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microclimatology

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  • noun The branch of climatology that studies microclimates

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  • Future interdisciplinary work will continue to focus on hydrologic processes, microclimatology, and biophysical response mechanisms related to alterations of hydrologic regimes, and the intricate ecosystem processes at the interface between terrestrial, aquatic, and social systems.

    Contributor: Jason A. Hubbart

  • It is emphasized that urban climatology during this period has benefited from conceptual advances made in microclimatology and boundary-layer climatology in general.

    Parker 2006: An Urban Myth? « Climate Audit

  • "Improved monitoring of peanut crops could one day help growers have a healthier crop through improved irrigation practices and pinpoint application of fungicides," said Stephan Maas, a Texas Tech professor of agricultural microclimatology with joint appointment with Texas AgriLife Research.

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  • "Improved monitoring of peanut crops could one day help growers have a healthier crop through improved irrigation practices and pinpoint application of fungicides," said Stephan Maas, a Texas Tech professor of agricultural microclimatology with joint appointment with Texas AgriLife Research.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • "Improved monitoring of peanut crops could one day help growers have a healthier crop through improved irrigation practices and pinpoint application of fungicides," said Stephan Maas, a Texas Tech professor of agricultural microclimatology with joint appointment with Texas AgriLife Research.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • "Improved monitoring of peanut crops could one day help growers have a healthier crop through improved irrigation practices and pinpoint application of fungicides," said Stephan Maas, a Texas Tech professor of agricultural microclimatology with joint appointment with Texas AgriLife Research.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • "Improved monitoring of peanut crops could one day help growers have a healthier crop through improved irrigation practices and pinpoint application of fungicides," said Stephan Maas, a Texas Tech professor of agricultural microclimatology with joint appointment with Texas AgriLife Research.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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