Air's temperature, water vapor content, and pressure.
Atmosphere, wind, heat.
atmospheric pressure, moisture.
All are correct.
air's temperature, pressure, and water vapor content.
Heat, pressure, cold and wind.
Cold air, warm air, pressure, and water vapor content.
Heat, pressure, wind, and moisture.
Automatic temperature change in rising or falling air
Air heated by the Earth rises and is replaced by cooler air descending from higher altitudes
Ocean of air immediately above the Earth's surface
Transitional zone between the troposphere and near void of the stratosphere Transitional zone between the troposphere and near void of the stratosphere
Pilots favor this level for flying.
Extremely high and deadly temperatures exist in this level.
Troposphere is the end of our air ocean; beyond it is outer space.
Determines the weather.
Violent frontal system
When warm moves over cold
When neither warm nor cold air masses advance on each other
The boundary between warm and cold
Celsius scale thermometer.
The same temperature and pressure.
the same humidity and pressure.
The same temperature and humidity.
None of the answers are correct.
60 degrees Celsius
-2 degrees Celsius
0 degrees Celsius
32 degrees Celsius
stays the same
Decreases to dew point, then increases
The chemical makeup of both is the same
Water at the surface has a greater density than water at the bottom.
Water is nearly incompressible.
Water at the bottom has a greater density than water at the surface.
Stratosphere, troposphere, mesosphere, thermosphere and exosphere.
troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere and exosphere.
Mesosphere, troposphere, stratosphere, thermosphere and exosphere.
Thermosphere, mesosphere, troposphere, stratosphere, and exosphere.
0 degrees F to 20 degrees F.
15 degrees F to 50 degrees F.
60 degrees F to 100 degrees F.
-40 degrees F to -50 degrees F.
Weather prediction and scientific research
Science of weather
Study of air current advantages
Development of weather instruments
None of the answers are correct
Rising moisture from the earth that condenses when it meets cooler air aloft.
Moisture from frozen carbon dioxide.
Ice crystal meeting silver iodide in the upper atmosphere.
All of the answers are correct.
A low-lying cloud, near or touching the surface of the earth
Usually lifts before noon, having been "burned" away by the sun
Indicates that clear and cold weather can be forecast
Formed by air saturation
Convection, Adiabatic, and Transpiration
Heat, Pressure, and Wind
Evaporation, Condensation, and Precipitation
Evaporation, Transpiration, and Convection
Water and solar energy.
Hygroscope nuclei and dust.
Water vapor and hygroscope nuclei.
Hygroscope nuclei and energy from the sun.
Rain, snow, sleet and hail.
Warm temperature only
Cold temperature only
A combination of warm and cold temperature
Elevation above ground.
water phase (solid or liquid).
Elevation above ground.
Water phase (solid or liquid).
It will snow
That rain will probably occur within twenty-four hours
it will sleet
Nothing will occur
Cirrus, alto, or nimbus
Low, middle, or high
Cirrus, cumulus, or stratus
Small, medium, or large
Mountains stop the cloud movement
Moisture rises from vegetation, meets cooler air and condenses
Land is cooler than water
There is no wind over the island