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  • What is an example of a warm front?
    What is an example of a warm front?
    When a cold air mass is being replaced by a warm air mass, this transition zone is known as a warm front. The movement of a warm front typically follows the direction of the southwest to northeast and brings a change in weather. On weather maps, a solid red line typically represents a warm front, as the red stands for warm air and blue stands for cold air. The air behind a warm front is not only typically warmer but is also often moister, than the air ahead of it. A warm front can be hundreds of miles long, and a drop in air pressure is usually also detected.

  • What would a dry, cold air mass be called?
    What would a dry, cold air mass be called?
    Continental polar because it is dry and cold so it is that.

  • Which type of gas takes up the largest portion of the Earth's atmosphere?
    Which type of gas takes up the largest portion of the Earth's atmosphere?
    Nitrogen is the air that is in the largest amount on earth.

  • The bar chart shows the amounts of pollution, in the atmosphere, produced by petrol driven vehicles and from coal-burning power stations.Which chemical element makes up the largest part of solid...
    The bar chart shows the amounts of pollution, in the atmosphere, produced by petrol driven vehicles and from coal-burning power stations.Which chemical element makes up the largest part of solid...
    Vehicles since it is indicated so ,carbon is not indicated anywhere.

  • The bar chart shows the amounts of pollution, in the atmosphere, produced by petrol driven vehicles and from coal-burning power stations.Which source of pollution produces the most sulfur dioxide?
    The bar chart shows the amounts of pollution, in the atmosphere, produced by petrol driven vehicles and from coal-burning power stations.Which source of pollution produces the most sulfur dioxide?
    Power stations because that is how it is indicated on the above quiz.

  • What do you call an air mass that is formed over the ocean near the equator?
    What do you call an air mass that is formed over the ocean near the equator?
    The air mass of the question is Maritime tropical air mass

  • Which source of pollution produces the most sulfur dioxide? The bar chart shows the amounts of pollution, in the atmosphere, produced by petrol driven vehicles and from coal-burning power stations.
    Which source of pollution produces the most sulfur dioxide? The bar chart shows the amounts of pollution, in the atmosphere, produced by petrol driven vehicles and from coal-burning power stations.
    The answer is Power Stations... Not power stationps

  • What are the responces of air quality?
    What are the responces of air quality?
    The response of air quality from governments is to ensure that the environmental protection authority monitors businesses and reports on any breaches that can lead to fines. It had been said that businesses especially those that use industrial chimneys in the city is the main source of air pollution. Construction businesses which create roads and highways contribute to the growing problem in air pollution, too. This is why the government made different divisions in which they can monitor these businesses and provide sets of rules that they need to follow to ensure that the air quality on Earth remains as clean as possible. If anybody is found breaching these set of rules, they will be dealt with accordingly – fines, or worse, the closure of their business.

  • Which of the following symbols represents a maritime tropical mass?
    Which of the following symbols represents a maritime tropical mass?
    The correct answer is actually mT

  • Continental air masses bring the following kind of weather?
    Continental air masses bring the following kind of weather?
    This question is incorrect. You cannot determine the temperature of an air mass based off of if it's marine or continental. Those factors only explain where the source is from, over land or ocean. cP, cA and cT are what determine the temperature. P is for polar meaning cold, A is for arctic meaning very cold and T is for tropic meaning warm. This question isto assumingwhat the temperature of just a continental air mass would be, which isn't possible without more information.

  • What is the nature of air quality?
    What is the nature of air quality?
    The answer is letter C. Burning fossil fuels such as natural gas, oil, coal and gasoline is one of the major forms of polluting the air. Air quality refers to the degree in which the air is considered to be free from pollution. However, due to the increasing rate of burning fossil fuels, it emits emissions of carbon dioxide and contributes to the alarming degree of global warming because when fossil fuels are burned, unwanted gases or carbon emissions enter the atmosphere and these unwanted gases trap the Sun’s energy in the atmosphere. Mongolia is the country on Earth with the highest pollution index with 94.01. It is followed by Myanmar, Bangladesh, Egypt and Vietnam with 93.93, 90.0, 89.05 and 86.96 pollution indexes respectively.

  • What is the difference between Air Guard and Air Force?
    What is the difference between Air Guard and Air Force?
    Both the Air Guard and the Air Force are part of the military, but the Air Guard is actually part of the Air Force. It is a subcategory of the Air Force. If you are in the Air Force, then this is probably your full-time job whereas if you are in the Air Guard, then it may be your part-time job. When it comes to the Air Guard, the state governor is in charge of it. When it comes to Air Force, the president is in charge of the Air Force because he is considered to be the commander in chief. Whenever there is a problem within the country like a natural disaster, then the Air Guard is called. If there is something that happens internationally, that is a problem with the country, then the Air Force is called.