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Past Exam for GEOL 3114 - Introduction to Meteorology with Glynn at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam
Professor:Glynn
Class:GEOL 3114 - Introduction to Meteorology
Subject:Geosciences
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 1997
Keywords:
  • Weather Instruments
  • Temperature
  • Provided That
  • Horizontally
  • Differences
  • Persistence Forecast
  • Absolute Zero
  • Celsius Scale
  • Calculators
  • Conventional
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mfinal-F97 Page I of5 GEOL 3114 Introduction to Meteorology Final Exam: 16 December 1997 Answer all questions on the separate sheet provided. Print your name at the top and sign the pledge at the bottom. (You may write on both sides of the sheet, and separate sheets will be provided if needed.) The first forty questions are multiple-choice or short-answer questions worth four points each. Choose the best of the possible answers! Partial credit for a multiple-choice question will be considered if the question number on the answer sheet is circled and the workllogic is shown below. No calculators are allowed. The remaining five short-answer-essay questions have point values as indicated. There is a total of250 points. I. Give the two-letter cloud symbol for the cloud type which best fits the following description: Thin, white patch, sheet or layer of cloud without shading, composed of very small elements in the fonn of grains, ripples, etc., merged or separate, and more or less regularly a...

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