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barometric

[bar·ə′me·trik]
(engineering)
Pertaining to a barometer or to the results obtained by using a barometer.
(physics)
Loosely, pertaining to atmospheric pressure; for example, barometric gradient (meaning pressure gradient).
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The effect of the barometric pressure on sea level variability was removed by using the hydrostatic equation following the methodology of Gill (1982), and Salas-Monreal & Valle-Levinson (2008):
This belief suggests that the actual air pressure has little to do with the fish's desire to feed, but more accurately it seems likely that the weather conditions created by changes in barometric pressure, such as clouds, rain and wind, have more effect on fishing than the barometric pressure alone.
My handheld required me to monitor the temperature, wind, and barometric pressure and input it into the handheld.
Night Weather data 10-11 September 11-12 September Temperature (1) 12.2 [+ or -] 0.34 17.1 [+ or -] 0.54 Relative humidity (%) (1) 70.1 [+ or -] 2.59 51.8 [+ or -] 1.92 Barometric Pressure 102.1 [+ or -] 0.08 101.1 [+ or -] 0.06 (kPa) (2) Visibility (km) (2) 31.3 [+ or -] 7.49 34.0 [+ or -] 5.37 Weather data F-ratio P Temperature (1) 1893.32 <0.001 Relative humidity (%) (1) 1064.76 <0.001 Barometric Pressure 1009.00 <0.001 (kPa) (2) Visibility (km) (2) 0.77 0.392 (1) data from Cypress Bowl North station, 10 km west of Grouse Mountain (2) data from Vancouver International Airport, 21 km south of Grouse Mountain
Crappies may be quite susceptible to rapid changes in barometric pressure, but that might not be the only reason we can't always find them where they're "supposed to be."
Hellickson found no direct correlations between deer activity and temperature, barometric pressure, rainfall or any other weather factor he checked.
However, the inverse barometric effect is seldom observed in the WT tiltmeters registrations (Chapter 5).
Deer hunters know falling barometric pressure gets deer up and moving.
* Monitors and records temperature, relative humidity, and barometric pressure over an Ethernet network or the Internet with no special software.
The service sends an e-mail alert to a subscriber to warn if the weather is likely to trigger a problem, such as changes in barometric pressure or humidity, which can exacerbate arthritis.
Temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, fine particular matter, black carbon, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen content in the atmosphere were recorded during three 24-hour proceeding sessions.