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UNSW : UNSW Atmosphere Study Guide
Atmosphere Study Guide 29 Comprehension & summarising [Task] In your exercise book, complete the following activities related to “The gathering storms”. 1. How do you feel when a thunderstorm strikes? 2. Make a list of the impacts that thunderstorms can have on the economy and the environment in cities. 3. Draw a diagram that shows how thunderstorms come about. 4. In the table below (or create a similar one in your work book) summarise in your own words the three ways in which infrastructure and activity in our cities is affecting the weather around us. Feature of cities Effect on Storms Cities heat up Cities obstruct airflow Cities have more pollution 5. Justify this quote from the article: “It’s looking as if teaching your grandchildren how to time the gap between lightning and thunder will be even more relevant in the years ahead.” Explain (article two)