Chap9_Hydrosphere_sakai

Chap9_Hydrosphere_sakai - During a phase change of water...

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During a phase change of water (a) small amounts of energy are released and absorbed (b) large amounts of energy are released and absorbed (c) large amounts of temperature change is involved (d) b and c (e) none of the above
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Concerning midlatitude anticyclones, which of the following is FALSE? (a)They are larger than cyclones (b) They have light winds around their centers (c) They contain air mass conflict (d) They are areas of high pressure (e) They do not contain fronts
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The Hydrosphere Total amounts of water on Earth
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The Hydrologic Cycle The Hydrologic Cycle Continuous movement of water supply from Continuous movement of water supply from - the - the surface to the air surface to the air and from the and from the air to the surface air to the surface - - one storage area to the next one storage area to the next
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The Hydrologic Cycle Storage areas Storage areas Water Inventory of the Planet
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The Hydrologic Cycle Storage areas are connected by transfer processes Storage areas are connected by transfer processes that involve change in location and state of water
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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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Chap9_Hydrosphere_sakai - During a phase change of water...

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