8.A The formation of cloud by mixing

8.B The Lifting Condensation Level and the

Convective Condensation Level 8.C Atmospheric density currents which create uplift

8.D Formation of cloud droplets

8.E The water content of clouds

8.F The evolution of cloud classification

8.G Motoring in fog

8.H Formation of advection fog

8.I Formation of steam fog

8.J Weather satellites

8.K Effect of clouds on global climate

8.L The Morning Glory

Figure 8.16 Seasonal variation in the daily duration of cloudlessness at several places in Australia.

Figure 8.18. Association between the difference of the daily maximum dry-bulb temperature Tx from the dewpoint temperature Td, and the cloudiness at Perth. The dewpoint Figure 8.17. Effect of cloudiness (or, rather, its converse, values were measured at 9 a.m., before sea breezes bring the time when there is no cloud between the Sun and the marine air to the weather station. The cloudiness refers to observer) on the solar insolation of the ground at Pelotas, 3 p.m. conditions, when convection is greatest. The data at 32°S in Brazil. are monthly mean values averaged over 1947—92.

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