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test2spring09sample - 1. Arctic air has the potential to...

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1. Arctic air has the potential to hold: a) less moisture than in a desert atmosphere, b) much more moisture than in the tropics, c) both a) and b), d) none of the above. A 2. Concerning lapse rates in the atmosphere: a) an inversion means warmer air is above colder air, b) the dry adiabatic rate is larger than the moist adiabatic lapse rate, c) the temperature goes down as we get higher in the Troposphere, d) all of the above. D 3. Chronology in climate change means: a) developing evidence for a sequence of events, b) there is no change through time, c) nothing since it is not studied in climatology, d) is not needed since we never learn anything from the past. A 4. In the 20 th century, there is evidence of warming from: a) advancing glaciers, b) more heat in the oceans, c) lowering CO 2 , d) lowering sea level. B 5. The temperature worldwide has risen primarily due to: a) volcanism, b) sulfates, c) greenhouse gases, d) solar radiation. C
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