OTHER WORDS FROM tropospheretrop·o·spher·ic [trop-uh-sfer-ik, -sfeer-, troh-puh-], /ˌtrɒp əˈsfɛr ɪk, -ˈsfɪər-, ˌtroʊ pə-/, adjective
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Jet streams, fast-moving currents of air high in the troposphere, encircle both poles, helping to push weather systems around Earth’s surface.3 things to know about the record-smashing heat wave baking the Pacific Northwest|Carolyn Gramling|June 29, 2021|Science News
Not surprisingly, the troposphere also is by far the densest layer.
Head to where the upper troposphere bathes the highest peaks.
Unlike the troposphere, temperatures in this layer increase with elevation.
To their surprise, Schill and his team learned that, on average, smoke makes up about one-third of the “background particles” in the troposphere, which extends from the Earth’s surface up to about five to nine miles above it.Wildfire smoke travels far but never really disappears|Juliet Grable|October 7, 2020|Popular-Science
Here, well above the troposphere, the air was thin and always clear.Islands of Space|John W Campbell
Investigators have noted the importance of rain or snow in washing fallout particles from the air in the troposphere.Atoms, Nature, and Man|Neal O. Hines
The dense reaches of the troposphere—the weather belt where storms are born—dropped below them.First on the Moon|Jeff Sutton
At last Ken leveled off in the troposphere, at an altitude of five miles.Fly By Night|Arthur Dekker Savage
In distinction from the stratosphere, the part of the atmosphere lying below it is called the troposphere.Meteorology|Charles Fitzhugh Talman