sea-level pressure

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Noun1.sea-level pressure - the atmospheric pressure reduced by a formula to the pressure at sea level
air pressure, atmospheric pressure, pressure - the pressure exerted by the atmosphere
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After two months of following the treatment, that is breathing pure oxygen at sea-level pressure for 45 minutes, five days a week, the toddler regained muscle control as well as her ability to speak, walk and respond to commands.
A Nature article reports how precipitation changes were linked to rising sea-level pressure and long-term warming trends in Eastern Mediterranean.
He thinks that during the most recent seasonal extreme, the airmass enveloping Pluto reached a peak surface pressure of anywhere from 18 millibars (three times that on Mars) to 280 millibars (more than 25% of sea-level pressure on Earth), depending on the surface's reflectivity and other assumptions.
Whitlow, 2000: Sea-level pressure variability in the Amundsen Sea region inferred from a West Antarctic glaciochemical record.
Paciente explained that the sea-level pressure currently affects the intensification of the LPA into tropical depression.