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Searched for: LC Classification is Science -- Physics -- Meteorology. Climatology -- Aqueous vapor -- Rain and rainfall
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Due to the presence of dissolved gases such as carbon dioxide, rainfall is naturally acidic. The release of other gases and chemicals such as sulfur dioxide during the combustion of coal and oil can cause rainfall to...
This is a resource from the Geological Survey of the United States dealing with rainfall and runoff. The resource provides a description of runoff and the factors that impact the amount of rainfall runoff for a...
This animated visualization from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shows the monthly distribution of global rainfall from January 1979 to January 2001, as illustrated by data gathered with a...
This applet provides a simulation of the type of precipitation that results from adjusting the temperature (dry bulb and wet bulb) at different altitudes. An updraft in the cloud can be produced in order to see its...
This is a USGS Water Science for School's web page. It describes rain and who gets it and who get very little. A table shows the amounts some cities across the U.S. received last year. Also explains what can happen to...
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