wet season


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wet season

[′wet ‚sēz·ən]
(climatology)
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During the wet season, this species tends to feed according to availability of resources in the environment (Camargo et al.
5 cm, Unpublished data), and between dry and wet seasons were confirmed using ANOVA.
001); all were independently observed only in wet season.
In the wet season the number of new colonies was positively correlated with humidity (rs = 0.
More recently, however, peak flooding has caused extensive damage to the wet season rice crop from extended periods of inundation.
We sampled four periods over two years: July 30-31, 2003 (wet season 2003); November 11-12, 2004 (early dry season 2004); February 11-12, 2005 (peak dry season 2005); and September 20-21, 2005 (peak wet season 2005).
Scientists believe an extremely strong La Nina event is responsible for the unusually wet season.
Skywest said that this decrease was due to a change in the number of flights to the northern territory, a market affected significantly this year by a wet season.
Ranger will be closed until July because the heavy wet season has almost filled the tailings dams.
05) coccidia egg counts were observed in the wet season than in the dry season (Figure 1).
Health Secretary Dr Enrique Ona pointed out that the DOH remains on top of the situation and that the agency remains on guard with contingencies in the event that dengue haemorrhagic fever cases continue to increase with the continuing wet season.