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Title – Cloud Unit, Types of Clouds By – Debbie Haren Note: This is a four-part lesson idea, with all four parts below. Objectives: To learn the 5 types of clouds and be able to describe the differences in them.
In meteorology, a cloud is an aerosol comprising a visible mass of minute liquid droplets, frozen crystals, or particles suspended in the atmosphere above …
Cloud Group: Cloud Height: Cloud Types: High Clouds = Cirrus Above 18,000 feet: Cirrus Cirrostratus Cirrocumulus: Middle Clouds = Alto 6,500 feet to 18,000 feet
Clouds . What Makes Clouds? Clouds are made by a system of evaporation and condensation.. In the air there is a certain amount of water vapour, which you cannot see.
Learn about the different types of cloud storage providers and what benefits each offers. You can even see which cloud providers experts recommend.
Gordo’s cloud gallery All photos and text Copyright © 1998-2001 Gordon Richardson [email protected] Cloud pages. High Clouds – Cirrus (2 pages); Medium-High Clouds – Altocumulus and Altostratus
Lenticular Clouds over Plymouth, NH Plymouth State University Meteorology Program Cloud Boutique The Plymouth State Meteorology Program has developed this web page to provide explanations of and access to detailed pictures of some basic cloud forms.
Cloud families and other cloud pictures/appearances. In meteorology we divide clouds in 4 clouds families, which are in different heights of the troposphere: High level clouds (altitudes of 5-13 km), medium level clouds (2-7 km), low level clouds (0-2 km) and clouds with large vertical extending (0-13 km).