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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Climate extremes, such as hot and cold temperature extremes, drought and heavy precipitation, by themselves, accounted for 18 per cent-43 per cent of these interannual variations in crop yield.
"As they reach the core surface, the waves focus their energy towards the equatorial plane and along lines of strong magnetic flux, creating sharp interannual changes in core flow and producing geomagnetic jerks through the induced variations in magnetic field acceleration."
Long-term historical data series, with more than 30 years of meteorological observations, can define the local climate by expressing averages of climatic variables, allowing the evaluation of interannual variability, trends, and climate changes.
The aim of this study was to estimate interannual changes in the fraction of mature females of brown shrimp as indicators of reproductive success by assessing the performance of a 3-parameter versus a 2-parameter logistic model for maturity at length and the effect of this model on the magnitude of the [L.sub.50].
For each stream gauge, five statistical metrics were calculated to inform on the availability of high-magnitude flows: magnitude, duration, timing, intra-annual frequency and interannual frequency (Kocis and Dahlke 2017).
Therefore, improvements in predicting natural variability are required for more accurate interannual climate forecasts.
"We developed a system for predicting interannual" -- or short-term -- "natural variations in climate," Sevellec said.
The interannual variation in PWV at various stations is presented in Figure 6.
These images represent the seasonal (25 July 2016 and 16 December 2016) and interannual (6 November 2013 and 16 December 2016) changes in the types of land cover, as shown in Figures 1(a)-1(c).
These studies have successfully used satellite data only as a proxy of autotrophic activity (biomass and primary production) observed in situ, underlining the potential of satellite-borne sensors in the region and providing support for our results showing that it is possible to identify cyclical patterns (e.g., interannual variability).
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