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Geography Notes October 10-12th

by: Alexis

Geography Notes October 10-12th Geog 1112

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Nogueira Monday - Wednesday Class 3-4pm Notes for this week hope these as well as the next study guide can help
Intro to weather and climate
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Date Created: 10/12/16
Geography Week Oct 10-12 Notes ~ Chapter 7 Water and Atmospheric Moisture ~ Earth’s Water Origin -  Earth’s water originated icy comets and hydrogen-oxygen-laden debris  Outgassing: process by which water and water vapor emerge from layers deep within and below the crust Water & Ice –  Water density reaches maximum at 4°C  Density = mass/volume Damages Due to Volume Expansion During Ice Formation –  Breaking Roads  Breaking Pipes  Damaging vehicle ‘s engine  Sinking Ships Humidity –  Humidity refers to water vapor in the air.  Humidity is primarily a function of the air temperature and the water vapor temperature.  Relative Humidity: Actual water vapor in the air/ maximum water vapor possible in the air at that temperature X 100% Maximum Specific Humidity –  Maximum specific humidity = maximum possible water vapor per unit mass of air  Maximum specific humidity ↑ as the air temperature increases  Maximum specific humidity ↓ as the air temperature decreases Saturation and Dew-Point Temperature –  As the relative humidity is at the 100%, air is at the saturation  At saturation, evaporation rate is equal to condensation rate (equilibrium).  The dew-point temperature: temperature at which a given mass of air becomes saturated and net condensation begins to form water droplets. Seasonal Humidity Patterns - Condensation occurs when temperature decreases Example: Buying drink from vending machine, after some time there is water on the outside of bottle after some time - Increase in water vapor increases relative humidity Humidity Instrument (1) Hair Hygrometer – Principle: Human hair changes in length with respect to changes in relative humidity


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