The formation of such deep cirrus clouds is considered rare in the wintertime Alaskan subarctic, after comparison with climatological
cloud properties derived regionally and seasonally from satellite lidar measurements.
The data will be provided to a server at the headquarters of the Meteorological, Climatological
and Geophysical Agency in Jakarta on a real-time basis via a satellite-based communication system (VSAT).
In fact, Analiza Solis of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) Climatological
and Agrometeorological division said sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean remains 'neutral.
Data of ecological and environmental variables were collected at each site while climatological
data (cumulative rainfall in mm, relative humidity in percentage and mean temperature in degC) in the study area during the entire study period were collected from the local meteorological office.
The SST anomaly is the difference between the monthly reported SST and the monthly climatological
or mean SST for the base period 1981 to 2010.
Seasonality, ambient temperature, and sunshine appear the most likely climatological
factors to influence birth weight (Lawlor et al.
The two ministers also agreed to conduct deep water studies, management of subterranean waters, water purification and removal of water pollutants as well as climatological
changes and its relation to water resources.
2015) as a consequence of interactions of climatological
and hydrological changes connected with the dry period that occurred in the Southeast of Brazil (Sao Paulo) in 2013-2014.
7 earthquake jolted North Sulawesi in eastern Indonesia on Tuesday, the Indonesian Agency for Meteorological, Climatological
and Geophysics said here.
The zoning is mainly based on cropping pattern disease prevalence and climatological
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Before the emergence of a nascent climatological
theory at the end of the eighteenth century, global climate tended to be understood as much in terms of the resources that various regions produced as in persistent patterns of winds and ocean currents.