Did you perchance mean meteorology?
- n. common misspelling of meteorology.
“Her novel Atmospheric Disturbances features a character with the same name, Tzvi Gal-Chen, a professor of meterology and a fellow of the (fictional) Royal Academy of Meterology.”
“She grew up in Norman, Oklahoma, where her father, Tzvi Gal-Chen, was a professor of meterology at the University of Oklahoma.”
“Of course, our friends in physics and meterology […]”
“It is worth nothing that chaos theory and the Sensitive Dependence on Intial Conditions which unravels many large scale models was born in meterology not the social sciences.”
“He supposedly has a Ph. D., but does he have in training in meterology or environmental science.”
“W. Stanley Jevons (1835 – 1882) contributed initially to meterology, logic, induction, and statistics while also making contributions to economics.”
“So while climatologists may not be doing meterology, they have to understand it to model it .”
“Your false premise is that there is something in nature called “meterology” and “climatology”.”
“Your false premise is that there is something in nature called meterology and climatology.”
“Huyt: track the progress of money for levee work funnelled through those interesting little things called “levee boards;” Your meterology, of course, is valid; but, Gatorat is adding some contributory factors.”
Looking for tweets for meterology.