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The first was a plume of moisture from Tropical Storm Fausto, far to the south, which managed to travel north to California on the wind and provide just enough moisture to form clouds.
The extent to which fecal aerosol plumes are infecting people with the SARS-CoV-2 virus isn’t known, said Queensland’s Morawska.
The rising plume lifted up record amounts of water and carbon monoxide.
It was one of the largest wildfire smoke plumes ever seen in the stratosphere, says Jessica Smith.
Those winds have never been observed around similar plumes, researchers report online May 30 in Geophysical Research Letters.
As the plume rose through the stratosphere, it lifted up unprecedented amounts of water and carbon monoxide.
It mounted straight as a plume for a little way, until it met the cool air of evening which was beginning to fall.
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Each tiny tree was a plume of leaves; the rows stretched out to the hilltop, and over.
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The sun-kissed flowers plume the day with colour, and fling incense to the winds.
Corn Plume looked down at the Squash Maiden sitting on her blanket at his feet.

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