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5 Matching questions

  1. What do isobars represent on a map?
  2. Salt, dust particles, silver iodide, and combustion by-products are all examples of:
  3. Where are lenticular clouds most likely to form?
  4. The geostrophic wind concept is most like the real atmospheric winds
  5. All of the following are necessary ingredients for cloud formation EXCEPT:
  1. a to the lee of mountains
  2. b warm surface air temperatures.
  3. c condensation nuclei.
  4. d lines connecting points of equal air pressure
  5. e at high altitudes.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. spontaneous freezing of large water droplets.
  2. mT
  3. equator-pole temperature contrast
  4. greater temperature changes over continents compared to oceans.
  5. mTw

5 True/False questions

  1. Which type of cloud is most likely to form a halo around the Sun or the Moon?Cloud formation releases latent heat to the air.


  2. The effect of friction on the wind alters itsviscosity.


  3. You would expect vertical airflow in an anticyclone to result inspeed and direction.


  4. High air pressure zones are usually associated with:relatively dry conditions.


  5. What is the average sea level pressure in the United States?change in pressure along a horizontal surface.