Flying America's Weather Exam Spring 2008 Key

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Flying America’s Weather Exam, Spring 2008 Hawaii 1. The primary source of wind for the Hawaiian Islands is: a. The North East Trade Winds b. The South East Doldrums c. Chinooks d. Kona Storm Winds 2. In the Hawaiian Islands during the night time the Sea Breeze/Land Breeze Effect would dictate that convective weather would form: a. Over the water around the coast of the islands. b. Over land inland from the coast. c. Only on the upslope side of the mountainous region. 3. Sometimes Low Pressure System form in the lee of the Islands on the West side causing large amounts of rain on the West side of the islands. This is called: a. A Chinook b. A Hurricane c. A Kona Storm d. An Extra Tropical Low Alaska 4. What causes advection fog? a. Vertical movement of warm, moist air into the upper atmosphere b. Movement of warm, moist air over a cold surface where it cools below its dew point c. Radiation cooling reducing the air temperature to its dew point or below d. Moist, stable air moves upward over a topographical barrier 5. What is one of the best ways to escape rime icing? a. Change direction of flight b. Increase airspeed c. Turn on carburetor heat d. Change altitude 6. Alaska’s conditions can often lead to flight into IFR conditions while trying to maintain VFR. This can lead to spatial disorientation. How can a pilot avoid spatial disorientation? a. Try to keep in visual contact with the ground b. Use GPS for obstacle clearance c Rely on the instruments d. Rely on body sensations Flying America’s Weather Exam, Spring 2008 Page 1 of 5
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Washington and Oregon 7. In Chinook conditions as wind travels down the leeward side of the mountain ranges in the Washington Oregon area, what type of air would be expected? a. Cool, moist air due to oceanic wind currents passing over the mountain.
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course AERO 2203 taught by Professor Rispin during the Spring '08 term at LeTourneau.

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