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pluviometer

[‚plü·vē′äm·əd·ər]
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A pluviometric precipitation of 10 mm or more, or rain precipitation of 6 mm or greater over a maximum interval of 15 min, is considered to be an erosive rain according to the criteria proposed by Wischmeier & Smith (1958) and modified by Cabeda (1976).
In this paper, we assessed in detail the appropriateness of the pluviometric information available for the Venezuelan Andes area, in relation to 1) the precision of the geographic coordinates provided with the weather stations metadata; 2) horizontal distribution pattern on the lat-lon plane; 3) vertical distribution pattern along the elevation range; and 4) the existence of dubious precipitation reports.
This increasing was probably due the low pluviometric index in those months - 26, 51, and 46 mm (Table 2), allied to the fact that no chemical control was used.
However, when predicting flows in rainy periods or in recession periods, the uncertainty associated with pluviometric predictability should be evaluated.
org/formats), and the thermic and pluviometric WORLDCLIM application for their analysis (http://www.
The differences found in diverse studies on the differences in the production of the branches fraction, indicate that each vegetal community has its own personal characteristics, being influenced by diverse factors such as: pluviometric regime, water availability, soil fertilization, age of the plants, forest fires, plagues, brush and trees architecture, fragmentation and stage of succession.
For example, extensive areas were deforested and the areas in slope have been cultivated; the effect of this "modern" reason consisted of catastrophic floods and changes within the pluviometric regime.
Lacunarity, predictability and predictive instability of the daily pluviometric regime in the Iberian Peninsula.
Recent Pluviometric Changes in the Arid and Semi-Arid zones of West Pakistan, Pakistan Geographical Review, Vol.
The decrease in the number of species in the natural substratum over the experiment occurred during the days with higher pluviometric intensity.