from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The study of weather conditions on a small scale, as in the area immediately around a building, smokestack, or mountain.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The portion of meteorology dealing with the observation and explanation of smallscale weather and weather forecasting for a local area up to several kilometers in diameter.
I canceled my membership in 2006 when I realized that someone was named AGU fellow who has published a lot of scientific nonsense all papers were peer-reviewed in the field of micrometeorology during the last five years.
Currently, I am finishing a textbook on micrometeorology.
Station micrometeorology produces complex effects on surface temperatures, however, and, as we show in this paper, attempting to correct the errors with existing adjustment methods artificially forces toward regional representativeness and cannot be expected to recover all of the trend information that would have been obtained locally from a well-sited station.
The first volume, as the introductional chapter states, deals with the main contributions of micrometeorology to ecology in terms of a matrix where mechanisms, processes and states are used against air, plants and soil.
He could well believe that the brilliant Dr. Choam Goldberg had revolutionised micrometeorology, that no-one had really understood all that he was doing, and that he had finally had some kind of a nervous breakdown while conducting his experiments.