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Unformatted text preview: 30144 Quit. 4 Name: - . -' _ I wens = in ptr. The equation sheets and eelmrletur prusidtsd In 31311 are the party outside resources permitted fer the [siting Ufthis quiz. Show all work! I. u. (15 pts] in the J: — zpiarre (it, horizontal distance vs. height), in the space below: a " maataata, with rattaaglta, The) art aatumaa tttat contain the saute muss fifflir. but have difl'erent temperatures. - I' Clearly label the nurture“ sit eelnntrr W, and the wider sir eulurnn C. "" Clearly shew the graphical diil‘ereuees in vertical height between eeeh eulunrn due in their temperature differenees. {3 P15} Explain briefly whtr the vertical heights eftite mittrrtns are ufheeierj by temperature: t-i- - i - f .- ts-t t_- a» x f _.'.- _ 1:1; .2' " __.- if! 1: r”; _F ..a x t__.-. . ..l' _ '.'.-1_.|' it} #- -’it"_.-" r _.\_ ..- _ -I_ " I' {4 pts] Name the fer-re generate-ti titre tn the-re tempersntre ditferertees and the resulting effect err air pureeis between these twu sir enltrnrrrs: _- _ -. _ -: .| 'r'F’f'x-H’ ': -'~ I“ '-I__~IJ'- -:/.'-;.__ .' _ If, ' I_-',".';_... .r {3 pts) At one pertierlisr value of: [height] NEAR THE SURFACE draw an tin-ow between the two enlururrs m a. that represents the direction of the firree tn 0. answer the following qmstioas about the Sflfi mh chart below. Isohei ghts {solid} are in meters and isothemts (dashed) are in degrees Celsius. (I 1313} Ushgdstsonthismap, whstts the atmospheric pm [in mh} oval-San Diegoatshetghtofflflflm? _,'.. , {Ll/"V'E £3“, __'_.-...- .-. ‘: J {3 pts} [shot the distinct RIDGE on the west side of the map, hf drawing a heavy sawtooth line through the ridge axis. {3 pts} Label the distinct TRGUGH on the west side ofthe map, by drawing a heavy dashed line through the trough axis. [4 pts) Ebtpialn why the isotherms and isoheights are relatively parallel at soo tab. In other words explain whyr isohcight values and temperstmes both DECREASE fi'om south to north. and what the east-west variation in the isoheightson the westsideofmemsp {the trough and ridge) lepreseats r3 '_-___,.J_-,,..-_-_- 33 _-.yg§-yr: [file J _.-.r . ', -, .:;- '; x'r ' in. 1? £1; 3. Referflngtethe SDI] mh chart frem question #3: a. {8 pre] At point A en the East Coast at sun ml: there is a west wind and the wind flew and ienhelghte' in this region are straight west to emit. For an air parcel at point A. i. Use arm-e tn almw ALL foreee {real and armament] acting on the pereel [reprwertted by the tint and wind vector below}. ii. Label all forces and eorreetly represent reletltre magnitudes effercee with the length nffnree arrewe. .- -- . . lr- iii. What is the NAME nf the trim! fortlie situation on the East Guest at paint A? h. (3 pts} At point B, an the West Coast at 51H} mh there in else a weer mind [parallel tn iauheighte at that point} mind that the wind flew and ieuheighls 111 this region an: curved. Fnraneil: Fame! at pnintB: i. Use mews to show ALL threes (real and apparent] ranting en the parcel {represented by the dot and wind veetnr below]. - ii. Label all forces hurl currently represent relative magnitudes effnreee with the length of fierce ”.errows - iii. What is the NM 111’ the wind fur the situatinn an the West Coast? 4. 011 fl'n: Surface chart beinw: a." {6 phi} Draw nnnnws mund nnnh pmssuie Gautier indicating the DIRECTION iii 1Wind flow, and correctly mprnncnt the whid’s orientation to the huhnrs. h {2 pm} For thn CYLCDNE aver Can-d: CIRCLE the .0HE reginn Whfll'fl the wind SPEED 15 highest [be specific). ms”? if: 1;; 3 L, N a: c. [9 pin) For an air parcel at point C, dun West nithn surface High nver Florida: i. Um: arrows tn nimw ALL forces {real Mid appnrnm] tinting nn tin: pawn] {teprtsm‘i‘tcd by [he dui. belnw}. ii. thni all forum and correctly mpmnnt relative magnitudes offnrcns with fin“: imgth of force mm iii. [haw 1hr: remdtnnt wind min: using a think amnw labeled “V" The: wind nhnnld be wnsistem with what you ShD‘uffld in part a. above. 5. Answer the following onesn'one oonoerning the Coriolis Foroe {CF}. 3. [2 pis}%e1 property of the Earth producers the CF {which is mlwarenf forte, or effect)? .z- .r—« h. (3 tits) What meerrntion law is being upheld to produoe the or? i ...r-" -'!r'r" 1:. {4 [115) List the THREE footers [IN WDRJJS not symbols) that effect the magnitude of deflogioo an air peroel exporiepooe one to the CF. CIRCLE the factor the: is CONSTANT. 1, __.-.v,. ,z 55‘ d} :._H 1,); z .i__.... . . _ ... v1_..- -| 1 I d. (E- pte} Web air parcel, D or E, would experience a LARGER magnitude CF in eaeh of the following eases? CIRCLE your answer: CASE I: Pam-e] D til. 20" N Leiiuide with a speed of 10 knots, Er v'- i- " -‘ 5-“- ”'- oR - I": "r '1 PeroeiE HIIWNLaIitodewithaepeodoflfllmots. _CASE 1!: Parnell} mlWNLatitudo with asptted time itnttts. -'.-'.-'”"- *1 ' ”a F on I h Pat-tin E at “PM Latitude wiih a speed urea ittttits. e. (41113}111eCFool]; offeeteflle{direeriorr speed )ofnirperoolmoremenhandnot the {direction _ speed 1; Circle the correct answers and EXPLAIN. _ ...? 1 I_. _..____o: at 't- :; tutu»: -. . 6. Answer the following questions construing the vertical motion ofuit. 3. (4 outs) Name the TWO main Tureen that out on air parcels in the tel-ties}. direction, and the. direefion' 1o. whieh each force sets {HINT the forces set is opposite directions) 1"?"(_-.r ;_ z _, . . '9" w- _‘ l, =,-" _/-_-_ '_ /--.I' ' ' {4 Fig} Usually, the aetaatiuemgnimdu fifths iwu simmsg sud-nuts] and thusthevertiealspeedofuirpsreeisis " "' “a”; "{ refill ;_ Constant _ changing with time }. CIRCLE the correct answers. On the vertical erossuseetion below (it-z plane): 1: ”I {4 pts} Lube] regions where there is eolwergeuee of air {using CON?) and divergenoe of uir {using DIV} both near the surface and aloft {just below the “spasm-sci iii, {3 pts} Based on the regions of CONE!” and UN, use the eoneept ofeonservatiou of mass to show the resulting verfieel and hormonal air motions, using arrows. iii. {2 pts] Draw a cloud in the region where :1 Cloud would most likely fon'n. Trooopsuse _...—_..-.-—- Jr-..-""'"-ii .u- r II .‘ L . €___ Surface H .i [4 11155 For a surfuoe Low pressure system to intensify, nihiuing muses pressure is decreasing in time, uppeuievel { COM? DI‘la-r )must EXCEED smfuee { com um). CIRCLE as: correct mum. Gretchen Drieaanaelt Quiz 4 Cerrectidna Eavtaitr briefly whythe vertical heights ofttre columns are afieetett by temperature? Cold air is asseeiated with low pressure and warm air with high pressure. The cold air column is shorter due to the mere dense air where the warm air eeluran expands due to less dense air. At artepartteatar mine (if: (height) NEAR THE SURFA CE. drmv an arrow between the two catamrre in a. that i'eprerenta the direction efttre force in c. 'I. "r..-_1' .-- , Ht?" 5., Explain why the taettrermr amt tsefietgtzta are retattvety perettet arr 5th“) mt). tn other wow-tr, exptetn wiry ironstgtrt miner and tempemmrea beta DEmEribiEflP-ammmb to earth. and what the east-west twtattmi in the taahetgfits an the west side efthe map titre trough and ridge) represents. where the temperature islwarin. leatherrne and ianheighta run parallel in the Sflflmh with a wavelilce pattern because they reflect the change in air column temperature with change in latitude. What is the NAM nfrtie wtadfar the aftmitimr an the East Coast at point A. Geesnephie Wind What: it the tit-ME afthe ivtrrdfar tt'te attrmttmr an the Wart Coast? Gradient Wind P6215: rcF tr. What camerutttlau law is being gnltalcl to produce tha' CF? Cmtsmaticn of Momentum Name the Hill} mainfcrcca that act cm alrparccls in the vertical direction and the climatic” in which aacltfarca ttcls. Gravity and PGF are: the twe main forces in the vea‘tical directiufl. Bacausc air prassurc acct-cases with hcight, there is a vertical PGF acting on thc air parcels? directed farm thc surfacc upwards. Upward PGF is balanccd mast althc tirac by the downward fat-cc Ung‘flV‘iTle an the air parcel. F'GF is always H to L. Usually, the relative magnitude uj'tlia ttmfcircea in 0 IS aqmtl, and little; the vertical speed ofalr parcel: is CONSTANT. ...
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