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Warmer air is likely to have more water vapor than  colder air a. True b.  False c. Temperature does not control the water vapor  amounts
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Condensation requires a surface to occur. In the  atmosphere, this (surface) is provided by  microscopic particles generally known as:  (A)organic matter only (B) fog (C) jet stream (D) debris from disintegrating clouds (E) condensation nuclei
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The most visible expression of condensation in  the atmosphere is: (A)  migratory birds   (B)  air borne pollen (C) strong winds (D) clouds (E) violent seas 
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 Stable air mass refers to: a. An air mass that resists vertical movement b. An air mass that will not move unless a force is applied c.  a and b d. none of the above
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air movement causing large masses of air to travel upslope (condense, form clouds, rain).  This form of rain is called ________ precipitation. (A) Frontal
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