daily variation


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daily variation

[¦dā·lē ‚ver·ē′ā·shən]
(geophysics)
Oscillation occurring in the earth's magnetic field in a 1-day period.
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Daily variations in soil respiration were correlated with variations in Ts and Ms, and were primarily controlled by Ts.
Short-term exposure to ambient concentrations of combustion-related pollution has become a public health concern over the last decade largely because of numerous studies linking fluctuations in the daily number of deaths with daily variations in ambient air pollutants, such as particulate matter and ground-level ozone (Dominici et al.
Prior to the advent of IGRT and tools like the On-Board Imager device, radiation oncologists have had to contend with daily variations in patient positioning and with normal tumor motion by treating a larger margin of healthy tissue around the tumor.
Major retailers face constantly changing environments, and must consider daily variations in consumer demand, manufacturer promotions or holidays to achieve the right arrangement and assortment of products in the store.
With a few simple steps, therapists can calculate 3D offsets, send them to the treatment couch to compensate for daily variations, and safely deliver therapy.
As with any call center, MGE's customer service center is challenged with matching staffing to daily variations in call traffic.
The Company's platform technology, based on the principles of chronobiology, involves the timed administration of oral neurotransmitter modulating drugs to regulate daily variations in the body's neuroendocrine activity.
Ergo believes that abnormal daily variations in hypothalamic activity can contribute to metabolic and immune system disorders.
Ergo believes that abnormal daily variations in neuroendocrine activity can contribute to metabolic and immune system disorders.
Ergo believes that abnormal daily variations in neuroendocrine activity contribute to metabolic and immune system disorders.