subvisible

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subvisible

(sʌbˈvɪzɪbəl) or

subvisual

adj
1. (General Physics) physics too small to be visible to the naked eye, not quite visible
2. (Physical Geography) meteorol (of a cloud) too thin to be seen
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CPL provides information on the radiative and optical properties of cirrus, subvisual cirrus clouds, and aerosols (McGill and Hlavka 2015).
14) Deaf patients with schizophrenia are more likely to report visual elements to their hallucinations; however, these may be subvisual precepts rather than true visual hallucinations.
Larger [beta] in the midafternoon than in the morning and/or occurrences of undetected subvisual or very thin cirrus clouds are also possible, leading to DNI's magnitude being lower, and its standard deviation larger, than in the morning.
The requirement for subvisual cirrus detection drove selection of the 1.
2010) and have been used to quantify the radiative impact of subvisual cirrus (Sun et al.
In the introduction, we gave examples of the shortcomings of current models in representing vertical profiles of aerosol, boundary layer cloud occurrence, mean ice water path, regional radiation biases, and the radiative impact of subvisual cirrus and midlevel thin supercooled cloud layers.
And, we may also note the variables that did not contribute significantly to any of the four outcome variables: headline size, major visual size and placement, type and location of subvisuals, copy length, advertisement location, all five different advertisement approaches (technical, analogy/allegory, case history, spokesperson/expert use, competitive comparison), five persuasive appeals (question, humor, status, learned motives, problem/solution), calls to action, reader orientation, and company name in the headline.