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CU-BOULDERATOC 1050Melissa NigroFall

ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Intertropical Convergence Zone, Wind Shear, Vertical Draft

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CU-BOULDERATOC 1050Melissa NigroFall

ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Wind Direction, English Units, Ideal Gas Law

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CU-BOULDERATOC 1050Melissa NigroFall

ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Hurricane Hunters, Tropical Cyclone Warnings And Watches, Atmospheric Pressure

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Hurricane forecasting: meteorologists analyze surrounding atmospheric conditions to prepare a hurricane forecast (using satellite images, hurricane hun
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CU-BOULDERATOC 1050Melissa NigroFall

ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Outflow Boundary, Tornado Warning, Cumulus Cloud

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Chapter 10 (continued part 3): thunderstorms and tornadoes. Supercell thunderstorms: made of a single, very powerful cell, vertical heights extend to 2
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CU-BOULDERATOC 1050Melissa NigroFall

ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Norwegian Cyclone Model, Polar Front, Westerlies

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Polar-front theory (norwegian cyclone model: the majority of weather in the mid-latitudes (florida to alaska) is generated by mid-latitude cyclones, th
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CU-BOULDERATOC 1050Melissa NigroFall

ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Potential Gradient, Lightning

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CU-BOULDERATOC 1050Melissa NigroFall

ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Freezing Rain, Water Vapor, Dew Point

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Tues/thurs 9:30-10:45am: weather forecast- a scientific estimate of the weather conditions at some future time. Chapter 9: weather forecasting: tempera
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CU-BOULDERATOC 1050Melissa NigroFall

ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Air Mass

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Air mass: an immense body of air, usually 1600 km (994 miles) or more across and several kilometers thick. The air is characterized by homogeneous phys
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CU-BOULDERATOC 1050Melissa NigroFall

ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Tornado Warning, Multiple-Vortex Tornado, Weather Radar

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Chapter 10 (continued part 4): thunderstorms and tornadoes: tornado watches: alert the public to the possibility of tornadoes over a specified area for
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CU-BOULDERATOC 1050Melissa NigroFall

ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Smog, Exosphere, Radiosonde

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Meteorology: the scientific study of the atmosphere and the atmospheric phenomena as well as the atmosphere"s interaction with the earth"s surface and
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CU-BOULDERATOC 1070Derek BrownSpring

ATOC 1070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Weather Satellite, Rail Delivery Group, Hot Pot

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Objectives: our first objective in this lab is to grasp an understanding of the properties of emission, and absorption of radiation in the earth"s atmo
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ATOC 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Latent Heat, Sensible Heat, Heat Transfer

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Heat - the transfer of energy in or out of an object due to a temperature difference between that object and its surroundings (moves high to low) Sensi
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