sample_exam_01 - EXAM 1 HYDROGEOLOGY 411 NAME _ OCTOBER 3,...

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HYDROGEOLOGY 411 NAME ______________ OCTOBER 3, 2005 GRADE ___________ ________________________________________________________________________ Please select the most appropriate answer(30 pts) 1) A residence time of 10 years is characteristic of . a. Oceans and seas b. Lakes and reservoirs c. Groundwater d. Large icecaps and glaciers e. Atmospheric water 2) The drop in temperature with elevation associated with the wet adiabatic laps rate is a. 1 Ε C/100m b. 2 Ε C/100m c. 0.1 Ε C/100m e. <1 Ε C/100m f. >2 Ε C/100m 3) In Michigan, there are seldom any convective storms during the winter because a) the dry adiabatic laps rate is almost always less than the ambient laps rate. b) the wet adiabatic laps rate is almost always less than the ambient laps rate, c) the albedo or reflectivity of snow cover is uniform. d) the dry adiabatic laps rate is almost always greater than the ambient laps rate. 4) Solution of the Thornthwaite equation for potential evapotranspiration requires information regarding a) mean monthly air flow, relative humidity, and hours of daylight. b) mean monthly relative humidity, hours of daylight, and temperature. c) mean monthly cloud cover, temperature, and relative humidity. d) mean monthly temperature and hours of daylight. 5) Which of the following types of rainfall is not related to mechanical lifting of an air mass? a. Rain associated with warm fronts. b.
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course GLG 411 taught by Professor Larson during the Fall '06 term at Michigan State University.

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sample_exam_01 - EXAM 1 HYDROGEOLOGY 411 NAME _ OCTOBER 3,...

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