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- ...hic equilibrium]] to which it reduces in the absence of the [[nonlinear]] terms. In the case of circular contours, this nonlinear correction is the same a2 KB (224 words) - 23:28, 25 April 2012
- ...etic field.</div><br/> </div><div class="reference">Whitten, R. C., and I. G. Poppoff 1971. Fundamentals of Aeronomy. Wiley & Sons, New York, . p. 219.645 B (87 words) - 22:06, 20 February 2012
- ...2001glos-Fe8.gif|link=|center|ams2001glos-Fe8]]</blockquote></div> where ''g'' is gravitational [[acceleration]], ''z'' is height, θ<sub>''v''</2 KB (232 words) - 23:59, 25 April 2012
- ...01glos-Ge16.gif|link=|center|ams2001glos-Ge16]]</blockquote></div> where ''g'' is the [[acceleration of gravity]].</div><br/> </div>807 B (112 words) - 14:35, 14 November 2017
- ...quote></div> where ''p'' is the [[pressure]], ρ the [[density]], ''g'' the [[acceleration of gravity]], and ''z'' the geometric height. For cyc1 KB (141 words) - 00:10, 26 April 2012
- ...nces, ''g''(''f'') would be specified as ''g''(''f''<sup>''n''</sup>) or ''g''(''f''<sup>''n'' - 1</sup>). Implicit time differences are relatively mor1 KB (158 words) - 22:27, 20 February 2012
- ...above the F<sub>2</sub>-layer, have not been generally accepted, and these terms are now obsolete. Over most of the earth, the ionosphere is produced by th2 KB (312 words) - 00:15, 26 April 2012
- ... vertical unit [[vector]], ''f'' the [[Coriolis parameter]], '''V'''<sub>''g''</sub> the [[geostrophic wind]], α the [[specific volume]], '''&n1 KB (187 words) - 00:15, 26 April 2012
- ...s a leapfrog approximation to the differential equation ''df''/''dt'' = ''g''(''f''). <br/>''Compare'' [[implicit time difference]].</div><br/> </div>916 B (128 words) - 22:34, 20 February 2012
- ...agraph">The right-hand side of the omega equation can also be expressed in terms of the [[divergence]] of the '''Q''' [[vector]].</div><br/> </div><div cla1 KB (168 words) - 00:32, 26 April 2012
- ...' and ''y'' in terms of a parameter ''u'': ''x'' = ''g''(''u''); ''y'' = ''G''(''u''). The parameter may or may not have a useful geometric or physical704 B (98 words) - 01:39, 27 January 2012
- ...px]]</blockquote></div> where ''ρ'' represents the density of water and ''g'' is the [[acceleration of gravity]]. In actual rainstorms, particularly th2 KB (245 words) - 19:43, 13 January 2015
- ...of the [[snow]] and ice particles in a unit volume. It may be expressed in terms of the [[drop-size distribution|drop-size distribution]] as <div class="d3 KB (437 words) - 00:42, 26 April 2012
- ...iv><br/> <div class="paragraph">The saturation deficit may be expressed in terms of a [[vapor pressure]] deficit, an [[absolute humidity|absolute humidity] ...t 45 gm per cubic m)."</div><br/> </div><div class="reference">Kendrew, W. G. 1930. Climate. p. 189. </div><br/>1,007 B (135 words) - 00:49, 26 April 2012
- ...Semi-implicit approximations may increase computational efficiency when ''g'' produces relatively higher frequencies or more rapid time changes in ''f1,022 B (139 words) - 23:05, 20 February 2012
- ...ure due to vertical motion through the level ''h''. In general, these two terms balance one another so that the pressure tendency is obtained as a small d2 KB (350 words) - 01:04, 26 April 2012
- ...f'' is the [[Coriolis parameter]], '''k''' the vertical unit [[vector]], ''g'' the [[acceleration of gravity]], and '''∇'''<sub>''p''</sub> the [1 KB (194 words) - 01:05, 26 April 2012