climatology


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cli·ma·tol·o·gy

(klī'mă-tol'ō-jē),
The study of climate.
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In 1980 and 1983 Arieh initiated and chaired their organizing committees for international conferences on urban climatology and climatic-related planning.
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Prof Peter Thorne, from the Department of Geography, said: "The huge amount of data which has not been digitised represents the great 'known unknowns' in climatology.
He noted that the Caspian Sea is very important in terms of environment and climatology and endorsement of the MoU by the five Caspian littoral states was much necessary.
A tremendous amount of detail has been packed into 147 pages, and Maslin succeeds in making climatology an approachable topic.
The American Society of Thermalism and Climatology (ASTC) on Oct.
I am delighted to announce that 38th World Congress of ISMH, the international scientific meeting of medical hydrology balneology and climatology will be taken place in Lanjaron-Granada Spain, 20-23 June 201.
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The sections based in climatology are effective, while the paragraphs on individual psychology are less insightful.
He is currently a full professor at the University of Ottawa, where he teaches courses in climatology, biogeography, and quantitative methods.