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Partial solutions to the old exam 1- b, 2- d Use the lapse rate T(z) = T(0) – 10x3 = 30 – 30 = 0°C, 3- b weight of rock over 1 m 2 is volumexdenistyxg = 1000x1x4x10 3 x 9.8 = 4x10 7 Pa and one atmosphere is about 10 5 Pa so the answer is close to 400. 4- a 5- a 6- d 7- c 8- b 9- c 10- b 11- e RH = 0.8 = 34mb/SVP(T) -> SVP = 42.5 mb so that T = 30C 12- e 0.085 mm = 85 µ m 13- b 14- b 15- d 16- b 17- d 18- d 19- b Imagine isobars lying N-S with high pressure to the RHS and they are 2 degrees of latitude apart at 43 N. The isobars are spaced in 0.5 kPa. 20- the wind is southerly ie northward 21- pressure gradient force is to the west 22- wind is given by 4 11 5 0 0 19 / 1.2 10 220,00 g P Vm s fn x ρ == = 23- don’t know – haven’t diagram
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2010 for the course EATS 1011 taught by Professor Johnm during the Winter '10 term at York University.

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