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Moisture Clouds and Precipitation

From Earth Science, Tarmuck and Lutgens

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Tarbuck Earth Sci Chap 18 Moisture, Clouds and Precipitation Publisher Power Point (google)

Moisture Clouds and Precipitation

Chapter 18. Moisture, Clouds and Precipitation

changes of state

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Changes of state heat absorbed or released Tarbuck Lutgens
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relative humidity varies with temperature
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sling psychrometer
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air compression Cloud formation by adiabatic cooling

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clouds Orographic lifting and frontal wedging Rainshadow desert airflow

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Convergence and Localized convective lifting Cloud formation
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Types of clouds

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Great photos here: http://www.geogrify.net/GEO1/Lectures/Weather/Cloud.html

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types of clouds middle school poster

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The Bergeron process

Some description here: http://snowbrains.com/snowflake-forms-2-simple-steps/

 

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One of the largest hailstones ever. 194 pounds. 8.0 inch diameter.
7/23/2010, Vivian, South Dakota.”

 

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

http://www.wunderground.com/blog/weatherhistorian/comment.html?entrynum=24

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