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Northern Hemisphere

Definitions

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  • n. The hemisphere of the Earth (or any celestial body) to the north of its equator.

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  • n. the hemisphere that is to the north of the equator

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Examples

  • This time-dependent correlation approach generalizes on previous studies of fixed correlations between long-term Northern Hemisphere temperature records and possible forcing agents.

    IPCC and Solar Correlations « Climate Audit

  • This time-dependent correlation approach generalizes on previous studies of fixed correlations between long-term Northern Hemisphere temperature records and possible forcing agents lLean et al 1995; Crowley and Kim, 1996.

    MBH98 Figure 7 Unveiled « Climate Audit

  • The agribusiness markets will be characterized by the Northern Hemisphere harvests and continued strong global trade in response to the relatively tight supply situation.

  • One major phenomenon contributing to the natural variability of the climate of the Northern Hemisphere is the NAO, which is also associated with the AO, and is described in more detail in section 2.2.2.

    Regional modeling of the Arctic

  • This week for the Northern Hemisphere is the week where the meteor shower is best only the moon is shedding light on the stars.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • It is a pretty good bet, barring a hemisphere-wide rash of tropical cyclogenesis, that the period from June 1 – November 30, 2007 in the Northern Hemisphere will be the quietest TC season (in terms of ACE) since 1977 (also June-Nov).

    YTD Hurricane Activity « Climate Audit

  • Our summer in the Northern Hemisphere occurs when the earth is at point A.

    The Source

  • The quietest patch of sky in the Northern Hemisphere is the one right above Novokuznetsk; there's not even cloud cover.

    Mother Of Storms

  • In particular, you can find the size of the Arctic ice cap, or what the NSIDC calls Northern Hemisphere sea ice.

    American Thinker

  • KAREN KOTLOFF: This virus is still circulating in the Northern Hemisphere, which is extremely rare for influenza.

    Marketplace

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