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mean temperature

[′mēn ′tem·prə·chər]
(meteorology)
The average temperature of the air as indicated by a properly exposed thermometer during a given time period, usually a day, month, or year.
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We defined the cold season as the 4 months with the lowest monthly mean temperature for each community, the hot season as the 4 months with the highest monthly mean temperature, and the moderate season as the 4 months not included in the hot and cold seasons.
APPENDIX B: DOES GLOBAL MEAN TEMPERATURE MATTER FOR CLIMATE SENSITIVITY?
Decrease of heads number/plant at the third sowing date may be referred to the coincide of head appearance stage with high mean temperature (about 30[degrees]C) (Table 2).
Watts then raised an interesting question: "So according to NOAA's National Climatic Data Center, it seems clear that for at least the last 10 years, there has been a cooling trend in the annual mean temperature of the continental U.
Abbreviations: ATM; Annual mean temperature variability, MMTV; Monsoon mean temperature variability, WMTV; winter mean temperature variability, PMMTV; Pre-monsoon mean temperature variability, PoMMTV; Post monsoon mean temperature variability,
The researchers then created a model that linked the area of tundra burned to mean temperature and precipitation during the warmest period of the year (June-September) using 60 years of data from the Alaskan tundra.
Gearing Scientific has expanded its capability in thermal conductivity testing and is now able to test solid polymer or composite samples up to a mean temperature of 250 degC and polymers in the melt up to a mean temperature of 190 or 200 degC.
Plateflow is said to offer true countercurrent flow, maximizing mean temperature difference between the fluids.
The authors wrote that "the trend in daily mean temperature due to land use changes is 0.
When tested at the standard mean temperature of 75 F (average of hot and cold sides of the sample), all the foams performed similarly, though Enovate 3000 showed slightly better performance, Honeywell said.