5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What are the 2 types of clouds
- Polar Climate-
- Convection cells
- Dry adiabatic lapse rate
- a individual columns of strong updrafts
- b Stratiforms and Cumuliform
- c a dense mass of suspended water or ice particles ranging in diameter from 20-50 microns (micron= one one-millionth of meter)
- d rate of the drop of temperature is 5.5 degress F per 1000 ft. The dry rate applies only when there is no condensation taking place.
- e (E) average temperature of every month is <50 deg F. NO true summer; "Boreal"
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a return flow that pours down the beach after the force of a swash is spent on the beach. San and gravel is swept seaward and can be felt as a strong seaward current.
- a foamy turbulent sheet of water ridges up the beach, after a breaker collapses.
- high sand dune of the parabolic dune class formed adjacent to a beach, usually with a deep deflation hollow or blowout enclosed within a deflation hollow
- associated with recently emerged (new land) coastal plain. Offshore slope is very gentle and an island of sand is usually thrown up by a wave action some distance off shore. Behind lays a lagoon.
- rainforest climate, despite short, dry seasons; Monsoon style ppt cycle; associated with A and D climates.
5 True/False Questions
Submergence → the partial drowning of a coast by a rise of sea level or a sinking of the crust, Example: Fault Coast
Flood current → when tides begin to fall, set in and water flow is seaward
f- → moist
Adiabatic lapse rate → solid and liquid particles capable of residing for long periods in the atmosphere (dust and smoke); form the nuclei
Ocean tides → a rhythmis rise and fall of sea level under the influence of changing attractive forces of moon and the sun or the rotating Earth.