vizy

vizy

(ˈvɪzɪ)
n, pl -zies
a look or aim at a target
vb, -zies, -zying or -zied
1. (tr) obsolete to examine or visit
2. (intr) to look or take aim
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Vizy, 2010: Hydrodynamics of the Caribbean low-level jet and its relationship to precipitation.
In late November when trade winds increase again, CLLJ strengthens and it reaches a maximum in February linked to increased heating over northern South America (Cook and Vizy 2010).
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In this case, the southeastern Amazon basin would experience an extreme decline of > 10 mm [day.sup.-1], whereas an increase by >2 mm [day.sup.-1] would occur in the west (Cook & Vizy, 2008).
For further discussion of the causal mechanisms of changes in temperature and precipitation regimes see Marengo (2004, 2007), Cook & Vizy (2008), and Dai (2011).
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(86.) Our collaborators include Kerry Cook (http://www.jsg.utexas.edu/researcher/kerry_cook/) and Edward Vizy (http://www.ig.utexas.edu/people/staff/ned/) from the Jackson School of Geosciences.
2007; Cook and Vizy 2012), with a large range in magnitude (Lazenby et al.