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What are cirrus clouds?

Lynn Peppas

What are cirrus clouds?

by Lynn Peppas

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  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Crabtree Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Clouds,
  • Cirrus clouds

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLynn Peppas
    SeriesClouds close-up
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC921.43.C57 P47 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25270244M
    ISBN 109780778744733, 9780778744788, 9781427178497, 9781427179647
    LC Control Number2012008270

      Cirrus, cumulus, and stratus clouds were classified in by Luke Howard, an English pharmacist and meteorology buff. Since then, many more cloud types have been recorded—10 regulars at. Description & Characteristics. Cirrus clouds have a distinct look relative to the other nine cloud types. Because cirrus clouds are made of ice crystals, they look different than your typical puffy cloud shape, and can take on a number of different forms that resemble spider webs, fish skeletons, mares’ tail, or hair-like commas.

      This book, the first to be devoted entirely to cirrus clouds, captures the state of knowledge of cirrus and serves as a practical handbook as well. Each chapter is based on an invited review talk presented at Cirrus, a meeting hosted by the Optical Society of America and co-sponsored by the American Geophysical Union and the American. There are three major types of clouds: cirrus clouds, stratus clouds, and cumulus clouds. Each type of cloud looks different. Some are found high in the sky; others are close to the ground. This is a cirrus cloud. Cirrus clouds are the highest clouds in the sky. The higher elevation and winds cause them to .

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What are cirrus clouds? by Lynn Peppas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cirrus Business. Cirrus Solar. Cirrus REACH Israel. Contact Us. Book Online. More. Our Services. פגישה וירטואלית - תנו לשמש לעבוד. An up-close look at cirrus clouds, the highest clouds in the sky.

Readers will discover how and where these clouds form, how to identify them, and what kind of weather conditions are associated with these thin, wispy clouds.

Summary: This book is about the different type of clouds that are present in the sky, such as cirrus, stratus, and nimbus clouds. The author discusses the different types of weather associated with the different clouds/5.

Cirrus spissatus that has originated from the remains of the icy anvil of a Cumulonimbus cloud is known as Cirrus spissatus cumulonimbogenitus. Cirrus floccus appears in the form of more or less isolated, small, rounded tufts, often with trails.

Cirrus Clouds thin and wispy The most common form of high-level clouds are thin and often wispy cirrus clouds. Typically What are cirrus clouds? book at heights greater t feet (6, meters), cirrus clouds are composed of ice crystals that originate from the freezing of supercooled water droplets. The Cloud Book, by Tomie DePaola.

Even though my Four insists that “clouds are boring,” I almost got him to listen to this whole book without much complaint. Even though this is a mostly nonfiction book, it’s full of DePaola’s charm and humor.

The book is very informative but also adds humor in the illustrations and little stories. Cirrus clouds form from the ascent of dry air, making the small quantity of water vapour in the air undergo deposition into ice (to change from a gas directly into a solid). Cirrus is made up completely of ice crystals, which provides their white colour and form in.

Detached clouds in the form of white, delicate filaments, mostly white patches or narrow bands. They may have a fibrous (hair-like) and/or silky sheen appearance. Cirrus clouds are always composed of ice crystals, and their transparent character depends upon the degree of separation of the crystals.

Cirrus clouds are made of ice crystals and appear thin, white, and wispy. Cirrostratus clouds are whitish and transparent and tend to blanket the whole sky, sometimes creating a. Cirrus clouds are thin, wispy clouds that often appear on days with fair weather conditions and low winds.

In fact, the word cirrus means "curl of hair" in Latin. Because of the freezing temperatures high up in the atmosphere, these clouds are usually made up of ice crystals which give them a bright white appearance. Cirrus Clouds: All Is Fair (For Now) Wispy cirrus clouds.

Westend61/Getty Images. Isolated cirrus occur in fair weather. Because they point in the direction of air movement, you can always tell what direction the wind is blowing at upper levels by simply observing the direction in which the cloud wisps are oriented.

Cirrus clouds are thin clouds made of ice crystals that form very high in the sky, ab feet. These clouds are the highest clouds, and the temperature at the height where they form is. What are cirrus clouds?. [Lynn Peppas] -- Discusses cirrus clouds, how they form, and the types of weather they indicate.

Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lynn Peppas. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:   Cloud Books to Make. My Cloud Book Printable – Students fill in the blanks for cumulus, stratus and cirrus is a 9 page free download half-page printable book. A.L. Rangno (Retiree), in Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences (Second Edition), High Clouds.

Cirrus, cirrostratus, and cirrocumulus clouds (Figures 1–5, respectively) comprise ‘high’ WMO definition, they are not dense enough to produce shading except when the sun is near the horizon, with the single exception of a thick patchy cirrus species called cirrus spissatus.

Altostratus and Nimbostratus. High level clouds are Cirrus, Cir rocumulus and Cirrostratus. Precipitation primarily occurs from Cumulus, Cumulonimbus and Nimbostratus.

These ten clouds are further divided into 27 classifications. M any of these classifications represent the same basic cloud type (or combinations of clouds) but in various sta.

This book is a hit with us. Clear descriptions of all major cloud groups (not just cirrus) with clear photographs. My 7-year-old wanted to go straight outside for a walk "to see what types there are today" after first reading, and has spontaneously mentioned and correctly named clouds on several occasions over the weeks since.5/5(1).

A nimbostratus cloud also is generally flat, but close to the ground. In practical terms for pilots, if you’re flying under visual flight rules, cirrus clouds aren’t a concern; they’ll be high above you.

Nimbostratus clouds, on the other hand, are less than 6, feet above the ground—often far below 6, feet. A Cloud A Day is our newest book, beautifully illustrated with skies from members around the world. It will teach you about the sky in a fun and uplifting way, and it will inspire you to spend a moment each day with your head in the clouds.

Order your own copy of A Cloud A Day. Cumulus, Stratus, and Cirrus. There are three main cloud types. Cumulus clouds are the puffy clouds that look like puffs of cotton. Cumulus clouds that do not get very tall are indicators of fair weather. If they do grow tall, they can turn into thunderstorms.

The bottom of cumulus clouds. Clouds come in all shapes and sizes, but their unique physical properties can be classified, and sky-gazers have come up with names based on the characteristics of clouds on Earth.

The names are composed of Latin words, Nimbo- for rain, Alto- for high, Cumulus- for heap or mound, Strato- for flat, and Cirrus- for curl or wisp. Cumulus clouds. Cirrus clouds are also far more widespread than previously believed. Cirrus cloud climatologies have been examined based on ground observations, limb scanning, and down-looking satellite sensors.

The global frequency of occurrence for cirrus clouds over land is between 28 and 42%.A cirrus cloud is a high-altitude cloud, occurring at 20, feet or higher. Cirrus clouds have actually been spotted as well!

In addition to forming on Earth, cirrus clouds can form on planets like Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune and Uranus! Although a cirrus clouds appears to be very flat and wispy, the thickness of a cirrus cloud is actually.