daily variation


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daily variation

[¦dā·lē ‚ver·ē′ā·shən]
(geophysics)
Oscillation occurring in the earth's magnetic field in a 1-day period.
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Levels of daily variation in output during his and our sampling periods were very similar (Levene's test, P = 0.665).
How much daily variation exists in work-to-family conflict, work-to-family facilitation, job demands, job skill level, and job control?
The demonstration of the capabilities of the instrument has been done on Earth in two lines: on the one hand, static measurements registering the absolute value of the field and its orientation as well as the daily variations to show the ability of the instrument to measure these features on Mars (MetNet goal), and on the other hand, mobile measurements to show the extra capability of such device for rovers (future scenarios).
As part of the study of development projects of roads network in Brussels - capital, the implementation of the Plan II Iris travel and the development of scenarios for the management of events on the network it is necessary to have accurate and complete information on traffic volumes and daily variations in some parts of the road network.
Statistical analysis of unexpected daily variations in an electrochemical transmutation experiment.
These levels represent the hourly difference due to daily variations in gains levels not accounted for by day-type schedules.
We studied annual, seasonal and daily variations in soil respiration, evaluating the importance of climate variables and the operability of various models by using an empirical approach.
Casablanca's MASI fell by 0.5 percent and the ASE Index of the Jordanian bourse moved sideways with small daily variations and minor volumes.
"Staffing plays a role in patients' experience of care, and we're working to refine and enhance our ability to respond to the daily variations in patient volume by making sure we have the right people in the right place at the right time," Hughes said.
FRANCISCA NNEKA OKEKE RECEIVED a prestigious L'Oreal-UNESCO Award For Women in Science (FWIS) for her "significant contributions to the understanding of daily variations of the ion currents in the upper atmosphere." As the awards jury noted, her work might well further our understanding of climate change.