What is the main source or contributing factor for

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What is the main source or contributing factor for all weather on the Earth? 2. What conditions contribute to convective activity? What are the stages of a thunderstorm? 3. If you notice substantial convective activity along your route of flight, what distance should you avoid that thunderstorm? What hazards exist if you were to fly directly into a severe thunderstorm? 4. In what conditions would you most often see advection fog forming? Radiation fog? Upslope fog? 5. What is a microburst and when are they most likely to occur? 6. What visibility and behavior (precipitation) would you expect with a stable air mass? An unstable air mass? 7. List four ways of obtaining weather information for your flight. 8. List two ways of obtaining weather information while in flight. What frequencies would you use if you were over KVQQ airport? 9. Define the term ceiling.
Student Name: _______________________ 10. What is hypoxia? 11. What are hypoxic hypoxia, histotoxic hypoxia, and Hypemic hypoxia? 12. If you experience an ear block during flight, what can you do to try to eliminate the blockage? 13. What is fatigue? 14. What are the effects of fatigue and how will this affect the pilot’s ability to fly safely? 15. What radio procedures would you use at a tower controlled airport when the tower is closed? 16. What is a CTAF? Is the CTAF frequency the same at all airports? 17. ATC gave you a clearance that you feel that you cannot safely comply with. What are you going to do? 18. How long is a temporary certificate valid? 19. How long is a ground school completion endorsement to take the FAA Written valid?

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