mean latitude

mean latitude

[′mēn ′lad·ə‚tüd]
(geodesy)
Half the arithmetical sum of the latitudes of two places on the same side of the equator; mean latitude is labeled N or S to indicate whether it is north or south of the equator.
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They also report the mean latitude of the NPC edge for different values of [L.
In these equations L is the mean latitude of the NPC.
The difference in mean latitude is the NPC latitude for 2000 minus the latitude for the year of interest.
The applet determines latitude from the system in which the browser is running, as the mean latitude of the user's country.
Latitude variable expresses the mean latitude of each band; TM = annual mean temperature ([degrees]C); TminM = mean minimum extreme temperature ([degrees]C); TmaxM = mean maximum extreme temperature ([degrees]C); TR = average of the temperature ranges ([degrees]C); RM = mean annual rainfall (mm); RdM = average of rainfall differences (mm); A (x [10.
However, there was not a significant difference in the mean latitude error magnitude between TSP (4.
Mean latitude error magnitude was significantly smaller for TSP than for AMP at all depths, except 146 m (Fig.
The planet stood at less than 7[inches] diameter in October when members began micrometer and CCD measurements of the NPC's size to determine the mean latitude of its southern edge.
2) Except in v-hi-res images (3) Mean latitude for DL2= 0, from regression line with gradient of 15.
B,l] = biomass-weighted mean latitude of a length class, l;
Then, the upbay difference between biomass-weighted mean latitude of SSB (in decimal units) in Jun-August and the baseline for SSB during the spring ([DELTA]L) was calculated:
Cantor et al (16) report latitude equations for the NPC in 2006 and 2007-2008 but do not report mean latitudes.