# Meteorology

- Albedo Calculation - The albedo of a surface is calculated using the reflection coefficient, providing insight into its reflectivity and thermal properties.
- Beer-Lambert Law for Atmospheric Absorption - Understanding the Beer-Lambert law calculation for atmospheric absorption, which describes the relationship between absorbance and concentration.
- Bergeron-Findeisen Process - The Bergeron-Findeisen process is a meteorological phenomenon through which ice crystals grow to form precipitation. This formula calculates the rate of ice crystal growth.
- Buys Ballot's Law - Buys Ballot's Law describes the relationship between wind direction and pressure distribution in the atmosphere.
- Lifted Index - The Lifted Index (LI) is a measure of atmospheric instability and is used in meteorology to assess the potential for severe weather.
- Relative Humidity - Relative Humidity is a critical measurement in meteorology. This formula helps calculate the relative humidity based on actual and saturated vapor pressures.
- Thermal Wind Equation - The thermal wind equation relates wind shear with height to the temperature gradient with height in the atmosphere.