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avalanches
climbers
cold
crevasses
dangerous
equipment
everest
frostbite
hape
highaltitude
himilayan
ice
low temperature
medicine
mountain
snow
summit
survive
tallest
wind

Mountains Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Himalayas
Snowdon
Fault block
Fold
Dome
Death zone
Base
Summit
Crevasse
Everest
Mountain range

NATURAL DISASTERS Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Large wind funnel Tornado
Caused by movement of the tectonic plates Earthquake
Eruption of hot magma from a mountain-like formation Volcano
Sliding of snow, ice, mud or stones from a mountain Avalanche
Overflow of water from a dam or lake caused by things like excess rain Flood
Outbreak of .a fire in scrub or a forest, especially one that spreads rapidly Bushfire
a system of winds rotating inwards to an area of low atmospheric pressure Cyclone
A severe snowstorm with high winds Blizzard
A prolonged period of time without rain/water Drought
Prolonged period of high temperatures Heat Wave

Into Thin Air Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What was the name of Rob Hall's company Adventure Consultants
Who was the second guide on Rob Hall's team Andy Harris
What climbers must do to prepare for the high altitudes of Everest Acclimatization
Author of the book, Into Thin Air Jon Krakauer
What climber who Rob Hall had previously worked with led a competing expedition Scott Fischer
Which side of the mountain is the cheapest to climb Tibet
What is the name of the magazine Krakauer wrote for? Outside
How many times did Rob Hall summit Everest before the '96 expedition Four
What mountain face was one of the Everest camps set up on? Lhotse
What expedition during the '96 climb, posed the biggest threat to all others South African

Mount Everest Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

gear
base camp
challenge
elevation
formation
fault
climber
topography
tectonics
summit
Sherpa
mountain
sea level
peak
Mount everest

Mount Everest Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the largest mountain In the world? Mount Everest
What is the Highest point of a mountain? Summit
Where is Mount Everest located? Nepal
A person Who carries climbing supplies. Porter
To cross a mountain slope. Traverse
A line on the ground that traces a geological fault. Fault Line
Himalayan people known for their skill in mountaineering. Sherpa
High altitude where there is not enough oxygen to breathe. Death Zone
A mass of snow, ice and rocks rapidly falling down a mountain. Avalanche
A set of straps used to connect a person to something to keep them safe. Harness

Extreme Mountain Climbing Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

SURVIVE
DANGEROUS
SNOW
FALL
GEAR
PATHWAY
INJURY
HELICOPTER
EVEREST
KILIMANJARO
MATTERHORN
EAGLE
CATTLE
FREE CLIMB
MOUNTAIN

climate/ weather Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Mass per unit volume of air; about 1.275 km per cubic meter at 0ºC and 1000 millibars. Air density
A large expanse of air having similar temperature and humidity at any given height. Air mass
A severe weather condition characterized by low temperatures and strong winds (greater than 32 mi/hr) bearing a great amount of snow. When these conditions continue after the falling snow has ended, it is termed a ground blizzard. Blizzard
The ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume occupied by it. density
Water that has condensed onto objects near the ground when their temperatures have fallen below the dew point of the surface air Dew
The process by which a liquid changes into a gas Evaporation
Ice crystals that form on surfaces instead of dew when the dew point is below freezing. White frost
The cumulative force exerted on any surface by the molecules composing air. Air pressure
A very cold and dry air mass that forms primarily in winter and the northern interior of North America. Arctic air
The accumulation of daily and seasonal weather events over a long period of time. A description of aggregate weather conditions; the sum of all statistical weather information that helps describe a place or region Climate
Distant lightning that illuminates the sky but is too far away for its thunder to be heard Heat lightning
Any sudden and heavy rain shower. Cloudburst
A period of abnormally dry weather sufficiently long enough to cause serious effects on agriculture and other activities in the affected area. Drought
A form of energy transferred between systems by virtue of their temperature differences. Heat
A severe tropical cyclone having winds in excess of 64 knots (74 mi/hr). Hurricane
An increase in air temperature with height Inversion
A visible electrical discharge produced by thunderstorms. Lightning
The climate structure of the air space near the surface of the earth. Microclimate
A breeze that blows from the land out over the water. Opposite of an onshore breeze. Offshore breeze
A breeze that blows from the water onto the land. Opposite of an offshore breeze. Onshore breeze
A layer of soil beneath the earth's surface that remains frozen throughout the year. Permafrost
A cold air mass that forms in a high-latitude source region. Polar air mass
Climates in which the mean temperature of the warmest month is below 10ºC; climates that are too cold to support the growth of trees. Polar climates
Any form of water particles-liquid or solid-that falls from the atmosphere and reaches the ground. Precipitation
The wind direction most frequently observed during a given period. Prevailing wind
Energy propagated in the form of electromagnetic waves. These waves do not need molecules to propagate them, and in a vacuum they travel at nearly 300,000 km per sec. radiation
Precipitation in the form of liquid water drops that have diameters greater than that of drizzle. rain
The atmospheric pressure at mean sea level. Sea level pressure
A coastal local wind that blows from the ocean onto the land. The leading edge of the breeze is termed a sea breeze front. Sea breeze
A fairly bright lightning flash from distant thunderstorms that illuminates a portion of the cloud. Sheet lightning
A type of precipitation consisting of transparent pellets of ice 5 mm or less in diameter. Same as ice pellets. Sleet
a mixture of smoke and fog smog
Solid precipitation in the form of minute ice flakes that occur below 0ºC Snow
An aggregate of ice crystals that falls from a cloud Snowflake
An intense, rotating column of air that protrudes from a cumulonimbus cloud in the shape of a funnel or a rope and touches the ground. Tornado
The winds that occupy most of the tropics and blow from the subtropical highs to the equatorial low. Trade winds
Organized thunderstorms with a cyclonic wind circulation between 35 and 64 knots. Tropical storm
The state of the atmosphere in terms of such variables as temperature, cloudiness, precipitation, and radiation. Weather
The rising of water (usually cold) toward the surface from the deeper regions of a body of water. Upwelling
A hurricane that forms in the western Pacific Ocean Typhoon

NATURAL DISASTERS. Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a large mass of snow or ice in swift motions down a mountain side Avalanche
a large wave Tsunami
hot liquid exiting a mountain opening volcanic eruption
an overflow of water flood
a shortage of water in a certain area drought
an increase of heat creating trees, and landscape to be burnt bush fire
when the temperature is increasinly hot for a period of time heatwave
a cone of wind tornado
a shift of the tectonic plates so powerful to bring down buildings earthquake
the opposite of life death
the name given to cyclones in the Asian region Typhoon
intense low pressuresystems producing sustained winds. cyclones
to save lives rescue
a situation in which there is an extreme scarity in food famine
a damage caused to skinwhen it freezes frostbite
a sudden increase in sea level such as reult storm surge
precipitation not absorbed by soil, and which runs over the land and into streams run-off
any thunderstorm that produces hailstones large enough to reach the ground hailstorms

Weather and Climate Vocabulary Puzzle Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

of or at a fairly or comfortably high temperature warm
a visible mass of condensed water vapor floating in the atmosphere' typically high above the ground cloud
the presence in or introduction into the air of a substance which has harmful or poisonous effects air pollution
a violent disturbance of the atmosphere with strong winds and usually rain, thunder, lightning, or snow storm
an overflowing of a large amount of water beyond it's normal confines, especially over what is normally dry land flood
free from moisture or liquid; not wet or moist dry
a severe snowstorm with high winds and low visibility blizzard
name given to rain that falls when surface temperatures are below freezing freezing rain
a substance diffused or suspended in the air, especially one normally liquid or solid vapor
a tornado, waterspout, or dust devil in which the rotatory ascending movement of a column of air is especially apparent twister
a storm with thunder and lightning and typically also heavy rain or hail thunderstorm
the state of the atmosphere at a place and time as regards heat, dryness, sunshine, wind, rain, etc weather
a small or swirling mass of something, especially snow or leaves moved by sudden gusts of wind flurry
a prolonged period of abnormally low rainfall; a shortage of water resulting from this drought
an arch of colors formed in the sky in certain circumstances caused by the refraction and dispersion of the sun's light by rain or other water droplets in the atmosphere rainbow
light rain falling in very fine drops drizzle
a mass of snow, ice, and rocks falling rapidly down a mountainside avalanche
a thick cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth's surface that obscures or restricts visibility fog
a loud rumbling or crashing noise heard after a lightning flash due to expansion of rapidly heated air thunder
(of a liquid) be turned into ice or another solid as a result of extreme cold freeze

Food borne illnesses Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A Foodborne________, commonly referred to as food "poisoning" is a disease carried to people by food or water. illness
A Foodborne__________, is an incident in which two or more people experience the same illness symptoms after eating a common food. outbreak
___________ or other microorganisms that have contaminated food cause most food borne illness. bacteria
The temperature ________________ is between 41 degrees F to 140 degrees F. danger zone
A foodborne illness can result from a harmful ________ getting into a food that is then eaten by a person. chemical
_________ are another potential source of contamination metals
___________ contaminated include dirt, hair,nail polish flakes, insects, broken glass, and crockery, nails, staples, metal, or plastic fragments, and buts physical
To prevent foodborne illness, foodservice personnel must follow procedures for good personal ___________ hygiene
The temperature danger zone is between _____ degrees to 140 Degrees 41
___________-temperature relationship problems occur because, food is not stored, prepared, or held at required temperatures Time
One of the most common causes of foodborne illness is ______ contamination, the transfer of bacteria from hand to hand, food to food, or equipment to food. Cross
the ___________ method is used most often unless a thermometer cannot register a temperature of 32 degrees F (0 degrees C) ice point
______________ method may be less reliable than the ice-point method because of variation due to high altitude Boiling point
An easy way to determine if hands are rubbed and lathered for 20 seconds is to sing one verse of______________________ Old Mcdonald
cuts, burns, or any kind of break in the skin could harbor harmful__________ that can contaminate food and cause a foodborne illness microorganisms
________ to food cross contamination happens when harmful microorganisms from one to such as unwashed produce, contaminate other foods. food
Bacteria may pass from ___________ to food when the equipment that has touched food has not been properly cleaned and sanitized before being used to prepare another food Equipment
Foodservice ___________ are responsible for learning about food safety and following food safety requirements and guidelines employees
The foodservice __________ is responsible for knowing and implementing the state and local public health department regulations regarding food sanitation and safety manager
The 3 main________ illnesses are Biological, Physical and Chemical foodborne
The harmful microorganisms called ___________ can come from a variety of sources pathogens
__________- spreading pest, such as cockroaches, flies or mice which are attracted to food preparation areas, may contaminate food, equipment, or device areas. Disease
_________ spread organisms from their bodies to food by unclean hands, coughing, sneezing. People
____________ facilities and equipment may spread harmful organisms to people of food Unsanitary
___________ microorganisms may contaminate food during preparation and serving Harmful
The ______ primary ways of preventing foodborne illness are practice good personal hygiene, control time and temperature of foods, and prevent cross contamination three