I’m 24 years old with a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics. In my undergraduate curriculum, I had to take 14 hours of physics to complete my curriculum, so I took Physics I (classical mechanics), Physics II (electricity and magnetism), Modern Physics, and Computational Physics. I know a lot of programming languages, like C++, Java, Cobol, ADA, Fortran, Python, and Visual.
I want to know as much as possible, what high pressure does in certain positions, what low pressure does in certain positions, do the AO and NAO affect pressure systems? Also, Northern Blocking, I know what it is, but how does it arrive to become what it is?
Please answer any that you know. If you know the most the 10 points go to you.
(PS dont give me **** like do your own work. I dont care.)
Maritime tropical air masses
I am doing a homework project about Pedro Alvarez Cabral and need to know as many facts about him as possible. especially, important times in his life.
Or like weather and such. im going untio university next year and i dont know what to take at school for it.
I know the Officer requirements, but I have not been able to come up with other things. For instance, what are good academic qualities to have?
Much obliged to those who answer
At the same sub-freezing temperature, the saturation vapor pressure surrounding a supercooled water droplet is greater than the saturation vapor pressure surrounding an ice crystal. Why the difference and why is this important?
I live in Manchester and the weather is atrocious. We had maybe one sunny, warm week and then the rest of the time it’s oscillated between bright sun and heavy rain often several times a day.
Today, it started off great, then threw it down, then went sunny, then threw it down with lightening, now it’s sunny again.