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Members who are looking for the definitions of different cloud types, as well as a list of all the different classifications, should take a look at the World Meteorological Organisation’s International Cloud Atlas. This is the official reference work on cloud types. If you can’t find the answer to your cloud identification there, why not post a photograph of the cloud as a new topic in our Cloud Forum and some of our members might be able to help.
One useful page is their complete Cloud Classification Table.
I am from Colombia, and I am so happy know more about clouds!!!
Had no idea the Atlas existed until I joined CAS. It is available on Amazon.
Shiprock45, you have me wondering what it is that is available on Amazon. I have the old ICA in hard copy i.e.
Volume I, Revised edition 1975
Volume II 1987 (pictures)
The new ICA as in the top of this thread is to my knowledge on-line only and is free.
Wow! I am from China. I’m glad to join .
Been a friend of the Society for a long time but a real member now! Bring on the Clouds!
Always look up!
Hello All Cloud People,
I just finished reading Cloudspotter ‘s Guide. Loved it and am so excited to become a member of the society.
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