biometeorology


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biometeorology

[¦bī·ō‚mēd·ē·ə′räl·ə·jē]
(biology)
The study of the relationship between living organisms and atmospheric phenomena.
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On connection between hard cosmoc ray flux variation and changes cardiovascular diseases in Vilnius city, International Journal of Biometeorology 49: 267-272.
Climate change and heat-related mortality in six cities part I: model construction and validation, International Journal of Biometeorology 51(6): 525540.
Proceedings 16th Conference on Biometeorology and Aerobiology; 2004 Aug 25-26; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
and British citizen with a doctorate in biometeorology from Leeds University in the United Kingdom -- Mission Specialist Stephanie Wilson, a Mass.
Sellers, aged 51, who is married with two children, first went to space aboard Atlantis in October 2002 and holds a doctorate in biometeorology from Leeds University.
Details of these findings have been presented at various meetings for academic societies at home and overseas, including the Japanese Pharmacological Society, the Physiological Society of Japan, the Japan Society of Pain Clinicians, the Japanese Society of Biometeorology, the Japanese Society of Nursing Art and Science, as well as the 4th Congress of the International Society for Autonomic Neuroscience held in Marseille, France in July.
Biometeorology is a study of the way in which the weather affects natural systems.
A considerable literature in biometeorology has examined how meteorologic variables affect human physiology, and several measures have been developed that try to integrate the effect of temperature and humidity to develop a composite index.
Heat stress mortality in five cities in southern Ontario: 1980 to 1996, International Journal of Biometeorology, 44: 190-197
Davies, "Infulence of Weather and Climate on Airborne Allergens," in Progress in Biometeorology, ed.
Being in the shade won't protect you from it, because unlike visible light, UVB doesn't shine down in a straight line from the sun, Purdue University researchers report in the International Journal of Biometeorology.