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Air Masses And Fronts.

The boundary where two air masses meet and weather occurs is called what?
a) front
b) air mass
c) convection
d) clouds

A large body of air that has the same temperature and moisture level throughout is what?
a) front
b) air mass
c) convection
d) clouds

Maritime polar air masses are:
a) cold and wet
b) cold and dry
c) warm and wet
d) warm and dry

Continental polar air . masses are:
a) cold and wet
b) cold and dry
c) warm and wet
d) warm and dry

Maritime tropical air masses are:
a) cold and wet
b) cold and dry
c) warm and wet
d) warm and dry

Continental tropical air masses are:
a) cold and wet
b) cold and dry
c) warm and wet
d) warm and dry

This is formed when cold air masses push warm air masses up.
a) occluded front
b) stationary front
c) warm front
d) cold front

This occurs when warm air masses stretch over cold air masses.
a) occluded front
b) stationary front
c) warm front
d) cold front

This occurs when cold and warm air masse meet but neither one has enough force to move the other.
a) occluded front
b) stationary front
c) warm front
d) cold front

This occurs when a warm air mass is caught between two cooler air masses.
a) occluded front
b) stationary front
c) warm front
d) cold front

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