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Creating a Fog Chamber

.... The part of Meteorology that will be discussed throughout this paper are: water vapor, precipitation types, cloud types, and fog types. ....

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Glaobal Warming

.... The uncertainties concerning the responses of clouds, water vapor, ice, sulfates, and ocean currents remain formidable (Mahlman 1416). ....

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Why Do Clouds Stay Up?

.... Air can hold only a certain amount of water vapor at any given temperature. Warm air can hold more water vapor than cool air can. ....

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Hurricanes

.... heat energy, released as the water vapor in the air condenses, as this happens it drives the upper drafts to heights of 50,000 to 60,000 feet. ....

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HYPE

.... The earth's primitive atmosphere is said by scientist that it was composed of water vapor,carbon dioxide,sulfur dioxide, nitrogen,and other gases released by ....

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tulip

.... The earth's primitive atmosphere is said by scientist that it was composed of water vapor,carbon dioxide,sulfur dioxide, nitrogen,and other gases released by ....

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Aristole and Meteorology

.... III. Water vapor and precipitation A. Aristotle's view B. Science and fact IV. Winds .... galaxies. Aristotle realized water vapor existed. He ....

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Hurricanes and Tornados

.... Heat energy, released as the water vapor in the air, condenses. .... As this air swirls in over the sea surface, it soaks up more and more water vapor. ....

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Example of Scientific Method

.... Rainfall is reduced because there are fewer trees to return water vapor to the air through tree transpiration, or water evaporation through trees. ....

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Example of Scientifi Method

.... Rainfall is reduced because there are fewer trees to return water vapor to the air through tree transpiration, or water evaporation through trees. ....

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Global Warming

.... As the heat builds up in the atmosphere, so does water vapor. It is a viscous cycle. Higher temperatures evaporate more water, and ....

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Transpiration

.... epidermal cells. These hairs serve to slow the loss of water vapor from stomata to the dry air surrounding the leaf. The upper surface ....

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Greenhouse

.... They include carbon dioxide, water vapor, methane, nitrous oxide, CFC's, and other halocarbons. The earth's atmosphere goes through two processes constantly. ....

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Global warming1

.... They include carbon dioxide, water vapor, methane, nitrous oxide, CFC's, and other halocarbons. The earth's atmosphere goes through two processes constantly. ....

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Global warming

.... trapped in the atmosphere. Some of the most common greenhouse gasses are water vapor, carbon dioxide, and methane. If there were no ....

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They Hydrological Cycle: A Bathroom Explanation

.... In a bathroom, which is much smaller than the atmosphere, the air doesn"tmt have a lot of space to carry this water vapor around in, and it ends up leaving it ....

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Does Gobal Warming really exis

.... Water vapor is the main culprit for the earth's greenhouse effect. Water vapor accounts for about 95% of the earth's greenhouse effect. ....

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Transpiration Lab

.... The extra exposure to light adds heat which dries up water vapor around the plant and inside the leaves, as it leaves through the stomata. ....

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The Longevity of Earth

.... Some of these greenhouse gases are water vapor, carbon dioxide, and methane. .... Water vapor accounts for 80 percent of natural greenhouse warming. ....

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Rain

.... dust. This procedure that is referred to as condensation is the process whereby water vapor changes to the liquid state. Then, rain ....

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Global

.... trapped in the atmosphere. Some of the most common greenhouse gasses are water vapor, carbon dioxide, and methane. If there were no ....

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Storm / Hurricane and the help of the NOAA

.... It take three main conditions for a hurricane to form (warm ocean water - provides water vapor to the atmosphere, warm moist air - latent heat fuel and the ....

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The Principle Events in the Evolution of the Earths Atmosphere

.... It had about 95% carbon dioxide, 2-3% nitrogen, and very little, less than 1% oxygen. Today the Earth contains 79% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 3% water vapor. ....

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The Principle Events in the Evolution of the Earth

.... It had about 95% carbon dioxide, 2-3% nitrogen, and very little, less than 1% oxygen. Today the Earth contains 79% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 3% water vapor. ....

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Global Climate

.... What is certain about the atmosphere's affect is the existence of heat trapping Green House Gases (GHGs), including water vapor, CO2, methane and nitrous oxide ....

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Ozone depletion, greenhouse effect, acid rain

.... Water vapor is the most dangerous gas of the greenhouse effect. .... The concentration in the water vapor is increased by any kind of global temperature rising. ....

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The PlanetsSolar System

.... acid. Water and water vapor are very uncommon on Venus. Many scientists .... acid. Water and water vapor are very uncommon on Venus. Many scientists ....

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Hydrogen Powered Cars

.... Except instead of running on gas, it uses liquid hydrogen, and instead of releasing toxic chemicals, it releases water vapor. Almost ....

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Water

.... oceans. It appears as fog and steam in the gaseous state (water vapor). The .... faster. When boiled, water turns into vapor and creates steam. It ....

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Ozone Layer and Its Problems

.... It is important to understand that several specific gases such as water vapor, carbon dioxide, and methane keep ground temperatures at a global average of ....

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