Cummulative Review Notes geo 1301

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Cummulative Review Notes 1.Cold fronts travel faster than warm fronts. True 2. Condensation is when water vapor turns to water . 3. Cumulus clouds are associated with the fair weather. 4.Cold ocean currents are found on the west side of all continents. 5.The two principle gases in our atmosphere today is nitrogen and oxygen. 6. The ozone layer is found in the stratosphere. Temperature Rainforests Located in the Amazon Basin, Southeast Asia, Equatorial Africa. Oldest and most weathered soils, warm temperature year round, trees evergreen. Savanna Fauna follows wet season (charismatic megafauna) Fires occur at the end of every dry season. Grasses with few scattered trees Wet /dry climate; wet season with heavy precipitation, dry season with drought stress. Deserts Subtropical “ warm” deserts( due to high pressure, descending air at 30) Continental “cold” deserts (leeward side) Precipation is low and erratic Characterized by sparse/patchy vegetation : Xerephytes- extensive root
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2011 for the course GEO 1301 taught by Professor Fujimoto-strain during the Fall '11 term at Sam Houston State University.

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