American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The branch of meteorology that deals with the occurrence, motion, and changes of state of atmospheric water.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That branch of meteorology which is concerned with water in the atmosphere in the form of rain, clouds, snow, hail, etc.
- n. the branch of meteorology that studies the occurrence, movement and changes of state of water in the atmosphere
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. That branch of meteorology which relates to, or treats of, water in the atmosphere, or its phenomena, as rain, clouds, snow, hail, storms, etc.
“Since 1974, during 5 years, was working in the West sector of the Arctic as a head of the Amderminsk Administration of hydrometeorology and environment control.”
“Why, girl, you ought to study hydrometeorology as well as chemistry.”
“Officials acknowledge the importance of hydrometeorology in the prevention and management of natural disasters but complain about NMA's institutional weakness.”
“Last year, a total of 124 persons graduated from overseas universities in the areas of human medicine, agriculture, veterinary medicine, forestry, engineering, sports, information technology, hydrometeorology and architecture.”
“Long-term trends and cycles in the hydrometeorology of the Amazon basin since the late 1920s.”
“Wednesday, the average air temperatures in most parts of the Kolyma basin sank to minus 40 degrees Celsius, and the Kolyma hydrometeorology bureau the record of minus 46 degrees was set in the North Evenk district.”
“The North Pole-36 (SP-36), a manned floating weather station, has started operating in the Arctic Ocean, the hydrometeorology service's Arctic and Antarctic research institute said on Monday.”
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