So basically is this like atmospheric stuff? Like hadley, ferrel, and polar cells, weather fronts, atmospheric inversions, to list a few?Yeah... I would definitely study some meteorology. You don't have to study *everything* meteorology-related for sure... google and focus on subjects such as Hydrometeorology. That should give you a good start on where to focus your attention.
One of the years I participated... I believe in 2004... they focused entirely on Hurricane Andrew in South Florida including looking at storm surge, property damage photos, etc. It was by far the best RS test I had, and I enjoyed it immensely.
Alright, so it's more based on image analysis, instead of the separate concepts themselves? Last year, the only thing I encountered not related to satellite imagery were questions involving global warming that asked about the effects of greenhouse gases and such.The meteorology-related problems you'll see on the test will probably be those that you can see in images taken by satellites. Stuff like RADAR images- and also as PAweatherguy pointed out, photographs of damage from storms, etc. Don't get too caught up in the Meteorology aspect of the test, it shouldn't be anything like the B event at all.
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