Chap7_and_climatechange.sakai

Chap7_and_climatechange.sakai - Exam 2: Friday, March 12th...

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Exam 2: Friday, March 12 th you will need your RU ID and #2 pencil Chapters from textbook: 5,6,7 Dire predictions 1 and 2 50 multiple choice Check Sakai tonight or tomorrow for Study guide Assignment 2 on Climate change Due next Wednesday, March 10th
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A large body of air with relatively uniform temperature and moisture, typically with homogenous source origin is called: (A)a continental breeze (B) an oceanic cyclone (C) an air mass (D) hurricane (E) tornadoes
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Compared to a warm front, cold front usually has a ____________ gradient (slope). (A) more gentle (B) less pronounced (C) slowly retreating (D) much steeper (E) somewhat equal
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A midlatitude anticyclone (traveling high pressure system) is associated with: (A)intense thunderstorms (B) clear and dry weather (C) long period of light rain (D) sudden rise in temperature (E) sharp drop in atmospheric pressure
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_______ are intense, revolving, rain-drenched, moving, destructive storms that occur erratically in certain regions of the tropics and subtropics. (A)Anticyclones (B) Tornadoes (C) Hurricanes (D) Jet streams (E) Monsoons
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Major Tropical Disturbances
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Tropical Cyclone Evolution: based on wind spee
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- Evolution based on wind speed - Tropical Depression (38 mph) - Tropical Storm (39-73 mph) - Hurricane (74 mph or more) - Category 1 (74-95 mph) Katrina at F.L. -
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course GEOGRAPHY 101 taught by Professor Vancura during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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