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Available data are presently insufficient to determine whether this is the result of an inappropriate surrogate site or adiabatic lapse rate, or whether temperature simply does not affect hydration over the range of elevations considered in this study.
In addition to the dry adiabatic lapse rate used in question 9, there is the wet adiabatic lapse rate for saturated air, which cools at a rate of about 2 degrees C per 1,000ft.
During the afternoon it's common for the environmental lapse rate to approach the dry adiabatic lapse rate (DALR) in the first few thousand feet of the surface (left).
Rule number two: As unsaturated air ascends, it will expand and cool at the dry adiabatic lapse rate. Rule number three: As saturated air ascends, it will expand and cool at the moist adiabatic lapse rate.
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