AltitudeTemperature 3000 m-16 C 2000 m-7 C 1000 m2 C 0 m (surface)11 C A. Based on the ELR, the stability classification of the atmosphere at the...
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Altitude                            Temperature

 

3000

m                             -16 °C

2000 m                               -7 °C

1000 m                                2 °C

0 m (surface)                     11 °C

 


A. Based on the ELR, the stability classification of the atmosphere at the airport between the surface and 3000 m is ______


B. Based on the stability classification, if, over the airport, rising air reaches the point of saturation below 3000 m, it is likely that _______ type clouds would begin to form.


C. At the airport, a parcel of air at the surface has a temperature of 11 °C and a dew point temperature of -1 °C. The parcel's dew point depression at the surface is ____


D. The air parcel now rises from the surface, and reaches the point of saturation before reaching 3000 m. Clouds will begin to form at a height of ___ m above the surface

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