lab_02_october_obs_analysis

lab_02_october_obs_analysis - GEOG/ESPM 1425 Lab 2 October...

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Page 1 of 5 GEOG/ESPM 1425 Lab 2 – October Observations and Analysis Name: ______________________________________ Lab Day __________________ Please use the information from your recording sheet and from the web to answer the following questions. 1. Please complete the following table: Your approximate observation time _____ _____ _________ Most frequent location(s) _____ _____ ______________ _____ ______________ _____ _________ October 2010 Daily maximum temperature at MSP (from online climate form) Daily minimum temperature at MSP (from online climate form) Daily mean temperature at MSP (from online climate form) Temperature at your time of observation (from your observations) Warmest Coldest Monthly Average (you will have to calculate: sum of temperatures divided by 31)
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Page 2 of 5 2. Compute the mean maximum, mean minimum, and mean daily (“avg mean”) temperatures for a “normal ” October using data from the online climate calendar, and write them in the spaces below: Maximum __________ o F Minimum__________ o F Daily Mean__________ o F Were the monthly mean maximum (high) temperatures, minimum (low) temperatures and daily mean temperatures for this October warmer than normal, cooler than normal or near normal as compared to the
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2010 for the course GEOG 1425 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Minnesota.

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