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ch05_rev - Jon Ahlquist 10/5/2006 MET1010 Intro to the...

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Unformatted text preview: Jon Ahlquist 10/5/2006 MET1010 Intro to the Atmosphere 1 Chapter 5 Review: Condensation: Dew, Fog, and Clouds What is the dew point temperature? What is a condensation nucleus? How common are condensation nuclei? What does it mean if a condensation nucleus is hygroscopic or hydrophobic? What common substance is hygroscopic? If hygroscopic condensation nuclei are present, how low can the relative humidity be for condensation? How does a dry haze look different from a wet haze? Fog and Clouds What type of cloud is radiation fog? Advection fog? Advection-radiation fog? What is upslope fog? Where does it occur? What is steam fog? What is the basis for naming clouds? What are the types of low clouds? Middle clouds? High clouds? Which clouds extend through a significant vertical distance? Name the clouds in the following pictures. Say as much about them as you can....
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