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Department
Geography
Course
GG101
Professor
James Hamilton
Semester
Winter

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GG Week 7 lecture 1 Cyclones  Cylones o an enclosed area of low pressure with air circulation in a spiral or vortex  Wave Cyclone o System of the mid and high latitudes, a moving vortex with warm and cold air masses o Importance  Development  Stationary Front  Cyclongenesis  stage where circulation around low pressure appears  Open stage  well developed cold and warm fronts  Occluded stage  Dissolving stage  mid latitude cyclones are weather makers  Tropical Cyclone  Tornado Global Climate chapter 10. summary boxes for tropical climates mesothermal climates, microthermal climates, polar and highland climates, and arid and semiarid climates (desert climates)  Weather and Climate o weather = day to day fluctuations in:  temperature  humidity  pressure 
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