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  • ...ixing ratio, with ''r'' used for thermodynamic terms in this glossary. In terms of the [[pressure]] ''p'' and [[vapor pressure]] ''e'', the mixing ratio ''
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  • ...le]].</div><br/> <div class="paragraph">(These terms were introduced by V. W. Ekman in 1923.) <br/>''See also'' [[withershins]].</div><br/> </div>
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  • ...ectively; ''e'' is the vapor pressure; ''e''<sub>''s''</sub>(''T''<sub>''w''</sub>) is the [[saturation vapor pressure]] at the wet-bulb temperature;
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  • ...ies associated with regression are referred to by the following technical terms: The variance &#x003c3;<sup>2</sup>(''y'') of the regressand is called the
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  • ...d which results in a climatological average counterradiation of about 330 W m<sup>-2</sup> to the surface. A comparable value for the enhanced greenho
    1 KB (180 words) - 15:09, 20 February 2012
  • ...rror]].</div><br/> <div class="paragraph">This actinometer was designed by W. A. Michelson (Met.Zeitschr, 1908)</div><br/> </div>
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  • ...rth's surface is about 330 W m<sup>-2</sup>, making it one of the largest terms in the [[surface energy balance]].</div><br/> </div>
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  • ...ant intensity]].) Radiant [[power]] per unit solid angle; in [[SI]] units, W sr<sup>-1</sup>.</div><br/> </div> ...ormer).</div><br/> <div class="paragraph">This concept is commonly used in terms of a process, "intensification," or descriptively, as an "intense [[low]].
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  • ...iv><br/> <div class="paragraph">The saturation deficit may be expressed in terms of a [[vapor pressure]] deficit, an [[absolute humidity|absolute humidity] ...bout 45 gm per cubic m)."</div><br/> </div><div class="reference">Kendrew, W. G. 1930. Climate. p. 189. </div><br/>
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  • ...intensity]] of the sun.</div><br/> </div><div class="reference">Middleton, W. E. K., and A. F. Spilhaus 1953. Meteorological Instruments. 3d ed., rev.,
    848 bytes (127 words) - 14:47, 20 February 2012
  • ...ts terms involving the [[vertical velocity]] ''w'', neglects the Coriolis terms proportional to the cosine of the latitude, and makes selective use of ''r
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  • ...o]] at the [[pressure]] level, ''p'', then the precipitable water vapor, ''W'', contained in a layer bounded by pressures ''p''<sub>1</sub> and ''p''<s
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  • ...northward, and vertically upward directions, respectively. The first two terms compose the [[horizontal advection]] and the last term is the [[vertical a
    2 KB (249 words) - 17:22, 26 January 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 d
    2 KB (350 words) - 18:04, 25 April 2012
  • ...lative vorticity]]; ''f'' the [[Coriolis parameter]]; ''u'', ''v'', and ''w'' the components of the [[wind]] velocity toward the east (''x''), north ('
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