Global Warming Might Mean Fewer Warm-weather Clouds
Meteorologists in the Netherlands are using a virtual cloud laboratory to study cloud behavior and the interrelationship with climate change.
Researchers are investing theories that warmer temperatures may lead to fewer low-altitude ‘fair-weather’ clouds such as cumulus, which reflect sunlight away from the earth and thus have a cooling effect, according to Reuters.
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