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A Cloud Atlas Provides Clues to Life on Earth

Cloud cover seen from an airplane window somewhere over Europe in July 2009. New data obtained from 15 years of satellite images reveals how cloud cover can vary from one kilometer to the next. Credit Adam Wilson

 

After countless years of daydreamers being told otherwise, there’s now a good reason to keep your head in the clouds. Scientists combed through satellite photographs of cloud cover taken twice a day for 15 years from nearly every square kilometer of Earth to study the planet’s varied environments.
By creating cloud atlases, the researchers were able to better predict the location of plants and animals on land with unprecedented spatial resolution, allowing them to study certain species, including those that are often in remote places. The results were published last week in PLOS Biology.


Clouds above the Caribbean from an airplane window in May 2009. Differences between this cloud cover and that over tropical forests in Central America can help reveal the stark contrasts between the world’s ecosystems to researchers. Credit Adam Wilson

Clouds directly affect local climates, causing differences in soil moisture and available sunlight that drive photosynthesis and ecosystem productivity.
The researchers demonstrated the potential for modeling species distribution by studying the Montane woodcreeper, a South American bird, and the King Protea, a South African shrub.
“In thinking about conserving biodiversity, one of the most important scientific questions is ‘Where are the species?’” said Adam Wilson, an ecologist now at the University at Buffalo, who led the study. The maps also could help monitor ecosystem changes.



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