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mean tem·per·a·ture

the average atmospheric temperature in any locality for a designated period of time, as a month or a year.

mean temperature

The average temperature for a stated period in a given locality.
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Statistically, stations labelled same (Mohe and Podkmi both have Label E) have high similarity in mean temperature (Figure 5b).
The highest mean temperature recorded in Wales was 16.1?C in 1995.
Provinces where all climatic parameters including mean temperature, relative humidity, and rainfall affected malaria incidence were found include the following: northern Thailand: in Chiang Mai in 2012 and Chiang Rai in 2013, 2014, and 2016; northeastern Thailand: in Ubon Ratchathani and Si Sa Ket in 2014 and 2017; western Thailand: in Kanchanaburi in 2014 and Ratchaburi in 2016; eastern Thailand: in Trat in 2012 and Chanthaburi in 2013; central Thailand: in Bangkok in 2016; and southern Thailand: in Satun in 2013.
The annual average mean temperature of the Bikaner centre in the studied 30 years i.e., 1980-2009 has been 25.9[degrees]C.
In order to understand whether the associations between TV and mortality are different by climate (for example, whether warm/cold locations have higher effect estimates for TV-mortality associations than cold/warm locations), we divided 372 communities into four groups (cold, moderate cold, moderate hot, and hot areas) by the quantiles ([less than or equal to] 25th, 25th-50th, 50th-75th, and > 75th) of their annual mean temperatures during the study period (each community had one value for annual mean temperature) (see Figure S1).
For example, the simulated mean temperature may be a critical issue in regions where phase transitions between water and ice are common, for example, in the presence of sea ice (e.g., Wang and Overland 2009; Mahlstein and Knutti 2012) or permafrost.
The ALA includes 562 occurrence records and the main area of natural distribution occupies environments with annual mean temperature ranging from about 12.0[degrees]C to 18.0[degrees]C and annual mean precipitation from about 750 mm to almost 1700 mm (see Figure 2).
Southern and western Queensland and most of Western Australia experienced annual mean temperatures for the duration of 2014.
Nine out of the 10 months this year have seen aboveaverage mean temperatures, with only August having been below average."
"The vast majority of ecological studies examining temperature-dependent effects consider mean temperature alone," said Justine Blanford.
The mean temperature for the month was 18.8C, 1.8C above usual, the statement said.