temperature change


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Noun1.temperature change - a process whereby the degree of hotness of a body (or medium) changes
advection - (meteorology) the horizontal transfer of heat or other atmospheric properties
climate change, global climate change - a change in the world's climate
convection - the transfer of heat through a fluid (liquid or gas) caused by molecular motion
chilling, cooling, temperature reduction - the process of becoming cooler; a falling temperature
heating, warming - the process of becoming warmer; a rising temperature
natural action, natural process, action, activity - a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings); "the action of natural forces"; "volcanic activity"
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The Food and Agriculture Organization data shows Kenya is among the more than 100 countries that had an annual mean temperature change greater than one degree Celsius.
Download Weather for tomorrow partly cloudy, with no significant temperature change NNA - Civil Aviation's Department of Meteorology predicted Sunday that the weather for tomorrow would be partly cloudy, with no significant change in temperature along the coast and limited decrease on the mountains and in the interior.
Absorbent Article Comprising a Temperature Sensor and a Temperature Change Material: Carolyn Berland, Molndal, Sweden; and Tomas Karlson, Savedalen, Sweden.
4[degrees]C and temperature change during curing was recorded as shown on the digital screen of the thermocouple.
The biggest temperature change in a 24-hour period in the United States occurred on Jan.
MARYLAND (CyHAN)- Saturn's 2010 Great White Spot storm has set a new record for the largest atmospheric temperature change ever detected during a storm on the ringed planet.
The temperature change could be due to energy expelled by the wind farms and the turbulence generated by turbine rotors, the study said.
Letters, July), in any metal crystal arrangement of atoms and molecules in a temperature range not near a eutectic or phase change and under no external restraint forces, the hole expands in proportion to the temperature change of the surrounding metal.
The temperature change dynamics in any organ of the plant is described by the energy balance of the plant organ or any part thereof at a given moment that is in a permanent dynamic equilibrium during the sunny period of the day.
2], the authors assess such goals using global mean temperature change as the primary metric.
It causes severe pain in the extremities when exposed to temperature change.
The atmospheric carbon dioxide level is, depending on the direction of the temperature change, absorbed or released from the world's oceans.

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