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Re: Meteorology B

Postby sunvenu » March 17th, 2015, 6:41 am

Dry winter, Wet Summer

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Re: Meteorology B

Postby John Richardsim » March 17th, 2015, 4:29 pm

Dry winter, Wet Summer
Dry winters are a part of it, but that only covers the "w" of Cwc. Keep going for the C and c.
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Re: Meteorology B

Postby meteorology891 » March 19th, 2015, 9:58 am

Alright, let's get this going again.

Describe what parameters define a Cwc classification on the Koppen.
Moist with mild (mild is describing temperature) winters, dry winters, avg rainfall of wettest summer month at least 10 times as much as in driest winter month, short and cool summers, the average temp of all months is below 72 F
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Re: Meteorology B

Postby John Richardsim » March 19th, 2015, 5:29 pm

Alright, let's get this going again.

Describe what parameters define a Cwc classification on the Koppen.
Moist with mild (mild is describing temperature) winters, dry winters, avg rainfall of wettest summer month at least 10 times as much as in driest winter month, short and cool summers, the average temp of all months is below 72 F
Hmmm, I suppose I'll accept it. Where have you others been getting you information on the Koppen? Why stuff appears to be certainly different...

Anyways, your turn.
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Re: Meteorology B

Postby meteorology891 » March 19th, 2015, 6:11 pm

Alright, let's get this going again.

Describe what parameters define a Cwc classification on the Koppen.
Moist with mild (mild is describing temperature) winters, dry winters, avg rainfall of wettest summer month at least 10 times as much as in driest winter month, short and cool summers, the average temp of all months is below 72 F
Hmmm, I suppose I'll accept it. Where have you others been getting you information on the Koppen? Why stuff appears to be certainly different...

Anyways, your turn.
What are the three types of convection cells?
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Re: Meteorology B

Postby coprolite_dipstick » March 20th, 2015, 1:49 pm

Hmmm, I suppose I'll accept it. Where have you others been getting you information on the Koppen? Why stuff appears to be certainly different...

Anyways, your turn. What are the three types of convection cells?
Polar, Hadley, and Ferrel
Describe the difference between ET and EF in Koppen Climate Classifications
2016: CVMC/CV Invite/Mesa Robles/Reg/State
ExpD: 1/1/1/1/9
Foss: 3/1/8/4/1
Green Gen: 2/1/4/1/7
Met: 2/2/3/8/4
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Re: Meteorology B

Postby meteorology891 » March 20th, 2015, 4:36 pm

Hmmm, I suppose I'll accept it. Where have you others been getting you information on the Koppen? Why stuff appears to be certainly different...

Anyways, your turn. What are the three types of convection cells?
Polar, Hadley, and Ferrel
Describe the difference between ET and EF in Koppen Climate Classifications
[hide]In EF, the average temperature of the warmest month is 0 degrees celsius or below, but in ET, the avg temp of the warmest month is more than 0 celsius, but less than 10 celsius[/hide]
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Re: Meteorology B

Postby coprolite_dipstick » March 20th, 2015, 5:22 pm

Hmmm, I suppose I'll accept it. Where have you others been getting you information on the Koppen? Why stuff appears to be certainly different...

Anyways, your turn. What are the three types of convection cells?
Polar, Hadley, and Ferrel
Describe the difference between ET and EF in Koppen Climate Classifications
In EF, the average temperature of the warmest month is 0 degrees celsius or below, but in ET, the avg temp of the warmest month is more than 0 celsius, but less than 10 celsius
I have something a little bit different, but close enough :P

Your turn!
2016: CVMC/CV Invite/Mesa Robles/Reg/State
ExpD: 1/1/1/1/9
Foss: 3/1/8/4/1
Green Gen: 2/1/4/1/7
Met: 2/2/3/8/4
the dipstick is an intricate device used to measure the amount of rain in a rain gauge. it can also be used as a derogatory term for your meteorology partners

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Re: Meteorology B

Postby meteorology891 » March 20th, 2015, 6:42 pm

Describe the difference between ET and EF in Koppen Climate Classifications[/quote]In EF, the average temperature of the warmest month is 0 degrees celsius or below, but in ET, the avg temp of the warmest month is more than 0 celsius, but less than 10 celsius[/quote]

I have something a little bit different, but close enough :P

Your turn![/quote] Describe the Daisy World Model
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Re: Meteorology B

Postby coprolite_dipstick » March 20th, 2015, 8:05 pm

Computer simulation to show the effects of albedo using white and black daisies.  It starts off with the sun luminosity being too low for the theoretical planet to support life. As it heats up, black daisies begin to germinate and heat up the planet. It then is warm enough for white daisies to appear, which cool down the planet. Temp is a constant when the white & black daisies are at equilibrium. As the luminosity increases, it gets too hot for black daisies, so they die. White daisies continue to survive until the planet heats up too much from increasing luminosity, and then the land becomes completely barren.
2016: CVMC/CV Invite/Mesa Robles/Reg/State
ExpD: 1/1/1/1/9
Foss: 3/1/8/4/1
Green Gen: 2/1/4/1/7
Met: 2/2/3/8/4
the dipstick is an intricate device used to measure the amount of rain in a rain gauge. it can also be used as a derogatory term for your meteorology partners


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