Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Plural form of iberulite.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • (Spain), directed by Rafael Delgado, have discovered and characterized a new type of atmospheric aerosols named 'iberulites', which could be useful for the study of relevant atmospheric reactions from Earth.

    Scientific Blogging

  • 'iberulites', which could be useful for the study of relevant atmospheric reactions from Earth.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • José Luis Díaz Hernández and Jesús Párraga Martínez, two of the researchers who discovered the iberulites, said that the tiny bits of rock come from certain types of minerals in the soil.

    Softpedia News - Global

  • In this research work, which has taken six years, they have fully revealed the mechanisms for the formation of iberulites (annotating the maximum and minimum size); on the other hand, they could be useful as environmental or paleoclimatic markers, or to change the models of radioactive transference in the atmosphere.

    Scientific Blogging

  • Finally, the scientists conclude their work stating that the iberulites "are the tangible evidence of the hydrodynamic theory applied to the interactions of water drops and dust particles, which give raise to morphologies with a vortex, which had been confined and explained up to now in laboratory studies".

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • Due to various complex chemical processes they undergo when they are in the atmosphere, the iberulites fertilize the soil wherever they land and also contribute to the development of plankton in seas and oceans around their area of influence.

    Softpedia News - Global

  • The images of the iberulites taken with electronic microscopy, carried out in the Centre for Scientific Instrumentation of the UGR, are quite novel and give evidence of it.

    Scientific Blogging

  • Food, and Ecological Production Training Institute and Jesús Párraga Martínez, of the Department of Edaphology and Farming Chemistry of the University of Granada, have insisted that such iberulites form in the troposphere from mineral small grains emitted from desert soils and bordering regions, burst into the atmosphere in a chaotic way, collect water vapour which becomes condensed and make up little rain drops.

    Scientific Blogging

  • Finally, the scientists conclude their work stating that the iberulites "are the tangible evidence of the hydrodynamic theory applied to the interactions of water drops and dust particles, which give raise to morphologies with a vortex, which had been confined and explained up to now in laboratory studies."

    Scientific Blogging

  • The ironic thing about iberulites is that, while they keep Sahara dry, they also travel very long distances, carried away by air drafts.

    Softpedia News - Global

Comments

New comments are temporarily disabled while we update our database.