Caption: Power station inversion layer. Time-lapse footage of steam and smoke clouds emitted by the Navajo Generating Station near Page, Arizona, USA. The clouds are seen hitting an inversion layer in the atmosphere above the power station. After the steam evaporates, a thin plume of aerosol particles remains, visible drifting towards top right. Filmed in January 2015.

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Power station inversion layer, time-lapse

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