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Temperature inversion in the Arctic

Under normal conditions, the temperature in the lowest layer of the atmosphere (the troposphere) decreases with height. The higher you go, the colder the temperature becomes. This is why there can be snow-capped mountains in warm climates. However, something quite … Continue reading

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