68 - 68-1: Condensation Lifting Level If a parcel of air...

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Unformatted text preview: 68-1: Condensation Lifting Level If a parcel of air rises high enough, it will eventually ___ to it's __ __ ___. Here the process of ____ occurs. ____ form. 68-3: Above the condensation lifting level: Latent heat of condensation, which was stored in water vapor, will be ____. This ____ the rate of adiabatic cooling. This is the ___ ___ ___. 69-1: WALR: Because of the amount of latent heat released depends on the quanity of ____ in the air, the WALR varies. WALR = __ degrees c/1000m for air with high moisture content and __ degrees c/1000m for drier air 69-3: Facts to remember: The closer the parcel is to ____ at the ground, thelower the condensation lifting level This means a parcel will end up ___at high altitudes than it would have if it contained less water vapor. This is important when we talk about ___/___. 70-1: Key points to remember: When air rises, it's temperature ____. When air subsides, it's temperature ____. When the temp of a parcel of air ____, it's relative humidity increases. When the temp of a parcel of air ____ it's relative humidity decreases. 70-2: processes that lift air: In general, the tendency is for air to resist _____ movement. In many situations, clouds are formed when air is ____ ____. 4 mechanisms that casue air to rise: ___ ,_____,____,____. ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course GEO 2242 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.

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