5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- B- ?
- Convectional Precipitation
- Dew point
- What are the 7 common types of Coastlines?
- a a cumuliform cloud that develop tall stalk-like shapes and penetrates high into the troposphere (thunderstorm clouds)
- b Ria Coast, Foird Coast, Barrier Island Coast, Delta Coast, Volcano Coast, Coarl Reef Coast, and Fault Coast
- c Dry Climate
- d when a body of warm moist air is forced to rise, this process can set off convection activity-- consists of strong updrafts taking place within a convection cell.
- e critical temperature at which air becomes saturated during cooling-- below the dew point, condensation usually sets in and the result is dew, fog or frost.
5 Multiple choice questions
- rainwater having an abnormally high content of the sulfate ion and showing a pH between 2 and 5 as a reasult of air pollution by combustion products of fuels having high sulfur, content
- line of thunder clouds
- individual columns of strong updrafts
- a strong enough undercurrent/undertow that can sweep swimmers off their feet and carry them seaward
- isolated sand dune having a crescent outline-- horns of dunes are directed downward. Windward side of the crest of the sand slope is gentle and smoothly rounded
5 True/False questions
Humidity → amount of water vapor in the air
Reasons for why humans occupy shore zones- → food resources, base for ships to embark to seek sea resources and for transport of people and goods, in war- critical barriers to be defended from invaders arriving by sea, and recreational facility.
w- → dry season in winter
Longshore current → when tide begins to rise, a landward flow starts
Cloud → a dense mass of suspended water or ice particles ranging in diameter from 20-50 microns (micron= one one-millionth of meter)