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  • 1. Arizbeth.Olivares
  • 2. AbioticTemperature Changes and Expansion and Cooling Adiabatic is the temperature that happens eve though that heat isn’t added or subtracted.The rate of adiabatic cooling or heating in saturated air is called the dry adiabatic rate n=Students&fp=1&ip= 0.4&ldu=0&re=0& rwest000/mangrove/abiotic.html&bc=Website %20contains%20prohibited%20Mobile%20Pho nes%20content.
  • 3. Or graphic Lifting• Most of the time it happens while the elevated terrains such as mountains, Act as barriers to air flow ,forcing the air to ascend Cr/Climate-Moderator-Water-as-a.html
  • 4. Frontal Wedging• Is the boundary between cooling masses of warm and cold air. Frontal wedging is a process that accurse at a front in witch cold denses air acts as a barrier over which warmer less denses air rise. frontal-wedging
  • 5. Convergence• Lifting of air that results from air in lower atmosphere flooding together.
  • 6. Localized Convective • Occurs when unequal heating of Earth’s surface warms a pocket of air more than the surrounding air, lowering the air pocket’s density.
  • 7. Stability (Densit Diffrerences & Stability and Daily Weather)• con diction that happens when the air temperature actually increase with, height called a temperature inversion.
  • 8. Condensation• Condensation form from whether dew fog or clouds the air have to be saturated.
  • 9. Types of clouds• they are classified on the basis of their form and height• Cl0ouds that are white, and thin. They can accour as patches or as delicate vial- like sheets or extended wispy fiber that often have a feathery appearance.
  • 10. High clouds• Are usually ranging from about 16,5000 and 5,4000ft in latitude
  • 11. Middle clouds• Appear in the middle range from about 2000 to 6000 meter have the prefix alto as part of their name
  • 12. Low clouds• Three members of the family low clouds they are stratus, stratocumulus, and nimbostratus
  • 13. Clouds of Vertical Development• Clouds that don’t fit in the one of the three height categories mentioned.
  • 14. Fog When cool air moves over warm water, enough moisture may evaporate from the water surface to produce saturation The rising of the water vapor meets the cool air it immediately condenses and rises with the air that is being warmer from below attle_Fog.jpg
  • 15. Cold clouds precipitation (Bergergo process) • The process is a theory that relates the formation of precipitation to super cooled clouds, freezing nuclei, and the different saturation levels of ice and liquid •
  • 16. Warm cloud precipitation• When air is saturated (100% relative humidity) _Climate/16._Other_phenomena.h tml
  • 17. Sleet glaze and hail• Facts• Sleet-small particles of clear to translucent• Glaze – also knew as freezingg rain happens when super cooled raind droops• Hail – produce cumulonimbus cloud hailstones are small ice pellets but they get largers they collect super cooled watercooled.