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Polar mesospheric clouds

Observed from earth, this phenomenon called noctilucent clouds. From satellites, PMCs are most frequently observed above 70°-75° in latitude and season from 60 to 80 days duration centered about a peak which occurs about 20 days after summer sols ...

                                               

Accessory clouds

                                               

Cirrus

                                               

Cumulus

                                               

Stratus

                                               

Rain

Rain is water in drops, which condenseries of water vapor in the atmosphere and then become heavy enough to fall under gravity. Rain is one of the main components of the water cycle and is responsible for storing most of the fresh water on Earth. ...

                                               

Ice in Brazil

                                               

Ice in Canada

                                               

Storage tank

Storage tanks are containers that hold liquids, compressed gases and environments used for short-term or long-term storage of heat or cold. The term can be used for collectors and for the production of packaging. The use of the word tank for rese ...

                                               

Fixed roof tank

Fixed roof tank, type of tank used for storing liquids, consisting of a conical or dome-shaped roof that is permanently attached to the cylindrical shell. New storage tanks, as a rule, fully welded and designed to be both liquid and vapour. Older ...

                                               

Flextank

Flexitank is a flexible / collapsible storage tank, made of several layers of different materials such as PVC and other polylined film and used for storing drinking water and fuel. Flexitank is a brand in the Netherlands.

                                               

Vaportight tank

Vaportight tanks can hold up to 14.7 psi and use that pressure to force gas vapors to the Torch. Because Vaportight tanks allow fugitive gas to avoid they are classified as technological equipment, so they can be positioned as such, and secondary ...

                                               

Float (nautical)

Floats are airtight hollow structures, similar to pressure vessels designed to provide buoyancy in the water. Their main use in watercraft hulls, aircraft, floating jetty,Rhino pontoon causeways and offshore engineering applications, such as scra ...

                                               

Lorentz-violating neutrino oscillations

                                               

Nissum Fjord

Nissum, so the fjord is a inlet located in West Jutland, West of Vemb and is demarcated from the North sea 13 km wide isthmus, Bovling the city, and passes through a lock in thorsminde. The water inlet has an area of 70 km2 or 7.000 ha. but the a ...

                                               

Ringkobing Fjord

Ringkøbing fjord, despite its name, is actually a shallow lagoon on the West coast of Jutland. The distance to Skjern river terminates in ringkøbing fjord with a large system of river Delta to the East, the Lagoon is protected from the North sea ...

                                               

Paradise gardens in Iran

                                               

Amor asteroid

The asteroids of the Amor group of near-earth asteroids named archetype object 1221 Amor. The orbit perihelion of these objects is close to, but greater than the orbital aphelion of the Earth, with the cupids crossing the orbit of Mars. Amor aste ...

                                               

List of Amor asteroid records

                                               

Earth–Mars belt

                                               

Atira asteroid

Atira asteroids or Apohele asteroids, also known as interior earth objects, asteroids whose orbits are entirely within earths orbit, so their orbits at aphelion is less than the perihelion of the Earth, which 0.983 astronomical units. Atira aster ...

                                               

Aten asteroid

Aten asteroids are a dynamical group of asteroids whose orbits bring them into proximity with Earth. By definition, atens Earth-crossing asteroids. The group is named after 2062 Aten, the first of its kind, discovered 7 January 1976 by American a ...

                                               

List of Aten asteroids

This is a list of asteroids Aten, group of objects, near Earth. As of January 2017, there are known 1125 Athens, most of which remain temporarily places without number, as they were observed in two or more oppositions. The list is divided into th ...

                                               

Compaction simulation

Modelling of the compaction molding of granular substance in compression in a dense state, which is achieved by reducing the void of air. The term is also often used to refer to seals by using the simulator of the seal. This is a high performance ...

                                               

Gravity spreading

Gravity spreading is the phenomenon in which geological bodies extend laterally and vertically contracts to reduce its gravitational potential energy. It is observed at many different levels and in many places on earth, from the rhyolite lava at ...

                                               

Methods of pluton emplacement

Methods of installation the Pluto path the magma is hosted on the host rock, where the end result is Pluto. Installation methods Pluton are not yet fully understood, but there are many different proposed mechanisms to install Pluto. Stoping, diap ...

                                               

Overprinting (geology)

The overprinting is a geological process that leaves traces of changes of signs in the earlier process. Examples include the various stages of deformation in rocks in such a way that the original structure changes, sometimes even beyond recogniti ...

                                               

Phyllic alteration

The change in the Phyllic zone hydrothermal alteration in permeable rocks, which have suffered as a result of the circulation of hydrothermal fluids. It is often seen in porphyry copper ores in calc-alkaline rocks. Phyllic change is characterized ...

                                               

Propylitic alteration

Propylitic changes chemical changes of rocks caused by iron and magnesium bearing hydrothermal fluids, alteration of biotite or hornblende in the bulk rock. This typically results in epidote–chlorite–Albite changes and veins or fracture filling m ...

                                               

Saltation (geology)

In Geology, sedimentation is a specific type of transfer of particles from fluids, such as wind or water. This occurs when loose materials are removed from the bed and carried by the fluid, before being transported to the surface. Examples includ ...

                                               

Wave pounding

Wave pounding the sledgehammer effect of tons of water crashing onto the rocks. It shakes and weakens the rocks leaving them open to attack from hydraulic action and abrasion. The eroded material is carried away by a wave. Wave pounding is partic ...

                                               

Deposition (geology)

                                               

Regional geology

Regional Geology the geological study of large regions. As a rule, it encompasses multiple geological disciplines to piece together the history of the area. It is the geological equivalent of regional geography. The size and boundaries of each re ...

                                               

Multilayered mapping of the Cap-Vert peninsula

Multilayer maps were made of the cap-Vert Peninsula, the westernmost point of Africa. These cards are based on different geological layers stored in digital form in a geographic information system. Map scale of 1 / 50.000 and 1 / 20.000. Held in ...

                                               

Numerical modeling (geology)

In Geology, numerical modeling is a widely used method for solving complex geological problems of computer modeling of geological scenarios. Numerical simulation uses mathematical models to describe physical conditions of the geological scenarios ...

                                               

Orientation tensor

In Geology, especially in the study of glacial till, eigenvectors and eigenvalues are used as a method of mass information of a clast fabrics constituents orientation and dip can be summarized in 3-D space by six numbers. In the field, a geologis ...

                                               

Geological tools

                                               

Cypress Hills (Canada)

The cypress hills are a geographical region of hills in southwestern Saskatchewan and southeastern Alberta, Canada. The highest point in the cypress hills on the head of the mountain in Alberta at 1.466 m 4.810 meters. The highest point in Saskat ...

                                               

Lonesome Valley

Lonesome valley is a 23-kilometer-long valley located in Central-North Yavapai County, Arizona, the valley is a continuation in South-East of Chino valley, the location of the big Chino wash, which becomes the Verde river at Paulden, Arizona, Pau ...

                                               

Subcontinental divide

The sub-continental divide is a watershed in southeastern Wisconsin running North to South along the Waukesha County / border Milwaukee County. It is the watershed between the two basins. Water falling on the East of the divide flows to the East ...

                                               

Aberdeen Beach and Queens Links

Aberdeen beach and Queens one is in Aberdeen, Scotland. The beach itself is famous for its Golden sand and its long curved length between the harbour and the river dons. The beach suffers from significant erosion of the sand so there are distinct ...

                                               

Ulmus glabra Camperdownii

Wych-elm varieties elm Camperdownii mixed, commonly known as Sydney, elm, was found about 1835-1840 as a young contorted elm tree growing in the woods at Newtown house, in Dundee, Scotland, Earl of Camperdowns head Forester, David Taylor. The you ...

                                               

Conservation in London

                                               

Water in Macau

                                               

Environmental stewardship (England)

This page is on the agri-environment scheme in England, for the general concept, see Environmental stewardship Environmental protection is the agri-environmental scheme administered by the Ministry of the environment, food and rural Affairs in En ...

                                               

Baroque pearl

Pearls Baroque Pearls irregular non-spherical shape. Shapes can vary from minor deviations to distinctly ovoid, curved, pinch, or lumpy shapes. Most cultured freshwater pearls Baroque freshwater pearls because it is the mantle tissue nucleated in ...

                                               

Cultured freshwater pearls

Cultured freshwater pearls are pearls that are grown and created using freshwater mussels. These pearls are produced in Japan and the United States on a limited scale, but now almost exclusively produced in China. The Federal trade Commission req ...

                                               

Imitation pearl

Imitation pearls are man-made objects that are designed to resemble real pearls. Various methods are used to create imitation pearls from starting materials that include glass, plastic, and actual mollusc shell. Some beads covered with pearlescen ...

                                               

Keshi pearls

Keshi pearls chalk nukleinovogo pearls typically formed as by products of pearl cultivation. A Japanese word also means "poppy", it is used in Japan for all pearls that grew without a nucleus. Originally, Keshi pearls, these pearls are formed whe ...

                                               

Mikimoto Pearl Island

Mikimoto pearl island is a small island in the Bay of ISE, offshore Toba, mie Prefecture, Japan. This island is known as the birthplace of cultured pearl aquaculture and belongs to the Mikimoto Museum to. LTD. 株式会社ミキモト真珠島, the Kabushik ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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