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- adj. Of or pertaining to meteorology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to weather; atmospheric; specifically, of or pertaining to the science of meteorology.
- A table for correcting or reducing meteorological observations.
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- adj. of or pertaining to atmospheric phenomena, especially weather and weather conditions
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This is something that's known in meteorological science as wind set-down.
The principal objective of the long-term meteorological monitoring program for the NIWB NERR is to observe any environmental changes or trends over time.
That way we can avoid cluttering ClimateAudit with short-term meteorological commentary.
Both long-term meteorological factors (climate) and short-term meteorological events (weather) affect crop growth, development, and production.
One woman with a degree in meteorological engineering gives this account of her career:
The aircraft was not equipped to fly on instruments in meteorological conditions.
How the Captain translated to the Eskimos the word meteorological we have never been able to ascertain.
The extreme cold in Europe - and the balminess in the U.S. - should serve as a reminder that as powerful as climate change is, our daily weather is tends to be driven by short-term meteorological phenomena.
Short-term meteorological data and tree growth rings have also been used to supplement the records of ceremonies.
Whether the word translated _shepherd_ be _pasteur_ or not, I cannot say, as I have not either of the works he alludes to; but certain it is that the Rev.Mr. Farquharson, _minister_ of Alford, only recently deceased, was well known as a meteorological observer; and it is to him, doubtless, that Professor