from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The globose, chitinous, spiculiferous envelop of the protoplasm of the winter or resting stage of the fresh-water sponges.
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Some apparently minor changes might do the trick: slightly degrading the performance of jet aircraft engines could put more carbon black into the statosphere.
They are probably of importance to the vertical transport of heat and moisture in the tropics and into the statosphere, horizontal transport of heat, moisture and momentum into the mid latitudes, cooling and ventilation of the upper ocean; although it has been debated whether these are local effects or project onto the large scale circulations.
There are those who believe we must turn our eyes to the upper tropesphere and statosphere to find the answers; ultimately they look to the sun.
For the entire averaged atmospheric volume, I understand there is no significant long-term trend in heat content increase (ie warming troposphere vs cooling statosphere).
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