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dec·a·me·ter

(dek'ă-mē'tĕr),
Ten meters.

decameter

(dĕk′ă-mē-tĕr) [Gr. deka, ten, + metron, measure]
A measure of 10 m; 393.71 in.
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Caption: Figure 2: Geopotential height (black solid contours, geopotential decameters), temperature (red dashed contours, [degrees]C), wind vectors at 950 hPa, and precipitable water content (shaded, kg [m.sup.-2]) at 12:00 on the 27th, (b) 18:00 on the 27th, and (c) 00:00 on the 28th.
(a) Storage capacity (in cubic decameters) of each reservoir is design capacity and does not represent the volume of water in the reservoirs during the study.
The Melody, for example, comes in 1.57, 2.07 and 2.57-meter versions, with capacities of 365.5, 498.5 and 631.5 cubic decameters. All use RR refrigerant.