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Martinpl

Troposphere and tropopause

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Hi ,

I have task to do , I must designate layers of atmosphere in Polargmo ( 80 N ) based on

http://www.weather.uwyo.edu/cgi-bin/sounding?region=np&TYPE=TEXT%3ALIST&YEAR=2013&MONTH=01&FROM=0412&TO=0412&STNM=20046

http://www.weather.uwyo.edu/cgi-bin/sounding?region=np&TYPE=TEXT%3ALIST&YEAR=2012&MONTH=07&FROM=0412&TO=0412&STNM=20046

I thought that limit on the troposhere in January is on 9710 m , but my experienced friend told my that limit is on 15211 , because wind direction was changed. Polargmo is near to north pole , so I think that 15 kilometeres is impossible. In July designate limit of troposphere on 9933 m . What you think about that ?

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