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Department
Geology
Course
GEOL 2207
Professor
J.Finnis
Semester
Summer

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Tornadoes - Violent rotating columns of air in contact with the ground - Strong tornadoes from supercell thunderstorms, thunderstorms that are rotating as mesocyclones - VISIBLE by cloud-water droplets (funnel cloud) [top] or by dust/debris from ground debris cloud [bottom] - SOME ARE INVISIBLE Tornado Alley USA plains states/Southeastern & Southcentral States: o Kansas, Oklaholma, Texas Reasons of high frequency of tornadoes there are
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