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Pete Renteria 10588726 METO 1010 Professor Taylor March 11, 2015 Chap 7. Review Questions answers 1. Clouds need saturated air, condensation, deposition and nuclei. 2. To Promote condensation of the water vapor. 3. Is a special category of condensation nuclei that possess a chemical 4. Stratiform cloud is a layered cloud, they are low clouds and tend to be warmer clouds 5. Lee wave clouds are a stationary cloud that forms as wind blows over mountain causing the wind to become turbulent on the leeward side of the mountain. 6. Noctilucent clouds form in the upper atmosphere and take on a wave like shape that is very difficult to see, usually only at sunset. 7. Fog may develope when air becomes saturated due to advection cooling, radiational cooling, or expansional cooling. 8. Collision coalescence is when larger droplets run into smaller ones within a cloud
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Unformatted text preview: 9. WaTer molecules more easily vaporize from a liquid super cooled dropleT Then ice crysTals 10. ²reezing rain is super cooled waTer dropleTs ThaT freeze on conTacT wiTh a surface and SleeT is a spherical shaped ice pelleT Investgatons Manual 6A answers: 1. Increase 2. decrease 3. decreases 4. decreases 5. Increases 6. Decreased Applicatons: 7. Condense 8. compression 9. rising 10. downward 11. clockwise 12. Toward 13. was not 14. overcast 15. did 16. rain 17. was 18. cannot 19. was InvesTgaTons Manual 6B 1.-35 2.-25 3. Same as 4. more 5. less than 6. dry 7. equal to 8. saturated 9. 27 10. higher 11. Lost ApplicaTons: 12. 100 13. 27 14. Same as 15. same 16. absorbs 17. did 18. clear 19. did not 20. was 21. expand and cool 22. blue saturated...
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