cloud level

cloud level

[′klau̇d ‚lev·əl]
(meteorology)
A layer in the atmosphere in which are found certain cloud genera; three levels are usually defined: high, middle, and low.
At a particular time, the layer in the atmosphere bounded by the limits of the bases and tops of an existing cloud form.
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The scientists said Jupiter's jet streams, related to the familiar stripes on its surface, plunge some 1,800 miles (3,000km) below cloud level, and that its deep interior is comprised of a fluid hydrogen and helium mixture that rotates as if it were a solid body.
The coalition alleges the servers were hacked at cloud level and anonymous logins used to delete some of it.
The casualty was just on the cloud level and the helicopter made several attempts to get in to him but was unable to.
These clouds travel fastest at the upper cloud level, some 65 to 72 km above the surface.
I think the service, the comfort, and the view of the sky above cloud level could have changed his mind and cheered him up.
Which leads to questions, he says, "about how connected air is at the cloud level to air at the surface.
The company said this allows a company to ensure any lapses of security at the Cloud level do not subject the company's data to breaches, providing the same level of security as an on premise database.
Fortunately, new hardware designs have emerged at both the individual system and cloud level.
While each regional cloud center is in charge of processing and managing regional data, the top cloud level provides a global view of the framework.
One was carried down to below the cloud level, and the other was able to walk before being winched into the Sea King and flown to hospital at Bangor.
We have the highest security standards in the industry; we have all kinds of levels of security, from the cloud level, the infrastructure, down to the device level of our printers, to really offer security standards that ensure that documents are only printed when you give access or you want to print them out," he adds.
At this point, the storm is approximately 40 km, 25 miles, above the cloud level of Saturn and is actively interacting with the planet's atmosphere.