diurnal range

diurnal range

[dī′ərn·əl ′rānj]
(oceanography)
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Based on his observations, the diurnal range increased from 7 degrees Celsius to 14AdegC.
Despite having a similar diurnal range in PWV, BASC has larger diurnal amplitude in rainfall than CUAH, suggesting more favorable conditions for convective organization along the western slope.
Southern Afghanistan was generally warmer with the annual mean temperature (p<0.001), mean diurnal range (p<0.001), and isothermality (p<0.001) higher than the eastern region.
In the jackknife test, variables of mean diurnal range, isothermality, and annual precipitation had the highest training gains, which indicated that they had the greatest predictive abilities.
The mean annual temperature in the city is 17[degrees]C, while the hottest month is May with 19.4[degrees]C, the coldest month is January with 13.5[degrees]C and it has a mean diurnal range of 15.3[degrees]C.
However, the diurnal range increases sharply inland and exceeds 1000 m over relatively low terrain including over the cities of Seoul, Daejeon, and Daegu in the warm season.
Overall, the growth rate has similar patterns to the diurnal range in its horizontal distribution.
The Spring Range is the average diurnal range occurring semi-monthly when there is either a full moon or a new moon.
217, Anatrack Ltd., Wareham, UK), and computed the distance between the centroids of the diurnal ranges before and after treatment.
Furthermore, centers of diurnal ranges were 2-4 x further apart after than before disturbance (hiking: 2403 [+ or -] 446 m versus I184 [+ or -] 366 m, s = 37, P = 0.002; snowmobiling: 1137 [+ or -] 230 m versus 256 [+ or -] 68 m, s = 22, P = 0.008).