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Atmospheric Vertical Structure

The atmosphere comprises the thin envelope of gases held by the Earth's gravitational force. Extending for several hundred miles above the Earth's surface with no clear boundary, the atmosphere is often subdivided into vertical layers according to distinctive physical ...

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