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The study of weather conditions on a small scale, as in the area immediately around a building, smokestack, or mountain.

mi′cro·me′te·or′o·log′i·cal (-ôr′ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl, -ər-ə-) adj.
mi′cro·me′te·or·ol′o·gist n.
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(Physical Geography) a person who specializes in micrometeorology
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As a micrometeorologist, Desai's research focuses on the role of temporal and spatial scales in biologically mediated surface-atmosphere exchanges of trace gases, energy, and momentum.
ARS micrometeorologist John Prueger, who works at the National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment(NLAE) in Ames, Iowa, is co-leading the investigation with Gish.
Last December, Kaspar, along with ARS micrometeorologist John H.