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.
Have students walk around the room, record observations about the structures on sticky notes, and attach the notes to the images.
The course will allow him to record observations that are used to advise pilots on the local weather conditions.
A postmodern, postcolonial writer who shares several of the literary features of the Confessional poets, she came to Philadelphia from India as a young bride in 1960 and began writing poetry as a lonely expatriate to deal with feelings of ennui but also to record observations and experiences in her new country.
Each concept is presented with a probing question and easy-to-follow instructions to promote discovery and critical thinking, with encouragement to record observations in a notebook just like good scientists do.
During this time, you will record observations to provide a clear and fair picture of how the parent(s) cares for the baby and any highlight areas they need further assistance.
A live evaluation was performed on the second day, allowing participants to observe client skills, record observations on an assessment form and develop a therapeutic plan from these results.
They blasted Aintree Hospital for failing to record and document the rash at triage stage, failing to consider concerns of the family, a failure to monitor and record observations correctly, a failure to consider differential diagnoses, and a failure to assess and reassess consistently.
Use informal measurements to collect and record observations, using digital technologies as appropriate
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* Combatant commands routinely record observations, which are entered into JTIMS.