interannual

in·ter·an·nu·al

 (ĭn′tər-ăn′yo͞o-əl)
adj.
Measured or evaluated on a yearly basis or from one year to the next: interannual variability in plankton abundance.

in′ter·an′nu·al·ly adv.

interannual

(ˌɪntərˈænjʊəl)
adj
occurring between two or more years
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Most of the 34 populations, for which there are data from more than a single year, exhibited significant interannual variation (P [less than] 0.
Now, a new study suggests that most of these interannual changes appear to result from a combination of two forces, one within Earth's lower atmosphere and another within the upper atmosphere.
We want to quantify the sources and limits of predictability of climate variations on intra-seasonal and interannual time scales.
29 euros per month, which means an interannual increase of 1.
For more than 20 years, reanalyses have become invaluable for a range of research activities, for example, for case studies of selected weather events, for driving regional climate simulations, and for global long-term investigations of specific aspects of the atmospheric flow, including the quantification of trends and interannual variability.
Due to this, the obtained data regarding distribution, abundance, and interannual variation of the number of eggs collected are representative of the second spawning period.
Interannual shifts in the latitudinal distribution of white seabass have been suggested in the past (Skogsberg, 1939; Young (3); Maxwell (4)); however, fishery-independent data on movement patterns and stock structure of white seabass have been limited.
Interannual and interdecadal variability in the predominant Pacific Region SST anomaly patterns and their impact on a local climate.
El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events also affect this region at seasonal to interannual timescales (Rasmusson & Carpenter 1982, Rutllant & Montecino 2002).
Nonstationary interannual teleconnections modulated by multidecadal variability
snowmelt and rainfall), as well as evaporation over seasonal and interannual timescales, to answer the following questions: 1) Do physical and chemical conditions differ predictably between lakes that receive water input mainly from snowmelt and lakes fed mainly by rainfall?
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