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dc.contributor.authorNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-
dc.descriptionThis image uses the NCEP Global Forecast System Reanalysis of geopotential height at 850 millibars from December 15-20, 2010 to show areas of high and low pressure. This data allows meteorologists to see areas of high and low pressure. In this image, areas of high pressure are colored orange, while lower pressures fade from yellow to white. The high pressure that is located over Greenland is forcing cold Arctic air down to areas of lower pressure. Much of Western Europe has very low pressure, and as a result has been greatly impacted by the cold air rushing down-
dc.descriptionEnsino Médio::Geografia-
dc.descriptionEducação Superior::Ciências Exatas e da Terra::GeoCiências-
dc.publisherNational Oceanic and atmospheric Administration (NOAA)-
dc.relationArctic Pressure.jpg-
dc.rightsAll animations and images accessed through this website are in the public domain and are freely available for reuse. Please credit NOAA, just those four letters, along with any other entities listed in the Copyright section for each resource-
dc.subjectAtmosphere pressure-
dc.subjectEducação Superior::Ciências Exatas e da Terra::Geociências::Meteorologia-
dc.subjectEducação Básica::Ensino Médio::Geografia::Questões ambientais, sociais e econômicas-
dc.titleArctic high freezes America and Europe-
dc.description2Show areas of high and low pressure, which explain heavy snow accumulation and frigid temperatures in North America and Europe-
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