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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An analysis of tornado activity in four central plains region states has revealed the importance of considering not only interannual but also longer-term variability in severe weather occurrences and their relationship to variability in the synoptic flow regimes.
More specifically, we suspect that the emergence of strongly seasonal Holocene climates in the region resulted in increased overall severity of interannual fluctuations in food resource availability, in particular, subsistence stresses occurring in the winter and spring.
californiensis fishery in the Gulf of California experiences substantial interannual variation in catch per unit effort, likely due to strong recruitment events, which have been positively correlated with elevated sea temperature anomalies characteristic of El Nino events (Morales-Bojorquez and L opez-Martinez 1999).
The OFP record shows that particle flux in the deep Sargasso Sea has varied on a number of time scales, from short-lived, episodic, high-flux "events" lasting only days to a few weeks to interannual and longer term trends spanning more than a decade.
At most, volcanos in this century have caused short-term cooling of a few tenths of a degree--an amount comparable to interannual variations and not large enough to put the climate models to the test, he says.
05), and microbial biomass in the sampled plots showed strong interannual variability across the three growing seasons (P < 0.
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.
The population dynamics often display extreme natural interannual variation in numbers and biomass, and oysters create their own habitat--the reef itself.
The present study demonstrates a wide interannual variability of the ice regime of a small shallow Lake Vendyurskoe (dates of freezing and ice-break, duration of ice cover and spring under-ice convection, thickness and structure of the ice sheet), as well as elements of the heat balance at the ice surface in spring (solar and effective long-wave radiation, evaporation and condensation, turbulent exchange with atmosphere).
Total species captured = 74 Number of interannual Whigg Meadow (1999-2008) Total captured recaptures Tennessee Warbler Oreothlypis peregrina 4,324 14 Swainson's Thrush Catharus ustulatus 855 0 Black-throated Blue Warbler Setophaga caerulescens 795 0 Dark-eyed Junco Junco hyemalis 780 0 Ovenbird Seiurus aurocapilla 437 0 Total species captured = 80 Number of interannual Big Bald (2003-2008) Total captured recaptures Tennessee Warbler 5,541 0 Swainson's Thrush 2,484 0 Black-throated Blue Warbler 1,631 0 Cape May Warbler Setophaga tigrina 674 1 Ovenbird 587 0
The results show that the model reproduces the strong observed interannual variability of [EIR.
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