precipitable


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pre·cip·i·ta·ble

(prē-sip'i-tă-bĕl),
Capable of being precipitated.

pre·cip·i·ta·ble

(prē-sip'i-tă-bĕl)
Capable of being precipitated.
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In addition to the observed data, recent weather files such as the IWEC, TMY2, and TMY3 also derive other climatic parameters such as the extraterrestrial solar radiation, illuminance, aerosol optical depth, surface albedo, and precipitable moisture.
The time varying atmospheric characteristics observed from each ground-based GPS receiver can be transformed through a linear empirical relationship implying only an integrated weighted mean temperature of the atmosphere (Tm); Precipitable Water Vapour (PWV).
Matrosov, "Analysis of integrated cloud liquid and precipitable water vapor retrievals from microwave radiometers during the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean project," Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.
The scattering of solar radiation by water molecules is a function of the amount of precipitable water (i.
De acuerdo con los modelos climaticos globales, un incremento de 1[grados]C en la temperatura incrementaria el agua precipitable en aproximadamente 7% y el promedio de lluvia en 2% [13], con tendencia en las regiones humedas a ser mas humedas y en las secas a ser mas secas [14].
1999) showed that precipitable water (PW) anomalies were an important characteristic in identifying heavy rainfall events during the great Midwest floods of 1993 (e.
5,6) Its disadvantage is that variations in solar ultraviolet type B (UVB) due to changes in the thickness of the ozone layer, daily variations in cloud cover, rain, aerosol content of the air, precipitable water and season are not accounted for.
Use of precipitable TMB is possible because the instrument allows flow rate to be modified, even to 0, on the basis of experimental needs, and the internal size of the flow tubing is wide enough for the precipitates to pass through.
Air Temperature Cloud Amount/Frequency Geopotential Height Humidity Land Cover Maximum/Minimum Temperature Precipitable Water Sea Surface Temperature Soil Moisture/Water Surface Air Temperature Content Tropospheric Ozone Upper Level Winds Wind Shear Air Temperature Cloud Liquid Water/Ice Geopotential Height Hydrostatic Pressure Land Cover Planetary Boundary Layer Height Precipitable Water Skin Temperature Soil Moisture/Water Surface Pressure Content Tropospheric Ozone Vertical Wind Motion Wind Shear Air Temperature Convection Geopotential Height Ice Extent Land Cover Potential Temperature Precipitable Water Snow Water Equivalent Soil Moisture/Water Surface Winds Content Tropospheric Ozone Vorticity Wind Shear
5g of lignocellulose or APPL 9 (Acid Precipitable polymeric lignin) was taken in a 500ml flask and added with 10ml of concentrated Sulphuric Acid and it was kept as such for one hour with occasional stirring.
Transforming the obtained zenith wet delays into precipitable water vapour may now be done if the weighted mean temperature of the atmosphere is known ([T.