Stratiform

Strat'i·form adjective Having the form of strata.
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stratiform

(strat´ĭ-form) having a layered structure.
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Stratiform

• (a.) Having the form of strata.
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stratiform

stratiform 1. Composed of layers, or with a layered appearance or arrangement. 2. Forming or formed as a layer. 3. Like or having the form of a stratus cloud. 4. In meteorology, of a cloud, having a predominantly horizontal development; the opposite of cumuliform.
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STRATIFORM

Clouds composed of water droplets that exhibit no or have very little vertical development. The density of the droplets often blocks sunlight, casting shadows on the earth's surface. Bases of these clouds are generally no more than 6,000 feet above the ground. They are classified as low clouds, and include all varieties of stratus and stratocumulus...
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Stratiform

Having extensive horizontal development, as opposed to the more vertical development characteristic of convection. Stratiform clouds cover large areas but show relatively little vertical development.
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Stratiform

Clouds composed of water droplets that exhibit no or have very little vertical development. The dens
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stratiform

layered; forming a layer
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