wet season


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wet season

[′wet ‚sēz·ən]
(climatology)
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By contrast, Stations 10-12 in the Caroni River recorded seven species constituted primarily of Oligochaetes and chironomid larvae at Station 12 (wet season).
The cowpea genotypes showed significantly varying levels of disease severity ([F.sub.37,74]=4.0; P< 0.001) at the final observation (8 WAS) during the wet season (Table 3).
The concentration of chloride varied from 67 to 2406 mg/L during the wet season and from 49 to 4402 mg/L throughout the dry season.
Overall, a total of 106 circular observation plots (71 for dry season and 35 for wet season) were established and assessed.
The experiments included the simulations of the dry season and wet season in each soil textural class.
Calculated %CBE average -0.55 for the dry season dataset and -0.30 for the wet season dataset, with standard deviations of 0.86 and 0.40, respectively.
Traps with baits have reduced attractiveness during the wet season (Santos-Filho et al., 2008).
With roughly 400 mm monthly precipitation in the wet season and the average annual temperature of 28-29C, Soc Trang is a typical region representing the natural environment in the Mekong Delta (Soc Trang Statistical Office, 2012).
albopictus found in each type of containers in wet season are lower or higher than that in the other dry season by comparing the mean ranks of each distribution of Aedes larvae.
The average monthly latent heat flux values revealed that LE was higher in the wet season and lower in the dry season, and the highest monthly Rn average was recorded in December 2012 (135 W [m.sup.-2]) and the lowest was recorded in June 2013 ( 52 W [m.sup.-2]).
The reservoirs and rivers that provide water to millions in this city have received less rainfall than hoped during the first weeks of the wet season, raising fears that they won't be replenished as hoped.
Known as the "wet season", this period runs from June to November.