Forest of Tree-like Ice Crystals
by Roshanak Tootoonchi, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
Water droplets manifesting a forest of tree-like ice crystals.
It was -9°C in the morning when I captured this photo, in Tabriz a city in East Azerbaijan province, Iran.
Tabriz is a city known for its cold winters, heavy snow and winds.
In the past years, Tabriz - affected by the climate change and global warming like every other place on Earth- haven't had the same climatic behavior; only light snow showers, warmer temperatures, and in general it's safe to use the term: "Tabriz has lost its touch".
Statistics and past records reveal that by the arrival of winter in Tabriz, the temperature would have gone to 20 °C below zero accompanied by heavy snow.
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Submitted on 11 February 2020
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- Exact location (46.3110 E, 38.0019 N)
Credit: Roshanak Tootoonchi (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)
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