mesometeorology

mesometeorology

[‚me·zō‚mē·dē·ə′räl·ə·jē]
(meteorology)
That portion of the science of meteorology concerned with the study of atmospheric phenomena on a scale larger than that of micrometeorology, but smaller than the cyclonic scale.
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Furthermore, if all the abovementioned patterns of the TPW columns over the two Mediterranean subbasins are more strongly driven by the prevailing mesometeorology rather than by local processes (e.g., the net evaporation), then their spatiotemporal variability must be in good concordance with previous measurements and modelling experiments on both sides of the Mediterranean Sea.
Satellite and Mesometeorology Research Paper 156, Dept, of Geophysical Sciences, University of Chicago, 104 pp.