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emersion

(ee-mer -shŏn) The reappearence of a celestial body following its eclipse or occultation.

emersion

[ē′mer·zhən]
(astronomy)
The reappearance of a celestial body after an eclipse or occultation.
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The mean numbers of microgrowth bands deposited in the shell layer were almost the same as the total number of tidal emersions in fortnightly periods from December 2011 to January 2012.
The main feature of this basin succession is the presence of emersion events from the Aalenian and the fact it reached a climax during Bajocian-Bathonian times.
Abordando especificamente el proceso de surgimiento o emersion del consenso estrategico, Moreira y Puente-Palacios (2014) lo describen como una cognicion (conocimiento o saber sobre algo) que se origina en los individuos, miembros del equipo, a partir de relaciones de interaccion interpersonal generan algo nuevo, que es compartido por los miembros, y da lugar a un fenomeno eminentemente colectivo.
84 EMERSION AND TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON GROWTH RATES AND BYSSAL THREAD PRODUCTION IN TWO SYMPATRIC MARINE MUSSEL SPECIES
of Portsmouth, which received a grant of up to $19,584 for eight training providers to train 31 employees in plant design setup, HYSYS, gas operations, shallow foundation design, Wonderware system platform, control valves and regulators, pressure relieving systems and emersion exchange.
The CRIS consists 40 items, which includes six types of racial attitudes: pre-encounter assimilation (PA), pre-encounter miseducation (PM), pre-encounter self-hatred (PSH), immersion/ emersion anti-White (IEAW), internalization afrocentricity (IA), and internalization multiculturalist-inclusive (IMCI), each measured by five items that are randomly distributed (30 CRIS items and 10 fillers).
Para la caracterizacion de la dinamica de emersion se consideraron 259 individuos.
The mirror is tested by emersion into the hydrogen peroxide solution 3% w/v for 24hrs and there is no deterioration in the quality of the mirror.
2004), whereas the end of the turn movement was defined by the head emersion, indicating the end of the underwater part (Burkett et al.
The author explains that the emersion of this new phenomenon was combined with the development of the counter-cultural movements.
9:00 MYOGLOBIN CONTENT IN VENTRICLES OF MANGROVE KILLIFISH (KRYPTOLEBIAS MARMORATUS) DURING EMERSION **.
Suspension-feeding organisms living in stressful locations in the intertidal zone experience significantly reduced feeding opportunities due to longer periods of emersion and lower wave splash, while grazers must contend with reduced epilithic microa/gai productivity (Dahlhoff and Menge, 1996; Dahlhoff et al.