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mean temperature

[′mēn ′tem·prə·chər]
(meteorology)
The average temperature of the air as indicated by a properly exposed thermometer during a given time period, usually a day, month, or year.
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High similarity of mean temperature was confirmed between Mohe (Northern China) and Podkami (Western Russia); the mean temperatures were -3.9 AdegC and -3.26 AdegC respectively.
In August the mean temperature was 15.2?C, 0.2?C above average for the month.
The mean temperature and relative humidity affected malaria incidence rates in the following locations: northeastern Thailand: in Kalasin in 2012 and Ubon Ratchathani in 2014; eastern Thailand: in Chon Buri in 2012 and Sa Kaeo in 2014; western Thailand: in Phetchaburi in 2012 and Ratchaburi in 2015 and 2017; and southern Thailand: in Narathiwat in 2012, 2013, and 2015; Nakhon Si Thammarat in 2012; Surat Thani and Ranong in 2016; Pattani in 2015; and Songkhla in 2017.
The annual averages mean temperature of the Barmer centre in the studied 30 years i.e., 1980-2009 has been 26.4[degrees]C.
The mean temperature is worked out as the sum of the high temperature and the low temperature divided by two.
We defined the cold season as the 4 months with the lowest monthly mean temperature for each community, the hot season as the 4 months with the highest monthly mean temperature, and the moderate season as the 4 months not included in the hot and cold seasons.
Current state-of-the-art global climate models produce different values for Earth's mean temperature. For this reason, projections of changes in Earth's temperature over time are usually presented relative to a reference period, following Hansen et al.
This output showed that its natural distribution occupies environments with annual mean temperature ranging from about 4.0[degrees]C to 11.9[degrees]C (the site with a 13.4[degrees]C annual mean temperature for the herbarium specimen held in Canberra was not relevant) and annual mean precipitation from about 500 to 2500 mm (see Figure 1).
Statistical uncertainties make it possible that the actual mean temperature, as opposed to the mean as measured, might not necessarily have been higher than for any other year.
The 10-year mean temperature for 2005-2014 was 0.55 degree Celsius above average and the highest in record, BOM said.
The UK mean temperature for the month so far is 11degC, which is 1.5degC above the average.
Grade to withstand Temperature 1260oC having Density 128 kg / m3 Thermal conductivity of 0.12 w /mk at 550oC mean temperature, to be supplied in rolls of not less than the size of a) 3.81m x0.61m x50 mm - 40 rolls b) 7.62m x 0.61mx25mm -50 rolls