- meso- + scale (Wiktionary)
“Mesonet referred to mesoscale weather system events that are about 250 miles wide.”
“Recent discoveries about the structure of ice films in astrophysical conditions at the mesoscale, which is the size just above the molecular level, were discussed at a recent workshop organised by the European Science Foundation (ESF) and co-chaired by Cartwright alongside C. Ignacio Sainz-Diaz, also from the IACT.”
“Her father was a professor of meteorology at the University of Oklahoma who specialized in "mesoscale," or human-level, weather events such as the effects of downbursts on airplane landings.”
“Like to climate modeling community the mesoscale model development community is done at the local university AND national labs.”
“Although I am not directly involved in climate modeling, I am involved in mesoscale modeling (1000 - 300 meter horizontal resolution).”
“Many of the mesoscale models AND climate models were initial developed at universities then migrated to the larger computing facilities over time.”
“MM5, RAMS and WRF are examples of mesoscale models that began at universities.”
“One of the challenges of forecasting snowstorms like this is pinpointing the locations of small-scale intense snow bands, known more formally as "mesoscale bands" because they occur on such a small-scale, ahead of time.”
“Whatever happened to the nice fellow that wrote the seminal mesoscale modeling textbook?”
“Former Skeptic: "Whatever happened to the nice fellow that wrote the seminal mesoscale modeling textbook?”
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Cribbed from Transhumanist Terminology at aleph.se, which has definitions, and is itself based on the Lextropicon.
Words combed from 'Moby-Duck: The True Story of 28,800 Bath Toys Lost at Sea and of the Beachcombers, Oceanographers, Environmentalists, and Fools, Including the Author,Who Went in Search of Them.'
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