19 March 2001
OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION
Lesson Topic 2.7:
Electronic classroom presentation with slides
Partially supported by this lesson topic:
Upon completion of this unit of instruction the student
naval aviator will demonstrate knowledge of meteorological
theory enabling them to make intelligent decisions when
confronted with various weather phenomena and hazards.
Completely supported by this lesson topic:
Define the terms front and frontogenesis.
Describe the general characteristics of a front,
including its structure.
Describe the polar front.
Describe the discontinuities used to locate and
Describe the factors that influence frontal weather.
Describe the conditions associated with a cold front.
Describe the characteristics of a squall line.
Describe the conditions associated with a warm front.
Describe the conditions associated with a stationary
Describe the conditions associated with occluded
Describe the conditions for upper fronts to develop.
Describe the conditions associated with an inactive