2009+1F91+-+Ch+6+-+Atmospheric+moisture+and+precipitation+-+DONE[2]

2009+1F91+-+Ch+6+-+Atmospheric+moisture+and+precipitation+-+DONE[2]

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Chapter 6 Atmospheric Moisture and Precipitation GEOG 1F91 – Physical Geography – Atmospheric Moisture and Precipitation [email protected]
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Week of Topic Readings Laboratory September 14 Course Introduction Chapter 1 No Labs this week September 21 Introducing Physical Geography Chapter 1 / 2 Lab 1 (odd) September 28 Earth as Rotating Planet Chapter 2 / 3 Lab 1 (even) October 5 Global Energy System Chapter 3 / 4 Lab 2 (odd) October 12 Temperature Cycles Chapter 4 No Labs this week October 19 Winds and Circulation Chapter 5 Lab 2 (even) October 26 Moisture and Precipitation/ Quiz Chapter 6 Lab 3 (odd) November 2 Weather Systems Chapter 7 Lab 3 (even) November 9 Scope of Climate Chapter 8 Lab 4 (odd) November 16 Low­Latitude Climate Chapter 9 Lab 4 (even) November 23 Chapter 10 Lab 5 ( ALL ) November 30 Review Review GEOG 1F91 – Physical Geography – Atmospheric Moisture and Precipitation [email protected]
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The Three States of Water Water can exist in three states: solid (ice), liquid (water), and gas (water vapour). Water exists in the air in the form of water vapour, clouds, fog, and precipitation. GEOG 1F91 – Physical Geography – Atmospheric Moisture and Precipitation [email protected]
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The Three States of Water Water exists in the air in the form of water vapour, clouds, fog, and precipitation. GEOG 1F91 – Physical Geography – Atmospheric Moisture and Precipitation [email protected]
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The Three States of Water A schematic diagram of the three states of water. Arrows show the ways that any one state can change into either of the other two states. Heat energy is absorbed or released, depending on the direction of change. GEOG 1F91 – Physical Geography – Atmospheric Moisture and Precipitation [email protected]
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Since our planet contains only a fixed amount of water, a global balance must be maintained among flows of water to and from the lands, oceans, and atmosphere. GEOG 1F91 – Physical Geography – Atmospheric Moisture and Precipitation
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2010 for the course GEOG 1F91 taught by Professor Nealpilger during the Fall '10 term at Brock University.

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