circulation pattern

circulation pattern

[‚sər·kyə·′lā·shən ‚pad·ərn]
(meteorology)
The general geometric configuration of atmospheric circulation usually applied, in synoptic meteorology, to the large-scale features of synoptic charts and mean charts.
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consistance of work: demolition of facilities to the bus station, improved pedestrian and automobile circulation pattern, reorganization of parking, network restructuring sanitation, all surface coatings, creating a fountain, street furniture, lighting and development, plantations.
It is likely that the longer time scale mirrors either the underlying circulation pattern of the entire Gulf of Finland or the anti-cyclonic gyre described in [28].
The dominant water circulation pattern in the Gulf is counter-clockwise.
That untypical circulation pattern was what made March so warm.
The remains separated from the vortex circulation pattern and within less than a day became a thing of the past.
The AO is an atmospheric circulation pattern between the polar and middle latitudes (above 45[degrees]N) that strengthens and weakens the winds around the Arctic.
It doesn't really matter what's going on in Siberia, if we're not getting any circulation pattern from there, and at the moment we're not seeing anything like that.
Predicted circulation patterns are always qualitatively accurate, and the transitions from one circulation pattern to another, predominantly with changes in off bottom clearance, are also accurately predicted (Fokema et al.
Long sterile hallways were avoided by creating an easy circulation pattern with playful wall coverings and doors highlighted with bright colors.
Raising the viscosity will slow down the circulation pattern.
If the Arctic sea ice is melting, it could change the circulation pattern of the north Atlantic, changing the supply of heat to western Europe.
The air circulation pattern, which is also patented, can dry flake to <0.