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Department
Geography
Course
GG101
Professor
James Hamilton
Semester
Winter

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2013-02-25 - Surface windectors. (Midterm) Cyclones: - if the isobars are very closely spaced this means that the expectation of the wind velocity is very strong and the pressure is higher. - Circulation goes into the low and then into a counter clockwise rising. - Why are wave cyclones so important o This is a associated with the passage of these kinds of systems. - Review major steps in text Cold -------------------L ----------------------- Warm Cyclogensis: the air starts to rotate in a CCwise rotation - this causes the warm air to push into the cold and the cold air to push into the warm. Open Stage: this is where there are well developed cold and warm masts - blue lines is the isobars - black triangles is warm air - half moons are the cold air
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