High and low mists, stratus, mist Identifiquem onde estao o nevoeiro/stratus, o oceano e as nuvens altas. Justifiquem su.


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Mists over the ocean (7) are white on the infra-red picture. That implies they are frosty, and ... On the noticeable picture, these mists are difficult to see: they are slender mists. ...
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High and low mists, stratus, haze Identifiquem onde estao o nevoeiro/stratus, o oceano e as nuvens altas. Justifiquem suas respostas.

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Cirrus, land - ocean contrasts Identifiquem onde estao as nuvens altas, o continente e o oceano e justifiquem suas respostas

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Wave mists, storm Nestas imagens aparecem tempestades, nuvens que surgiram devido an ondas de gravidade e sombras. Identifiquem essas caracteristicas nas imagens e justifiquem suas respostas. Fluxo de vento causado por um ciclone na regiao do Mediterraneo

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High mists, ocean, mountains, woodlands June 20, 1998 13:59 UTC South-west of France by a warmth day of June. On the infra-red picture, the hot ground (1) seems exceptionally dull though the ocean (2), colder, is brighter. In base of the picture, the Pyrenees (3) are additionally brighter than the plain in light of the fact that the ground is less hot. On the unmistakable picture, the ocean (4) is darker than the area (5), since it assimilates increasingly the sun based radiation. Similarly, the Landes woods (6) seems darker than the encompassing ranges. Mists over the ocean (7) are white on the infra-red picture. That implies they are chilly, and along these lines they are high mists. On the noticeable picture, these mists are difficult to see: they are slight mists. They are presumably cirrus.

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Cold fronts, showers, land - ocean contrasts June 5, 1999 08:15 UTC An icy front (1) has quite recently disregarded the North-West of France. Behind, the sky is clear. The shade of the shady strip shows up on the noticeable picture. An optional frosty front (2) approaches Brittany. Warm differentiation is more noteworthy: there are numerous shower mists (3) behind this auxiliary front. The ocean (4) does not contrast from the area (5) on the infra-red picture: their separate temperatures ought to be almost the same. Then again, on the obvious picture, the ocean (4) is much darker than the area (5), since it doesn\'t mirror the sun oriented radiation as the area does.

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Eruption of Etna, Sicily July 28, 2001 05:06 UTC Sicily. The tuft of smoke (1) from the ejection of Etna is pushed by a northwest wind. On the noticeable picture, the shade of the tuft covers the fountain of liquid magma. On the infrared picture, a dark zone, in this manner a warm one, is noticeable in the well of lava cavity region. Lipari islands (2) are likewise noticeable in the north of Sicily.

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