ATS113 HW3 key

ATS113 HW3 key - HW3 KEY 1. Fill in the diagram below. The...

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HW3 KEY 1. Fill in the diagram below. The Parcel’s Temperature at the surface is 20 C and its dew point is 10 C. The DALR=10 C / km, the WALR = 6 C / km, the ELR between the surface and 2 km is 5 C /km and between 2 and 10 km is 9 C / km (all numbers reflect cooling with altitude). Altitude above ground Temperature measured by the weather balloon Parcel Temp Temp (parcel)- temp (environment) Stability / Neutral / Unstable Surface 20 C 20 C 0 C Neutral 1 km A (15 C) B (10 C) C (-5 C) D (Stable) 2 km E (10 C) F(4C) G (-6 C) H (Stable) 3 km I (1 C) J(-2C) K (-3 C) L (Stable) 4 km M (-8 C) N(-8C) O (0 C) P (Neutral) 5 km Q (-17 C) R(-14C) S (3 C) T (Unstable) 6 km U (-26 C) V (-20C) W (6 C) X (Unstable) 7 km Y (-35 C) Z (-26C) AA (9 C) BB (Unstable) 8 km CC (-44 C) DD (-32C) EE (12 C) FF (Unstable) 9 km GG (-53 C) HH (-38C) II (15 C) JJ (Unstable) 10 km KK (-62 C) LL(-44C) MM (18 C) NN (Unstable) 2. In the above table, at what altitude does the parcel reach its LCL? 1 KM
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ATS 111 taught by Professor Martinelli during the Spring '08 term at Creighton.

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ATS113 HW3 key - HW3 KEY 1. Fill in the diagram below. The...

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