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Adiabatic Lapse Rate | Factors and Types | Climatology | Dr. Krishnanand

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This is the eighth in the series of lectures; on Adiabatic Lapse Rate for undergraduate geography students as well as Geography (optional) for UPSC exams.

This video by Dr. Krishnanand, founder of TheGeoecolologist; is suitable and helpful for the UPSC/IAS aspirants and beginners as well.

Simplified Explanation of Adiabatic Lapse Rate has been made in this lecture.

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42 responses on "Adiabatic Lapse Rate | Factors and Types | Climatology | Dr. Krishnanand"

  1. Sir there arises a question in my mind please help me out with the appropriate response- πŸ™

    ● What kind of conditions will prevail when the Environmental Lapse Rate(ELR) is equal to Dry Adiabatic Rate(DAR) ?

    Waiting for your response sir. πŸ™

  2. 11:43 may be connected to Weber's ideal type. 😁

  3. Thannk you so much sir.. Beautiful conceptual clarity of this topic..

  4. At 13:28 , expansion is reducing temperature, does it mean β€˜As volume increases , temperature decreases’ ?…..pls clarify the confusion

  5. sir please help me out , rajasthan has dry conditions which means it will have DALR and temp. will dec. with inc. in ht. than why rajasthan has hot conditions why not cool if temp. is decreasing.

  6. Thanks for beautiful explanation 😍

  7. Best explanation on this particular topic…even my colleague's professor don't have clarity..am really thankful to u..ur all videos are very much helpful .. reliable work…πŸ‘

  8. If somebody want the best content and that too in short. This is the best platform, the way he's explaining is fabulous.

  9. Sir please reply..
    1) There is a gradual decrease of temperature with height in the atmosphere. This is known as—
    A) Adiabatoc lapse rate
    B) Normal lapse rate

    Please answer

  10. sir what will be the lapse rate if the parcel air comes down from a montain on leeward side and increases temperature but there is decrese in elevation ? will it be positive or negative ? for eg the ghat sections. please tell sir ?

  11. thankyou thank you so much sirji

  12. Checking all content through your videos

  13. I have to appear in an exam of meteorologisit

  14. Best geography teacher.. Lots of love and regards… @new subscriber here.. Keep uploading πŸ™

  15. sir please review my understanding for DALR :
    as there is low moisture in the atmosphere, less amount of water vapor is present for condensation thus less amount of latent heat is released. This results in temp difference per km being greater as compared to wet ALR.

  16. sir with all due respect , u have not provided explanation for DALR and wet ALR, u are just reading the points …… please provide an explanation in the case of DALR that why temp difference is more per km as compared to wet ALR

  17. sir you way of explaing is very good

  18. Sir I read several book dry adiabatic lapse rate is 10 c per kilometre And wet adiabatic lapse rate is 5degree c
    Sir plz clear this concept
    Thank u πŸ’–

  19. Thank you sir ..it was very helpful

  20. Thank you sir u have come as helping hand in my preparation

  21. Excellent explanation! I have my final exam tomorrow and this was the only topic I couldn’t properly understand. Thank you so much for the help.🀝

  22. really it helps me to understand the whole adiabatic process in a nutshell. Thanks a lot!

  23. Savindra Singh completely messed up this topic. Thanks for providing clarity!!πŸ™

  24. Sir agr aap bilingual padate to sab kuchh smjh aata

  25. Sir, according to the third gas law where Pressure is directly proportional to temperature .But generally we study that high temperature causes low pressure conditions and low temperature causes high pressure conditions.Going Adiabatically ,is this different?please clear the doubt.

  26. Very helpful and very nicely explained.
    Thank you so much.

  27. Sir … best teacher u are πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

  28. This video help me alot. Keep uploading and lots of love.

  29. Sir,, in adiabatic we are saying that temperature of air parcel is not changing,,,, but in adiabatic lapse rate we are now saying the temperature of air parcel is decreasing with altitude….
    I have some confusion in it since starting…plz clear my doubt….or am i thinking in a wrong way..???

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