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isbelieved to be cirrus, perhaps associated with a jetstream.The eastern and western horizons are separated by morethan 70" of longitude. Along 27" N., the Persian Gulfis visible near the eastern horizon, and a portion of theWest African coast appears near the western horizon.Other landmarks include the Red Sea, the Nile River,and much of the southern Mediterranean coastline.Many topographic features are visible in North Africa.The dark spot near 27" N., 17" E. is an elevated regionof basalt-the so

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FRANCES C. PARMENTER

480MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEWVol. 95, No. 7PICTURE OF THE MONTHFRANCES C. PARMENXRNational Environmental Satellite Center, ESSA, Washington, D.C.This month precedent is being broken by showing an was characterized by a relatively complex Low over theAPT transmission received at a new foreign APT instal- eastern Mediterranean with a center near Crete andlation, instead of the usual AVCS picture. This photo- another near Cyprus.graph (fig. 1) was received from ESSA 4 at Bet Dagan, Sand and dust

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