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  • adj. Of or pertaining to climatology

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Examples

  • Finally, the United States must maintain and take full advantage of its technical and strategic superiority in space, which can simultaneously enhance our national security and provide crucial information about environmental and climatologic trends.

    NASA Administrator: A New Name Is Circulating - NASA Watch

  • It's farther above normal than it has ever been for any month in climatologic records.

    More ice than ever in Antarctica....

  • Of course, "...than it has ever been for any month in climatologic records" means 'than it has been since 1979.'

    More ice than ever in Antarctica....

  • They claim the popular climatologic radiation balance diagrams describing quasi-one-dimensional situations cf.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Most of us will not be able to comprehend the latest climatologic studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but fortunately that is not necessary.

    Yellow Science

  • The climatologic measures that can strongly influence growth are moisture availability, very low or very high temperatures, and very low solar radiation receipt.

    Bristlecone/Foxtail Site #1: Cirque Peak « Climate Audit

  • Even with the use of appropriate climatologic gear, the humidity taxes my troops.

    Mid Flinx

  • The vastness of the county and the topographic and climatologic variations provide opportunities to make a variety of outstanding wines, and Chardonnay is the most widely planted grape.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • It's postulated that CO2 emitted by the Greenland Mantle Plume, heat from the plume that decomposed biogenic carbon sediments releasing more CO2, climate feedbacks shifted the balance of biospheric processes toward the release of more CO2, and methane hydrates that were decomposed by warming (climatologic or volcanic) caused the rapid spike in temperature at the PETM.

    RealClimate

  • First, virtually everything I read, here and elsewhere, seems to a great extent based on the paleo-climatologic record deduced from ice and sediment cores among other sources.

    RealClimate

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