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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We know of only two studies explicitly examining daily variation in WFC (McEwen & Barling, 1994; Williams & Alliger, 1994) and no prior studies examining daily variation in WFF.
Rogers, personal communication), but lower than daily variation in settlement that resulted from production during the same time of the year in 1985-1987 (i.
This sampling intensity was designed to monitor the annual and daily variations in soil C[O.
However, these daily variations were suppressed when the sprints were repeated (i.
In some places sastrugi may be the main cause of daily variations in how much sunlight the snow reflects, a property called albedo, researchers in China and the United States report online August 6 in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface.
Daily variations will also concern certain second dishes and sweets.
The daily variations which you have observed result from your own body's function, from extrinsic mechanisms, and from the serum concentrations of your medications.
Monthly and daily variations of radar anomalous propagation conditions: How "normal" is normal propagation?
Offshore lagoons would also be much better at storing and releasing water to generate electricity to match the daily variations in demand.
While the daily variations in ratings do suggest some consumer response within the week to last week's events, consumer perceptions for the week were just about as bleak as those for the previous week.
The average amplitudes of the daily variations are less than 100 [micro]V/m.