Arizbeth.Olivares
AbioticTemperature Changes and Expansion           and Cooling Adiabatic is the temperature that happens eve though that ...
Or graphic Lifting• Most of the time it happens while the  elevated terrains such as mountains, Act as  barriers to air fl...
Frontal Wedging• Is the boundary between cooling masses of  warm and cold air. Frontal wedging is a  process that accurse ...
Convergence• Lifting of air that results from air in lower  atmosphere flooding together.http://riverdaughter.wordpress.co...
Localized Convective    • Occurs when unequal heating of Earth’s      surface warms a pocket of air more than the      sur...
Stability (Densit Diffrerences                     &       Stability and Daily Weather)• con diction that happens when the...
Condensation• Condensation form from whether dew fog or  clouds the air have to be saturated.
Types of clouds• they are classified on the basis of their  form and height• Cl0ouds that are white, and thin. They  can a...
High clouds• Are usually ranging from about 16,5000 and  5,4000ft in latitude
Middle clouds• Appear in the middle range from about 2000  to 6000 meter have the prefix alto as part of  their name
Low clouds• Three members of the family low clouds they  are stratus, stratocumulus, and nimbostratus
Clouds of Vertical Development• Clouds that don’t fit in the one of the three  height categories mentioned.
Fog When cool air moves over warm  water, enough moisture may evaporate from  the water surface to produce saturation Th...
Cold clouds precipitation                      (Bergergo process)  • The process is a theory that relates the    formation...
Warm cloud precipitation• When air is saturated (100% relative  humidity)     http://web.me.com/uriarte/Earths            ...
Sleet glaze and hail• Facts• Sleet-small particles of clear to translucent• Glaze – also knew as freezingg rain happens  w...
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  1. 1. Arizbeth.Olivares
  2. 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 http://10.85.0.4:8080/ibreports/ibp/bp.html?f n=Students&fp=1&ip=10.182.1.26&ibip=10.85. 0.4&ldu=0&re=0&bu=users.tpg.com.au/users/ rwest000/mangrove/abiotic.html&bc=Website %20contains%20prohibited%20Mobile%20Pho nes%20content.
  3. 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 http://www.waterencyclopedia.com/Ce- Cr/Climate-Moderator-Water-as-a.html
  4. 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. http://highdefinitionwallpapers.org/wallpaper- frontal-wedging
  5. 5. Convergence• Lifting of air that results from air in lower atmosphere flooding together.http://riverdaughter.wordpress.com/2011/05/28/convergence-reckless-endangerment-and-can-you-afford-to-retire/
  6. 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.http://eo.ucar.edu/kids/dangerwx/tstorm4.htm
  7. 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. 8. Condensation• Condensation form from whether dew fog or clouds the air have to be saturated.
  9. 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. 10. High clouds• Are usually ranging from about 16,5000 and 5,4000ft in latitude
  11. 11. Middle clouds• Appear in the middle range from about 2000 to 6000 meter have the prefix alto as part of their name
  12. 12. Low clouds• Three members of the family low clouds they are stratus, stratocumulus, and nimbostratus
  13. 13. Clouds of Vertical Development• Clouds that don’t fit in the one of the three height categories mentioned.
  14. 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 http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archivo:Dense_Se attle_Fog.jpg
  15. 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 •http://www.google.com.do/imgres?q=Cold+clouds+precipitation&um=1&hl=es&safe=active&biw=1024&bih=419&tbm=isch&tbnid=LN-uDK235EHKJM:&imgrefurl=http://nanopatentsandinnovations.blogspot.com/2010/06/amount-of-dust-pollen-matters-for-cloud.html&docid=a3ZcEv
  16. 16. Warm cloud precipitation• When air is saturated (100% relative humidity) http://web.me.com/uriarte/Earths _Climate/16._Other_phenomena.h tml
  17. 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. http://www.alabamawx.com/?tag=sleet
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