2 edition of Laboratory Exercises for Atmospheric Interactions found in the catalog.
Laboratory Exercises for Atmospheric Interactions
Walter E. Martin
June 1, 1991
by Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||144|
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Figure 5 shows a simplified weather map illustrating an. Lab Exercises. 1 Field Mapping 2 Latitude, Longitude, and Time 3 Earth-Sun Relations 4 Solar Radiation 5 Changing Earth-Sun Relations: Milankovitch Cycles 6 Atmospheric Pressure and Winds 7 Global Atmosphere and Ocean Circulation 8 Atmospheric Humidty 9 Adiabatic Processes and Precipitation 10 Air Masses, Cyclonic Storms, and Fronts.
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