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Troposphere - Wikipedia
The tropopause is the boundary region between the troposphere and the stratosphere.. Measuring the temperature change with height through the troposphere and the stratosphere identifies the location of the tropopause.
Tropospheric ozone - Wikipedia
Ozone (O 3) is a constituent of the troposphere (it is also an important constituent of some regions of the stratosphere commonly known as the ozone layer).The troposphere extends from the Earth's surface to between 12 and 20 kilometers above sea level and consists of many layers. Ozone is more concentrated above the mixing layer, or ground layer. Ground-level ozone, though less concentrated ...
Atmosphere - animated diagram
Animated diagram of the earth's atmosphere for teachers and students.
Glossary of Terms: T - Physical Geography
Taiga See Boreal Forest. Taku Name for a katabatic type of cold wind that occurs in Alaska. Talik An unfrozen section of ground found above, below, or within a layer of discontinuous permafrost.These layers can also be found beneath water bodies in a layer of continuous permafrost.
‘Powerful evidence’ of global warming’s effect on seasons ...
Scientists studying the troposphere – the lowest level of the atmosphere – have found “powerful evidence” that climate change is altering seasonal temperatures. A study published in Science finds that climate change has caused an increase in the difference between summer and winter ...
Climate Prediction Center - Stratosphere: Stratosphere ...
The NCEP GDAS and CPC temperature and height analyses are used to monitor processes in the Stratosphere and Troposphere. In the table below are zonal mean time series of Temperature, Zonal Wind Component, Normalized Geopotential Height anomalies, amplitude of the height field's Wave 1, Wave 2, and Wave 3.
Terms and Definitions - Solar System
Glossary of space and planetary related terms. A accretion Accumulation of dust and gas into larger bodies. albedo Reflectivity of an object; ratio of reflected light to incident light.
Geography4Kids.com: Atmosphere: Greenhouse Effect
Greenhouse Effect - What Is It? So you're thinking its nice, comfortable and smells good in a greenhouse. It's hundreds of happy plants and a bit humid.