AS 132 Ch 6B Wx Wksht 2wpd

AS 132 Ch 6B Wx Wksht 2wpd - Ch 6B Wksheet 2 Stability of...

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Ch 6B Wksheet 2 Stability of Air Mass- Is defined as its resistance to change greatest instability is warm and moist air most stable air is cool and dry 1. Adiabatic cooling is through _____________,air expands as it moves up slope 2. Given are the 3 lapse rates, list their associated temperature(ranges): Average_______degrees Celsius per thousand feet Dry____________degrees Celsius per thousand feet Wet–varies from ____________degrees Celsius per thousand feet. 3. Pressure changes at the rate of ________________per thousand feet. 4. In a temperature inversion, the temperature would _____________as the altitude increases, this occurs in stable air with little wind. 5. Given the 4 changes in state of moisture, identify how the moisture changes: Evaporation–_______________to____________ Condensation-_____________to_____________ Sublimation–______________to_____________ Deposition–_______________to_____________ 6. Humidity- measure of amount of moisture in the air.
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course AS 121 taught by Professor Kirton during the Spring '08 term at Embry-Riddle FL/AZ.

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AS 132 Ch 6B Wx Wksht 2wpd - Ch 6B Wksheet 2 Stability of...

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