Environmental Conditions Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: dehydration : the condition that results when fluids are lost from the body and not replaced, heat exhaustion : generalized fatigue related to excessive heat buildup within the body; may be a precursor to heatstroke, heat stroke : excessive heat buildup within the body resulting in the body’s inability to cool itself, with core temperatures exceeding 106°f, heat cramp : muscle spasms related to excessive heat buildup within the body, acclimatization : the adaptation of the body to a different environment, cold urticaria : a condition in which the skin reacts to exposure to cold with localized edema associated with severe itching, conduction : heating through direct contact with a hot medium, convection : heating indirectly through another medium such as air or liquid; accounts for 10-15% of body heat loss, core temperature : internal body temperature as opposed to shell or peripheral temperature, edema : swelling caused by the collection of fluid in connective tissue, frostbite : freezing of skin and other tissues that results in reduced blood flow and can lead to potential damage, frost nip : less severe form of frostbite, hypothermia : a body temperature below 33.3°c (95°f), radiation : emission and diffusion of rays of heat; accounts for 65% of body heat loss, watch : upcoming weather conditions are expected to produce potentially dangerous weather, warning : severe conditions have already been observed, current conditions can worsen quickly, flash to bang : method used to estimate how far away lightning is occurring, count the seconds between a flash of lightning and the bang of thunder then divide by 5, evaporation : heat loss through water droplets turning into vapor; accounts for 20% of body heat loss.