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ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA AND STRUCTURES




   • absolute humidity
   • aeronomy
   • aeropause
   • aerosol
   • aerospace
   • aerothermodynamic border
   • afterglow
   • air
   • airglow
   • airmass
   • anacoustic zone
   • anemometer
   • anticyclone
   • Arago point
   • atmosphere
   • atmospheric circulation
   • atmospheric extinction
   • atmospheric pressure
   • atmospheric refraction
   • atmospheric window
   • aurora

   • ball lightning
   • Beaufort wind scale
   • blizzard
   • Buys Ballot's law

   • chinook
   • climate
   • clouds
   • continental climate
   • contrail
   • cyclone

   • depression
   • dew
   • dew point
   • doldrums

   • Earth, atmosphere
   • earthshine
   • El Niño
   • exosphere

   • foehn
   • fog
   • frost

   • gegenschein
   • geocorona
   • geomagnetic field
   • geomagnetic storm
   • green flash
   • greenhouse effect
   • greenhouse gases

   • Hadley circulation
   • hail
   • halo, atmospheric
   • Harmattan
   • heat balance
   • horse latitudes
   • humidity
   • hurricane

   • Indian summer
   • inversion
   • ionized layers
   • ionosphere
   • isobar
   • isohyet
   • isotherm

   • jet stream

   • khamsin

   • lightning

   • magnetopause
   • magnetosheath
   • magnetosphere
   • magnetotail
   • maritime climate
   • Mars, atmosphere
   • Mediterranean climate
   • mesopause
   • mesosphere
   • meteorology
   • mist
   • mistral
   • monsoon

   • night-sky light
   • noctilucent clouds

   • ozone layer

   • plasma sheet
   • plasmasphere
   • precipitation
   • prevailing westerlies

   • radiation belt
   • rain
   • runaway greenhouse effect

   • St. Elmo's fire
   • simoom
   • sirocco
   • smog
   • snow
   • sprite
   • squall
   • storm
   • stratosphere
   • substorm
   • super-rotation

   • temperature inversion
   • thermosphere
   • thunder
   • thunderstorm
   • tornado
   • trade winds
   • tropopause
   • troposphere

   • Van Allen belts
   • Venus, atmosphere
   • vortex

   • waterspout
   • weather front
   • wind
   • whistler
   • will o' the wisp