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  • n. Plural form of timescale.

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Examples

  • The sun may have a dimmer switch at its core that causes its brightness to oscillate in timescales of around 100,000 years -- exactly the same period between ice ages on Earth.

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  • So on long term timescales, it does look like increasing complexity.

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  • But it's a sufficiently large announcement that we've been told bpt hand-deliver letters to soldiers that day and in short timescales, so they want to quosh the rumours and get accurate information out quickly.

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  • The single site solution has been delivered within short timescales to meet Ofwat's business requirements.

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  • Developing innovative low-carbon technologies in short timescales will need massive investment in many technologies and products.

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  • (a) shows predicted global temperatures when processes that adjust on relatively short-term timescales (for example sea-ice, clouds, and water vapour) are included in the model

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  • The temperature response of the Earth (in degrees C) to an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide from pre-industrial levels (280 parts per million by volume) to higher levels (400 parts per million by volume). (a) shows predicted global temperatures when processes that adjust on relatively short-term timescales (for example sea-ice, clouds, and water vapour) are included in the model, (b) includes additional long-tem processes that adjust on relatively long timescales (vegetation and land-ice).

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  • When implemented with our training programme for managers and team leaders to use this intelligence, we guarantee improvements in operational results in short timescales. eg's proprietary software package eg operational intelligence® including eg work manager® has been developed and refined over the last 18 years and form a comprehensive work, resource and performance reporting tool.

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  • When applied to the simulation of tree-ring data from North America and Russia from the Mann et al. (1998) and Vaganov et al. (2004) data sets, the forward model produces skill on annual and decadal timescales which is equal or better than that achieved using classical linear statistical modeling.

    Bunn et al. [2005] – 20th century tree growth in the Sierra Nevadas « Climate Audit

  • In the world of agile software delivery, requirements are raised, changed, and reprioritized in much shorter timescales, meaning the functionality must be delivered in less time, but must still be fully tested to ensure that it continues to meet the needs of end users and the business.

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