Traducción de stratosphere en Español:


estratosfera, n.

Pronunciación /ˈstrædəˌsfɪr//ˈstratəˌsfɪə/


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    estratosfera femenino
    estratósfera femenino
    • Ozone is commonly thought of in terms of the ozone layer high in the stratosphere.
    • Like the Earth's atmosphere, Titan's atmosphere can be separated into the troposphere, stratosphere, and upper atmosphere.
    • CFC molecules react with and destroy ozone in the Earth's stratosphere.
    • Another important climate forcing, volcanic aerosols, can also give a similar opposing trend between the stratosphere and troposphere.
    • Like nacreous clouds, these usually form slightly above the troposphere, in the dry and ice-free stratosphere.
    • That's consistent with the fingerprint of ozone depletion plus greenhouse gases, which would cool the stratosphere and warm the surface.
    • The ozone layer is a thin layer of gas in the stratosphere which effectively screens out most of the harmful UV radiation in sunlight.
    • A small proportion of this is Ozone, which is found in the stratosphere in a layer.
    • The resulting chlorine atoms that are generated catalyze the depletion of the ozone layer in the stratosphere.
    • Various methods were employed to collect data from the ocean's surface through the lower stratosphere.
    • So while we are minding our business down here on the earth's surface, up in the stratosphere, ozone is continually being created and destroyed.
    • Just above the stratosphere lies the mesosphere.
    • Only the stratosphere is dry enough and with a long enough residence time (a few years) for the small anthropogenic inputs to be important.
    • It eventually reaches the stratosphere, where it causes a thinning of the ozone layer.
    • It has been argued that not taking the cooling in the stratosphere properly into account can be one explanation for the trend differences.
    • Should further cooling of the Arctic stratosphere occur, increasing ozone losses can be expected for the next couple of decades.
    • Nacreous and Noctilucent clouds form not in the part of the atmosphere in which we live, but much higher up, in the stratosphere and mesosphere.
    • The stratosphere extends above the troposphere to about 150,000 feet and is the region where the ozone layer is formed.
    • The current winter and early spring have been extremely cold in the Arctic stratosphere, leading to the potential for substantial ozone depletion there.
    • The authors demonstrate that the presence of stronger westerly jets in the stratosphere causes tropospheric weather systems to track further toward the pole.