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  • .../div><br/> <div class="paragraph">Also known as von K&#x000e1;rm&#x000e1;n's momentum integral.</div><br/> </div><div class="reference">Brown, R. A. 197
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  • ...f 50 s, the thermometer would increase from 1&#x000b0; to 9&#x000b0; in 50 s. Note that nothing is specified concerning the time required for the instr
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  • ...ely long-distance preflight planning over ocean areas. <br/>''See'' also [[S-values]].</div><br/> </div>
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  • ...vention is to measure the depletion of [[power]] on a [[decibel]] scale in terms of the [[specific attenuation|specific attenuation]] ''Y,'' which is relat
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  • ...s, the radius of curvature is ''V''/''f'', which is about 10 km for a 1 m s<sup>-1</sup> current.</div><br/> </div>
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  • ...large ions is much smaller, of the order of 10<sup>-9</sup> cm<sup>3</sup> s<sup>-1</sup>. <br/>''See'' [[combination coefficient|combination coefficie
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  • ...b temperatures]], respectively; ''e'' is the vapor pressure; ''e''<sub>''s''</sub>(''T''<sub>''w''</sub>) is the [[saturation vapor pressure]] at the
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  • ...gal force on the earth and [[atmosphere]] due to rotation about the earth's axis is incorporated with the [[field]] of [[gravitation]] to form the fie
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  • ...mirages are abnormal or anomalous when they are so common near the earth's surface, merely because they are not as common farther away from that surf
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  • ...), a new "practical salinity scale" has been determined. It is defined in terms of its electrical conductivity relative to a prescribed [[standard]] and i
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  • ...), a new "practical salinity scale" has been determined. It is defined in terms of its electrical conductivity relative to a prescribed [[standard]] and i
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  • ...tive low atmospheric [[pressure]] usually coexist, in common practice the terms cyclone and [[low]] are used interchangeably. Also, because cyclones are ne
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  • ...e entire atmosphere&ndash;ocean&ndash;land surface [[climate system]], in terms of its internal interactions and its response to external factors, for exam
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  • ...tive low atmospheric [[pressure]] usually coexist, in common practice the terms cyclone and [[low]] are used interchangeably. Also, because cyclones are ne
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  • ...by ''T''<sub>''r''</sub> = ''P''/''kB'', where ''k'' denotes [[Boltzmann's constant]], 1.38 &times; 10<sup>-23</sup>J K<sup>-1</sup>. The receiver tem
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  • ...on it should be the authoritative source for definitions of meteorological terms for many years to come. ...er that year, the NSF awarded a grant to the AMS, with funding from five U.S. government agencies. In addition, the AMS committed to its own matching fu
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  • ...he end point. It is customary to express chemical analyses of seawater in terms of chlorinity or of [[chlorosity]].</div><br/> </div>
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  • ...in a column of unit cross section extending all of the way from the earth's surface to the "top" of the [[atmosphere]]. Mathematically, if ''x''(''p'')
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  • ...rmation. <br/>''See'' [[scalar product]], [[vector product]], [[Helmholtz's theorem]].</div><br/> </div>
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  • ...'See'' [[scalar product|scalar product]], [[vector product]], [[Helmholtz's theorem]].</div><br/> </div>
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