155. During the passage of a thunderstorm pressure has pronounced change.
156. Under conventional till, crop response to spring soil water content was considerably greater than under zero till.
156. Evidently some of these questions are rather too difficult to answer.
157. The circulation of the free atmosphere is predominantly zonal and only to a slight extent meridional.
158. These problems have been dealt with in considerable detail.
159. Surf height depends on the height and steepness of the waves offshore, and to a certain extent on the offshore bottom topography.
160. On the whole, marine organisms are cold-blooded, meaning that their internal temperatures are essentially uniform with the environment.
161. It is important to bear in mind that the extreme temperatures are largely independent of advection, for they develop mostly in rather stagnant air.
162. The eigenperiods, for the most part, are influenced by the mean winds in the lowest three scale heights.
163. His forecast of the event is found entirely successful.
164. In order to utilize heat to the best advantage, it is necessary to know the laws that govern heat transfer.
165. A 10% reduction of wind speed was observed, however, the reduction is well within the natural wind variability of the storm.
166. Large temperature and salinity changes occur in shallow, partially isolated coastal waters, a degree of variability well beyond anything observed in the open ocean.
167. These creatures travel in sea as fast as anything.
168. The idea here is to locate in the weather records conditions that are as analogous to the current conditions as possible.
169. Accordingly, the owners of these machines have wanted to get as much computation done as possible.
170. They needed high utilization to get as much as they could from their investment.
171. A radiosonde is free to rise to as great an elevation as possible.
172. The time series of temperature are expected to be the longest possible so as to examine various modes of oscillation periods.
173. That tsunami was so strong as to destroy a number of ships berthed and buildings ashore.
174. The temperature is so low that the greenhouse is to be heated to maintain the appropriate condition.
175. After some time of uninterrupted fall, the body is moving so rapidly that the drag of the air is as great as the weight of the body, so that there is no acceleration.
176. The plant is found at such altitude as to be within roughly 200 m distance of the snowline.
177. Even for the most simplified models there are such a vast number of calculations to be performed that they could only be used after the advent of high-speed computer.
178. Some of the air particles, particularly the atoms of the lighter gases, travel fast enough to escape from the air ocean.
179. The train is fast enough that we can cover the distance in less than one hour.
180. These regions seem too dry to be suitable for farming.
181. In figure 5, there is a total external fragmentation of 26K, a space that is too small for any request.
182. To a greater extent than was formerly thought to be the case the monsoons appear to be in the nature of various kinds and degrees of modification of the general planetary wind system.
183. When air is cooled to a point at which the air’s capacity to hold more water vapor is zero, saturation is reached.
184. The applications of electricity have grown to the extent where most of us lead ‘electrified’ lives.
185. The aim of the field experiment was to investigate to what extent such a system could prevent soil degradation resulting from very intensive crop rotations.
186. The sample temperature was controlled by a Chromel_Alumel thermocouple with a precision on the order of 0.1℃.
187. At present, even the actual line parameters of the individual absorption line can only be determined to within 10%. Hence, the values are not expected to be more accurate than 10%.
188. For the most part roads in the mountain area have a slope under 2 in 7.
189. The wind directed inward around the center makes angles of 20o to 40o with the isobars.
190. A mercurial barometer has a glass tube a little more than 30 inches long.
191. On the average the continental shelf is about 70 km wide. One much of the Pacific Coast it is relatively narrows, only a few tens of kilometers across.
192. During the course of a freezing season, sea ice may form at the surface up to thickness of 2 meters at the high latitudes.
193. In typical cases the zone is about 3000 ft in depth and 100 miles in width, with a slop of approximately 1/100.