Introduction to meteorology there are seven (7) short-answer

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There are seven (7) short-answer questions that are to be answered.  These questions are to be answered thoroughly and short answers that don’t follow spelling and grammar rules will be penalized. Each answer should be apx. 100 words. One-sentence answers will not be sufficient to address the questions

Turnitin.com will be automatically used on all submissions to check for plagiarism as well, so be sure to cite all sources following APA standards.  If the Turnitin report indicated plagiarism, the assignment will receive a zero and will be reported to the registrar’s office. 

 

 When you have completed answering the questions, please enter them in a Microsoft Word Document.  


Due: Saturday July 2, 2016 @ NOON

Introduction to Meteorology

There are seven (7) short-answer questions that are to be answered. These questions are to be answered thoroughly and short answers that don’t follow spelling and grammar rules will be penalized. Each answer should be apx. 100 words. One-sentence answers will not be sufficient to address the questions

Turnitin.com will be automatically used on all submissions to check for plagiarism as well, so be sure to cite all sources following APA standards. If the Turnitin report indicated plagiarism, the assignment will receive a zero and will be reported to the registrar’s office.

When you have completed answering the questions, please enter them in a Microsoft Word Document.


QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED:

1. Describe and give examples of the various ways that heat can be transported in the atmosphere.

2. What causes air pressure? Is there air pressure on the moon?

3. What are the principal gaseous components of the earth’s atmosphere? Where do scientists believe these gases came from?

4. Many people will blow on a bowl of hot soup to try to cool it. In your view, what are the two most important heat transport processes cooling the soup?

5. Imagine that the temperature of the sun was to change. Describe or discuss some of the effects that this might have on the earth’s energy budget and the earth’s climate. How might it affect the weather where you live?

6. The pressure announced on last night’s television weather broadcast was 29.92. Explain how this was measured and give the units. Would this be considered an unusually large or low pressure value?

7. If the earth did not rotate, how would you expect winds to blow with respect to high and low pressure centers?

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