record observation

record observation

[′rek·ərd ‚äb·zər‚vā·shən]
(meteorology)
A type of aviation weather observation; the most complete of all such observations and usually taken at regularly specified and equal intervals (hourly, usually on the hour). Also known as hourly observation.
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Keeping in view the importance of honeybees, the current investigation was undertaken with an objective to record observation on the commencement, cessation and peak timings of visitation/foraging of A.
Although observers are encouraged to record observations for all species throughout the year, each game species has the following key observation periods when it is particularly important to record your observations: White-tailed deer and mule deer: September 1 to November 30; Moose: September 1 to December 31; Elk: September 1 to February 28; Sharp-tailed grouse: March 1 to July 15; Wild Turkey: December 1 to March 1; Everyone from across the province is invited to join the community of volunteer wildlife observers by downloading the app (SK CWMS) on GooglePlay or the Apple store.
As nurses, we observed the babies through the viewing windows and only went into the nursery three-hourly to perform feeds, cares and record observations.
The statement said: "Biocaching, an outdoor hyperlocal biodiversity data collection game, allows a user to record observations which are forwarded to national and international databases.
Through experiential education, participants learn to make and record observations, interpret scientific information, and undertake on the ground conservation and restoration.
Take them outdoors and ask them to make and record observations about the air, water, land and life around them.
Using a micro-cassette player to record observations, he collects stories as he goes and has a seemingly endless supply of them.
Having the children make and record observations under controlled conditions (using the hair dryer in the classroom) before applying them (outside in the playground) guides their 'use of equipment to enhance observation' and facilitates linking 'what they see' with their 'science knowledge' (Feasey, 2012: 67).
Early years teachers record observations and summarise the children's achievements.
The ability to record observations by mechanical device did not
STEM notebooks are a place for students to record observations and data from STEM learning experiences; a record of questions, ideas, and reflections; and a space where evidence and research come together to support students' predictions in order to construct meaning and deepen understanding of STEM concepts.
Taking the pupils for a wander around the school or the locality, using the notebook to record observations for a written piece can help pupils find inspiration and to take time to observe keenly.