Caption: Timelapse footage of the heated plume of smoke from a forest fire, revealing the pattern of winds and wind shear. The wind changes direction with the passage of a front. The smoke only rises as high as the inversion layer at around two kilometres height. Filmed in South Dakota, USA, in autumn.

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Keywords: aerosols, all day, america, atmosphere, atmospheric, autumn, clouds, education, educational, environment, fall, forest fire, frontal, inversion, layer, meteorological, meteorology, north america, passage, shear, sky, smoke, smoky, sped up, speeded up, timelapse, united states, us, usa, weather, wildfires, wind

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Smoke rising to inversion layer, timelapse

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Duration: 00:00:50

Frame size: 1920x1080

Frame rate: 30

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File size: 814.6M


Capture format: Camcorder - AVCHD

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