(Solution) An atmospheric layer extending from 10,000 feet to 20,000 feet has a mean layer temperature of -25 degrees celsius and a pressure(density) at the two... > Snapessays.com

(Solution) An atmospheric layer extending from 10,000 feet to 20,000 feet has a mean layer temperature of -25 degrees celsius and a pressure(density) at the two...

An atmospheric layer extending from 10,000 feet to 20,000 feet has a mean layer temperature of -25 degrees celsius and a pressure(density) at the two layers of 700 hPa(,858 kg/m^3) and 500 hPa(.582 kg/m^3), respectively. Assuming a mean layer geostrophic wind speed of 12 m/s from 220 degrees, a linear temperature increase of 1.5 degrees celsius per 150 km to the south, and a downward vertical wind speed of 0.05 mph, what is the change in pressure at the 10,000 ft level after one hour?

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