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Advection fog is formed when moist air travels over a colder surface by the wind and is then cooled.
A third type, advection fog, tends to be a coastal phenomenon and is relatively rare in upstate New York.
UK coastal dwellers will be familiar with advection fog, which is a common feature of spring weather.
8] For example, taking a fairly severe fog condition, CAT II advection fog at the lower limit of visibility and at a temperature of 20 [degrees] K and considering 35 GHz radiation, the extinction coefficient is 0.
The combination of a conventional semiconductor laser and a quantum cascade laser allows a dynamic range in transmission wavelengths that is so wide that any weather phenomena can be circumvented by the optical transmitter, even advection fog," said Mikko Vaananen, Inventor and Managing Director of Suinno Oy.