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Icon representing a cold front

Cold Front

Icon representing a cold front

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Cold Front

Symbol showing a tree damaged by wind, lightning strike or other disturbance

Damaged tree

Symbol showing a tree damaged by wind, lightning strike or other disturbance

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Damaged tree

Illustration of erosion

Erosion

Illustration of erosion

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Erosion

Illustration of cumulonimbus clouds, tall, dense, and involved in thunderstorms and other intense weather. Cumulonimbus means

Low clouds: Cumulonimbus 1

Illustration of cumulonimbus clouds, tall, dense, and involved in thunderstorms and other intense weather. Cumulonimbus means "column rain" in Latin. It is a result of atmospheric instability. These clouds can form alone, in clusters, or along a cold front in a squall line. They create lightning through the heart of the cloud. Cumulonimbus storm cells can produce heavy rain (particularly of a convective nature) and flash flooding, as well as straight-line winds

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Low clouds: Cumulonimbus 1

Some plants use the wind as the primary means of seed dispersal. This is the case with Taraxacum spp. (Dandelion) as well as others such as Acer spp (Maple)

Seed parachute

Some plants use the wind as the primary means of seed dispersal. This is the case with Taraxacum spp. (Dandelion) as well as others such as Acer spp (Maple)

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Seed parachute

Illustration of a cloud blowing air symbolizing wind

Weather: wind 1

Illustration of a cloud blowing air symbolizing wind

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Weather: wind 1

Illustration of a wind vector, the two- or three-dimensional vector describing the instantaneous wind magnitude and direction at a point (often using Cartesian coordinates; i.e. X and Y wind vectors). The term can also apply to the resultant wind vector which is sometimes drawn as an arrow with length proportional to wind speed

Weather: wind vector

Illustration of a wind vector, the two- or three-dimensional vector describing the instantaneous wind magnitude and direction at a point (often using Cartesian coordinates; i.e. X and Y wind vectors). The term can also apply to the resultant wind vector which is sometimes drawn as an arrow with length proportional to wind speed

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Weather: wind vector

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