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### Midterm2_soln

Course: ATMOS 101, Fall 2009
School: Washington
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Name____________________________________T.A./Section_________________ Atmospheric Science 101 Midterm #2 May 20, 2002 100 Total Points 1. Geostrophic Wind The figure below represents a common pattern for the 500 mb surface height in the Northern Hemisphere. A. Mark with an &amp;quot;X&amp;quot; the location where the wind is strongest (4). B. Draw double arrows (==&amp;gt;) for wind velocity at...

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