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- noun uncountable The state of
recurringat regular intervals; of being cyclic.
- noun countable An instance of cyclic behaviour.
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- noun the quality of recurring at regular intervals
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Although the mechanism of how monsoon drives oceanic carbon cycle remains unclear, the monsoon-related long-term cyclicity should not be overlooked in carbon-cycle modeling for long-term climate prediction.
Monsoon is a global system, and many arrays of evidence indicate that it drives long-term cyclicity of the carbon reservoir in the global ocean.
Such cyclicity is a feature of several other recent speculative cosmological models, including some in which the Big Bang is just one of a sequence of collisions among multidimensional membranes or "branes."
Many Asian traditions emphasise cyclicity, rather than linear temporal change, for example.
Note also that Kuhlmann conflates an irreducible group representation with a cyclic representation; irreducibility is not the same thing as cyclicity.
Causes of cyclicity of '' Epirrita autumnata '' (Lepidoptera, Geometridae): grandiose theory and tedious practice.
In long qualitative time series (up to 100 years), periods with loss of cyclicity and synchrony are evident , but it is unclear whether this is related to fluctuations in climate.
The autumnal moth (Epirrita autumnata) shows cyclicity in its populations and outbreak proportions occur approximately every 10 to 11 years.
Pliocene-Pleistocene ice rafting history and cyclicity in the Nordic Seas during the last 3.5 Myr.
Thus it represents the cyclicity of time and the lunar cycle in particular, which both Jewish and other traditions identify with the female.