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

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam
Professor:Glynn
Class:GEOS 3114 - Introduction to Meteorology
Subject:Geosciences
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 1998
Keywords:
  • Convection Cell
  • Provided That
  • Fujita Scale
  • Behind (of)
  • Differences
  • Saffir-Simpson Scale
  • Polar Front
  • Calculators
  • Air Mass Thunderstorms
  • Flash Floods
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GEOL 3114 Introduction to Meteorology Hour Test: 3 December 1998 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 twenty 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 work/logic is shown below. The remaining three short-answer essay questions have point values as indicated. There is a total of 125 points. One side of an 8.5x11 inch paper of notes is allowed, otherwise it is a closed book exam. No calculators are allowed. 1. Which latitude belt best describes the temperate zone? (Hint; the range in latitudes where wave cyclones occur.) A) 10 to 35 B) 20 to 80 C) 20 to 35 D) 40 to 70 @30 to 50 2. In the Northern Hemi...

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