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Which of the following refers to the temperature to which air would have to be cooled to reach saturation?
a) dew point
b) vapor
c) adiabatic rate
d) relative point

The change of state from a gas to a liquid is called ____.
a) condensation
b) deposition
c) evaporation
d) sublimation

Which term describes the conversion of a solid directly to a gas, without passing through the liquid state?
a) sublimation
b) deposition
c) evaporation
d) condensation

Which biome is characterized by having trees that lose their leaves every year?
a) Temperate Deciduous Forest
b) Grassland
c) Savannah
d) Temperate Rainforest

The process by which water vapor changes directly to a solid is called ____.
a) deposition
b) condensation
c) sublimaiton
d) evaporation

Which of the following can change from one state of matter to another at the temperatures and pressures experienced at Earth's surface?
a) water
b) carbon dioxide
c) nitrogen
d) oxygen

What is true about relative humidity?
a) It indicates how near the air is to saturation.
b) It is the temperature to which a parcel of air would need to be cooled to reach saturation.
c) It is the general term used to describe the amount of water vapor in air.
d) It indicates the actual quantity of water vapor in the air.

If the water-vapor content of air remains constant, lowering air temperature causes a/an ____.
a) increase in relative humidity
b) temperature inversion
c) decrease in relative humidity
d) increase in evaporation

What is true about warm, saturated air?
a) It contains more water vapor than cold air.
b) It contains less water vapor than cold air.
c) It does not contain any water vapor.
d) It contains the same amount of water vapor as cold air

What is the relationship between elevation and climate?
a) The higher the elevation, the colder the climate
b) The lower the elevation, the colder the climate
c) There is no relationship between elevation and climate
d) The higher the elevation, the warmer the climate

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