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10/1/19, 10’48 AMThe Atmosphere: Principles and Concepts: Introduction to Physical GeographyPage 1 of 11The Atmosphere: Principles and ConceptsDueSep 19 at 11:59pmPoints13Questions13Availableuntil Sep 19 at 11:59pmTime LimitNoneInstructionsThis quiz was locked Sep 19 at 11:59pm.Attempt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 1151 minutes10 out of 13Score for this quiz:10out of 13Submitted Sep 18 at 4:28pmThis attempt took 151 minutes.The following questions are based on the required readings, videos, and class discussions.You may use your textbook and any online resources you wish in completing this assignment, and you maydiscuss the assignment with other members of the class. It is important, though, that you make sure that youunderstand all of the questions and answers, as the concepts covered here will be important in the rest ofthe course.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 1The top of Bokor Mountain is about 1,000 meters above sea level. On a calmand cloudless average day, if the temperature at sea level is 30°C, what willthe temperature be at the top of the mountain, assuming that the normalenvironmental lapse rate is in effect? (Enter only a number below, correct toone decimal place of a degree.)
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Page 2 of 11The uppermost parts of the atmosphere consist mainly of hydrogen andhelium.The stratosphere consists mainly of nitrogen.Incoming ultraviolet radiation from the sun is largely blocked from reaching thesurface by the ozonosphere.
Correct AnswersCorrect Answers23.6 (with margin: 0.1)The the explanation in the text of theenvironmental lapserate.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 2Which of the following statements isNOTtrue?Correct!Correct!
10/1/19, 10’48 AMThe Atmosphere: Principles and Concepts: Introduction to Physical GeographyPage 3 of 11See the section 'Atmospheric Composition, Temperature, andFunction' starting on p. 88 ofGeosystems.Pay particular attention toFigure 3.1.

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