In this test, the Citation II flew through a stratocumulus cloud
with an outside air temperature at a few degrees below freezing.
For his new group of silkscreens on black MDF (all 2014), Crepieux experimented with a crystalline technique that mimics the process of evaporation in order to render cumulus, stratus, and stratocumulus cloud
formations and a stretch of clear sky.
25) for a mixture of air from the top of a stratocumulus cloud
and air from just above the inversion.
The equatorial climate is linked directly to the Southern Hemisphere's subtropical highs and stratocumulus cloud
decks through the westward trade winds (Ma et al.
When solar heating is not very strong, pilots may encounter the stratocumulus cloud
Wiedensohler, 2012: Aerosols-cloud microphysics-thermodynamics-turbulence: Evaluating supersaturation in a marine stratocumulus cloud
Entrainment at stratocumulus cloud
tops, penetrative entrainment by overshooting cumulus clouds, and lateral entrainment through the sides of cumuli are all separately parameterized in climate models.
From July through October, smoke from biomass-burning (BB) fires on the southern African subcontinent is transported westward through the free troposphere over one of the largest stratocumulus cloud
decks on our planet (Fig.
6b, this is the signature of the prevalent stratocumulus cloud
cover over the coastal region in the first 1,000 m or so above sea level.
This is suggestive of a potential suppression of precipitation by increased aerosols as has been observed in other stratocumulus cloud
regimes (Geoffroy et al.
Furthermore, it was agreed that stratocumulus cloud
albedo is sensitive to both natural and anthropogenic atmospheric aerosols (Twomey 1974, 1977), which are both produced in the SEP by desert dust, the ocean, copper smelters (Huneeus et al.
When cold polar air has been over these areas and then a warm southerly flow begins in advance of a weather system to the west, stratus and stratocumulus clouds
are brought inland.