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Consider the temperature of the atmosphere defined as T, and the temperature of an air parcel emitted from a stack into the atmosphere defined as T '. For each of the following, determine if the air parcel rises or falls, and how far it rises or falls. Show all calculations. T(z=0) = 15oC, T'(z=50m) = 15oC, atmosphere is stable with dT/dz=+2 gamma. b. T(z=0) = 15oC, T'(z=50m) = 15oC, atmosphere is unstable.

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