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- ...e9]]</blockquote></div> </div><br/><div class="paragraph">For values of ''z'' less than about 70°, Bemporad's formula can be replaced by the si879 bytes (116 words) - 13:43, 20 February 2012
- ...layer average, for example, but the top of the boundary layer at height ''z''<sub>''i''</sub>(''t'') is rising with time, then one must use the full f1 KB (225 words) - 17:25, 26 January 2012
- ...'v''</sub>''D'' is the [[variation]] in [[D-value]] for a given Δ''z''<sub>''p''</sub> variation in pressure altitude.</div><br/> </div>1 KB (145 words) - 17:54, 26 January 2012
- ...k'''. A vector drawn from a fixed origin to a given point (''x'', ''y'', ''z'') is called a [[position vector]] and is usually symbolized by '''r'''; i2 KB (240 words) - 16:47, 25 April 2012
- ...k'''. A vector drawn from a fixed origin to a given point (''x'', ''y'', ''z'') is called a [[position vector]] and is usually symbolized by '''r'''; i2 KB (240 words) - 17:11, 25 April 2012
- ....</div><br/> <div class="paragraph">The geopotential Φ at height ''z'' is given mathematically by the expression <div class="display-formula"><b807 bytes (112 words) - 06:35, 14 November 2017
- ...saturated or saturated, respectively; and γ = -∂''T''/∂''z'', the [[environmental lapse rate]]. This equation is used most often to e2 KB (350 words) - 17:04, 25 April 2012
- ...], ρ the [[density]], ''g'' the [[acceleration of gravity]], and ''z'' the geometric height. For cyclonic-scale motions the [[error]] committed1 KB (141 words) - 16:10, 25 April 2012
- ...f 1, 2, or 3 to represent the three Cartesian directions (''x'', ''y'', ''z''). <br/>''See also'' [[alternating unit tensor]].</div><br/> </div><div cl1,004 bytes (139 words) - 16:56, 26 January 2012
- ...vertical [[shear]] can be expressed in terms of height ∂''V''/∂''z'' or of [[pressure]] ∂''V''/∂''p'' as the vertical coordinate. I848 bytes (126 words) - 16:25, 25 April 2012
- ...vertical [[shear]] can be expressed in terms of height ∂''V''/∂''z'' or of [[pressure]] ∂''V''/∂''p'' as the vertical coordinate. I845 bytes (126 words) - 17:16, 25 April 2012
- ...'' are written in terms of their components along the ''x'', ''y'', and ''z'' axes of the [[rectangular Cartesian coordinates|rectangular Cartesian co1 KB (170 words) - 17:08, 25 April 2012
- ...'' are written in terms of their components along the ''x'', ''y'', and ''z'' axes of the [[rectangular Cartesian coordinates]], that is, <div class=2 KB (236 words) - 15:24, 20 February 2012
- ...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) - 15:28, 25 April 2012
- ...-Fe8]]</blockquote></div> where ''g'' is gravitational [[acceleration]], ''z'' is height, θ<sub>''v''</sub> is [[virtual potential temperature]]2 KB (232 words) - 15:59, 25 April 2012
- ...[[wind]] velocity toward the east (''x''), north (''y''), and vertical (''z''); Ω the angular speed of the earth; ''p'' and α the air3 KB (400 words) - 17:13, 25 April 2012
- ...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) - 16:42, 25 April 2012