A B C D On the graph provided make a line chart for each ofthe four cities using a solid blue line for San Francisco and a broken blue line for Chico and a solid red line for Twentynine Palms and a broken red line for Santa Monica Make sure to fill in the legend below the chart To do this work with one city at a time to avoid confusion putting a dot in the middle ofthe column for each month at the height of its average temperature Then connect the dots with the right color and pattern of line and then move on to the next city Turn in this answer sheet and the graph both autographed
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