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  • noun Plural form of airflow.

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Examples

  • Although most of the UK experienced some moderate ground-level ozone during May, a return to Atlantic airflows and cooler weather prevented a repeat of Easter's pollution and provided some respite from the airborne particle problems that have plagued London and the south-east since mid-February.

    Pollutionwatch: the trail of an Icelandic volcano

  • They model the same phenomena (e.g. how energy moves around the planet via airflows in the atmosphere and currents in the ocean), using the same computational techniques (e.g., three dimensional models of fluid flow on a rotating sphere).

    Initial value vs. boundary value problems | Serendipity

  • Although most of the UK experienced some moderate ground-level ozone during May, a return to Atlantic airflows and cooler weather prevented a repeat of Easter's pollution and provided some respite from the airborne particle problems that have plagued London and the south-east since mid-February.

    Pollutionwatch: the trail of an Icelandic volcano

  • They model the same phenomena (e.g. how energy moves around the planet via airflows in the atmosphere and currents in the ocean), using the same computational techniques (e.g., three dimensional models of fluid flow on a rotating sphere).

    2010 January | Serendipity

  • They model the same phenomena (e.g. how energy moves around the planet via airflows in the atmosphere and currents in the ocean), using the same computational techniques (e.g., three dimensional models of fluid flow on a rotating sphere).

    2010 January 16 | Serendipity

  • Around volcano powerful upgoing airflows exist, and they can drag large particle up to several miles.

    Those computer models…

  • High albedos, cold surface conditions, and ice-sheet height apparently disrupted westerly airflows (or may possibly have maintained a stationary surface high-pressure cell with anticyclonic circulation), which promoted the penetration of dry, warm air from the southeast [59].

    Historical changes in freshwater ecosystems in the Arctic

  • During the Holocene, rapidly melting ice sheets presented a shrinking barrier to major airflows, and variations in insolation altered the spatial distribution of atmospheric heating [31].

    Historical changes in freshwater ecosystems in the Arctic

  • The Pacific Ocean southeastern monsoon affects the southeast less strongly, while frigid airflows from Qinghai and Tibet in the north, bring a cooler sub-humid climate to the north and northeast margins of the area.

    Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan Protected Areas, China

  • The new Pin-Fin thermal design breaks the "Boundary-layer" phenomenon for effective airflows and results in better overall thermal performance when compared with traditional stacked-fin heatpipe solutions.

    February 2008 - Fareastgizmos.com

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