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  • ...of the North Pacific is so much lower than that of the North Atlantic. In terms of freshwater transport the modest Anadyr Current is equivalent to several
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  • ...which results in a climatological average counterradiation of about 330 W m<sup>-2</sup> to the surface. A comparable value for the enhanced greenhous
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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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  • ...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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  • ...up>-1</sup>. It has become accepted to define 1.0 &times; 10<sup>-6</sup> m<sup>2</sup> s<sup>-1</sup>K kg<sup>-1</sup> as one potential vorticity unit
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  • ...><div class="short_definition">A formula for the [[optical mass]] ''m'' in terms of the [[zenith distance]] ''z'' of the sun or other celestial body; <d
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  • ...in physical terms as the insulation that will restrict heat loss to 1 Kcal m<sup>-2</sup>h<sup>-1</sup> with a temperature gradient of 0.18&#x000b0;C a
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  • ...an "intense [[low]]."</div><br/> </div><div class="reference">Palmer, J. M. 1993. Metrologia. 30. 371&ndash;372. </div><br/>
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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] ...turated air at body [[temperature]] contains (viz., about 45 gm per cubic m)."</div><br/> </div><div class="reference">Kendrew, W. G. 1930. Climate. p.
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  • ...advection]] model.</div><br/> </div><div class="reference">Qin, J., and H. M. van den Dool 1996. Simple extensions of an NWP model. Mon. Wea. Rev.. 124.
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  • ...hus, 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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  • ...phys. Union. 65. p. 1193. </div><br/> <div class="reference">Helliwell, T. M. 1966. Introduction to Special Relativity. 116&ndash;122. </div><br/>
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  • ...]] at the tops of [[cloud]] or [[fog]] layers within the mixed layer. The terms mixed layer, convective mixed layer, and convective boundary layer commonl ...th at which potential density differs from that of the surface by 0.01 kg m<sup>-1</sup>.</div><br/> </div>
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  • ...]] at the tops of [[cloud]] or [[fog]] layers within the mixed layer. The terms mixed layer, convective mixed layer, and convective boundary layer commonl ...th at which potential density differs from that of the surface by 0.01 kg m<sup>-1</sup>.</div><br/> </div>
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  • ...nusual." It is very stormy and squally, the squalls sometimes reaching 50 m s<sup>-1</sup> or more. F. Defant (1951) distinguishes between [[cyclonic
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  • ...nusual." It is very stormy and squally, the squalls sometimes reaching 50 m s<sup>-1</sup> or more. F. Defant (1951) distinguishes between [[cyclonic b
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