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Question 10-Low sun angles result in reduced solar energy because:Day lengths are shorter.Sun-earth distance is greater.Absorption is increased.
Energy is spread over a larger area.Question 11-Most of our weather occurs in the __________.
Question 12-When chlorofluorocarbons are subjected to ultraviolet radiation, ozone-destroying __________ isreleased.
Question 13-The equator gets sunlight at 90-degreeangles to its surface:
All year.Two moments per year on the equinoxes.Two moments per year on the solstices.Question 14-What does "global dimming" refer to?A reduction in solar energy reaching the Earth's surface due to pollution.A reduction in global warming.An increase in greenhouse gasses within our atmosphere.A decrease in greenhouse gasses within our atmosphere.Question 15
-The BayArea never receives direct (90-degree) sunlight at anytime of the year.
Question 16-Hail is produced in which type of cloud?
Question 17
-Temperature __________ in the troposphere with increasing elevation.
Question 18-Albedo explains:The reflectivity of a surface.The amount of heat a surface retains.How translucent a surface is.The absorbability of a surface.
Question 19-The force that is caused by the Earth's rotation on its axis is called:
Question 20-If the atmosphere has 5 g/kg ratio of water vapor to dry air, and it needs 20 g/kg of watervapor toremaining dry air to reach saturation, what is its relative humidity?
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Energy, Precipitation, Easterly winds

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