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QUESTION 1

1.  Heat that is absorbed and stored in a gas or liquid during the processes of evaporation, melting, or sublimation is:

latent heat

sensible heat

net radiation

insolation

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QUESTION 2

1.  Which of the following statement is False?

Atmosphere receives and abosorbs more radiation from the Sun and from the Earth.

Insolation is mainly short-wave radiation

Sensitive heat is the heat released or absorbed when water changes phases or state.

Heat index is used to measure how much heat energy contained with the Atmosphere.

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QUESTION 3

1.  Your should get familar with the following figure and different atmospheric layers. On this figure, the troposphere is labeled as ________________.

#1

#2

#3

#4

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QUESTION 4

1.  Within the stratosphere, atmospheric tempter increases with altitude mainly because ________________.

it receives more long-wave radiation from the Earth's surface.

it receives more short wave radiation from the Sun

there is an Ozone layer that tracts both long wave radiation from the earth and shortwave of radiation from the Sun

atmosphere becomes less dense and gas molecules travel very slow.

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QUESTION 5

1.  Which of the atmospheric controls causes the temperature difference between the western and eastern coasts  of a continent?

Latitude

land-water configuration

Ocean current

Elevation

Land blocks

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QUESTION 6

1.  Which statements are true about the following figure?

Maximun daily insolation always occur at the noon time.

Maximun daily temperature and daily insolation always occur at the same time, whcih is the noon time.

Maximun daily temperature and daily insolation always occur at the same time, whcih is in the middle afternoon close to 4:00 PM.

Maximun daily temperature always occurs later than maxitum daily insolation does.

Latent heat plays a significant role in causing such delay or daily variation in ballance between insolation and outgoing radiaton.

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QUESTION 7

1.  The following three figures are annual temperature of three different types of places. They may be too large for review but it is easy to compare with one another so I have placed them together. Please select all statements that are true regarding these climographs.

The annual temperature change is caused by the seasonal variation in insolation.

There is a lag in maximum monthly temperature (high or low) behind maximum monthly insolation which occurs on summer solstice. In the northern hemisphere, the highest average monthly temperature occur in July in land areas and in August in marintime environments.

The left graph for Perosia represent a pattern called continentality, which means that it has greater extreme temperature and ranges that those for a marinetime environment.

The mild range of temperature change and a longer lag of maximum mean monthly temperature in Honolulu, Hawaii, are mainly due to the effect of the ocean.

In Australia, the highest monthly temperature also occurs in July.

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QUESTION 8

1.  [G3: Analysis and Prediction] According to the following figure of long-term temperature change, in the next 50,000 years, Earth is more likely to experience another ______ with a temperature close to _____ if the the long-term trend continues.

_.

Ice age; point A

Ice age; point B

Interglacial age; Point A

Interglacial age; Point B

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QUESTION 9

1.  [G3: Analysis and Prediction] If global warming continues at the rate observed between 1980 and 2010 as shown in the following figure, the 5-year mean temperature is more likely to increase _____ between 2010 -2040.

by 0.4oC.

by 0.6oC.

by 0.8oC.

by 1.0oC.

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QUESTION 10

1.  [G3: Analysis and Conclusion] According to the previous two maps, we can conclude that the Earth is currently experiencing _____________.

a long-term cooling period or another iceage.

a long-term warming period

a short-term cooling period

a short-term warming period

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QUESTION 11

1.  According the left map in the following figure, what is the temperature difference between location A and G?

Less than 5F.

Less than 15F.

Less than 25F.

Less than 35F.

Less than 45F.

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QUESTION 12

1.  [Goal 3: Observation and Explanation] The temperature change from point A to point B is mainly due to the effect of __________.

 Elevation

Latitude

Land and ocean (water) contrast.

Ocean currents

Seasonal change

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QUESTION 13

1.  [Goal 3: Observation and Explanation] Based on the above map, Los Angeles is cooler than Charleston is mainly due to the effect of :

 Elevation

Latitude

Land and ocean (water) contrast.

Ocean currents

Seasonal change

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QUESTION 14

1.  [Goal 3: Observation and Explanation] If you want take a vacatin at a place with temperature atlest 15 degrees cooler than that of Balitimore, which location would be the best choice based on the previous map?

Miami near location H.

New Orleans near location G.

Rocky mountains near Denver location E.

Somewere in the SW near location F.

A nothern location at Chicago or near location B.

You need to learn how to interprete an isotherms or a temperature map. The following maps shows the global temperature distribution in July and December representing Summer and Winter respectively. Focus on how termperature distribution differs over land and ocean as it decreases with latitude. In this assignment, please just answer this question: Which of the fallowing statements are false?.

Overall, atmospheric temperature increases as latitude increases

Overall, atmospheric temperature increases as latitude increases.

During winter, the atmospheric temperature over the land area is much lower than that over the ocean surface.

During winter, the atmospheric temperature over the land area is much lower than that over the ocean surface.

The maximum temperature difference between land and ocean is smaller during winter than during summer

The maximum temperature difference between land and ocean is smaller during winter than during summer

During winter, the temerature difference between 0-45oN along Line B (over the Pacific Ocean) is about 25oC whereas the the temperature difference within the same range along Line C (mainly over land area) is more than 70oC

During winter, the temerature difference between 0-45o N along Line B (over the Pacific Ocean) is about 25oC whereas the the temperature difference within the same range along Line C (mainly over land area) is more than 70oC.

1. 

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