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Class Notes for Geography at University of Central Florida

GEO 1200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cool Air, Puffy Amiyumi, Dew Point

1 GEO1200 – 0002 th Tues. Sept 6 Chapter 4 Week 3: Review: Air Mass: M or C Maritime- sea Continental- dry Florida: mostly continental or maritime tropical, sometimes continental polar air. Laps rate:...

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GEO 1200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: North Pacific Current, High-Pressure Area, Tornado Warning

1 GEO1200 – 0002 th Tues. Sept 6 Chapter 5 Week 3: Hadley cell- form because the equator is heated more strongly by the sun, causing thermal circulations. Air rises over the equator (0) and it is dean pole...

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GEO 1200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Latent Heat, Hydrosphere, Nimbostratus Cloud

1 GEO 1200-0002 Tuesday, August 30, 2016 Chapter 4 Week 2 1. Water in the Environment:  Water (H20) is a chemical compound of hydrogen and oxygen.  Positive and negat...

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GEO 1200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Urban Heat Island, Solar Irradiance, Heat Transfer

1 GEO1200 – 0002 Tues. August 30 th Chapter 3 Week 2: Review: What is albedo? The reflective property of an object. Low Albedo- dark objects High Albedo- Light Objects. Insolation: incoming solar radiation. Infr...

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