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5 Matching questions

  1. Saturation point
  2. What are the 3 classes of Moving Cyclones?
  3. What are the 3 types of coral reef coasts?
  4. Abrasion platform
  5. f-
  1. a at any given temperature, the total quantity of water vapor that can by "held" by the air has a definite limit
  2. b Wave cyclone, Tropical cyclone, and Tornado
  3. c as a sea cliff retreats landward, the continued wave abrasion (from the water-carried sand and gravel). This will continue to widen by abrasion beneath the breakers. Usually a thin layer of gravel and cobblestones
  4. d moist
  5. e Fringing, barrier, and atolls

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a crescent shaped beach caused by where the coastline consists of prominent headlands projecting seaward and with deep bays the erosional energy of the waves is concentrated on the headlands and wave cut cliffs develop.
  2. a small but very intense storm, 75- 318 miles/hr winds, base can be 300-315 feet, formed by cold air hitting warm air, fast rising cumulonumbus clouds, mainly north america
  3. Mild Humid (subtropical) Climate
  4. (B) evaporation exceeds ppt on the average thoughout the year, no water surplus, no permanent streams originate in this climate zone
  5. a strong enough undercurrent/undertow that can sweep swimmers off their feet and carry them seaward

5 True/False questions

  1. What are the 8 major climate subgroups?A- Tropical Rainy Climate, B- Dry Climate, C- Mild Humid Climate (subtropical), D- Snowy Forest (Temperate) Climate, and E- Polar Climate


  2. Mild Humid (subtropical) Climate-"willie willie" "typhoon" mild to intense storm, common in the subtropics and tropics. Have a depression or easterly wave (thunderstorm) to a hurricane


  3. Smogsimply a cloud layer in contact with the land or sea surface or lying very close to the surface


  4. Star dunetype of longitudinal dune which is up to 400 yards high


  5. Chinook windsResults from turbulent mixing of lower and upper air in the lee range. The upper air, having little moisture to begin with is dried and heated by pressure and adiabatic warming as it quickly descends. Dry, warm winds often occur on the lee side of a mountain range. These winds cause extremely rapid evaporation of snow or soil moisture.. Santa Anna winds is an example.