Atmospheric Water - Weather Ocean and Freshwater Distribution

Atmospheric Water - Weather Ocean and Freshwater Distribution

Atmospheric Water - Weather Ocean and Freshwater Distribution

Figure 5.3 Three States of Water

Figure 5.4 Relative Humidity

Figure 5.7 Buoyancy

Figure 5.14 Adiabatic Processes

Figure 5.15 Cloud Types and Identification

Figure 5.18 Cumulonimbus Development

Figure 5.19 Air Masses

Figure 5.24 Lake

Effect Snowbelts Figure 5.26

Atmospheric Lifting Mechanisms Convectional Lifting

Orographic Lifting Frontal Lifting Cold fronts Warm fronts

Local Heating and Convection Figure 5.28

Atmospheric Lifting Mechanisms Figure 5.27

Orographic Precipitation Figure 5.30

Cold Front Figure 5.31a

Warm Front Figure 5.32

Average and Actual Storm Tracks Figure 5.34

Thunderstorms Figure 5.36

Tornadoes Figure 5.39

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