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anomalous

a·nom·a·lous

(ă-nom'ă-lŭs)
Of abnormal quality.
[G. anōmalos, irregular]

anomalous

(ă-nom′ă-lŭs) [Gr. anomalos, uneven]
Deviating from or contrary to normal; irregular.
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In the month before the onset of a weak polar vortex event, sea level pressure over most of northwest Eurasia is anomalously high while sea level pressure over the Chukchi Sea, North America, and the northern Atlantic is anomalously low (Fig.
The unique coincidence of anomalously warm water during the stormy season of 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 could have provided a window of favorability for transport of these two year classes to the inner Salish Sea.
Appendiceal anomalies although rare include agenesis, duplication, triplication and anomalously located solitary appendix .
Knickpoint (reaches of anomalously steep gradient) evaluation was carried out for all the channels observed on the sea bed to further evaluate any major changes that occurred during the Holocene times, hence providing important information about the prevailing channel environments in the region.
In the 27th August "Lambouka-1 Interim Update" it was reported "losses of circulation fluids, an increase in background gas shows and an anomalously high resistivity on the Measurement While Drilling (MWD) electric logs" were encountered in the wells primary target, the Abiod Formation.
Currently, many checkpoints have entrances built in a serpentine configuration that slows approaching vehicles and causes them to sway, giving a hint as to whether they re anomalously loaded.
We had an El Nino episode in the early part of the year that's now faded but that has contributed to the warmth not only in equatorial Pacific but also contributed to anomalously warm global temperatures as well,' Lawrimore said.
We had an El Nino episode in the early part of the year that's now faded, but that has contributed to the warmth not only in equatorial Pacific but also contributed to anomalously warm global temperatures as well," Jay Lawrimore, the chief of climate analysis at the NOAA, said.
The extremely early-opening seasons are distinguished by anomalously high sea-level pressures, anomalously cold tropospheric air, and northwesterly surface winds during the November prior to the road opening.
The poses are contemporary, and most anomalously, "foreign objects" drop into these settings.
The dissipating El Nino, along with the expected anomalously warm Atlantic ocean sea surface temperatures, will lead to favorable dynamic and thermodynamic conditions for hurricane formation and intensification.