194. Scores of experiments were done but none was successful.
195. There remains a world of observations to be processed.
196. Temperature decreases with elevation through the troposphere at a rate, normally, of about 0.6℃ for 100 m.
197 Surrounding the continental shorelines, for a distance of the order of 100 or 200 km, the water are relatively shallow, averaging some 200 m in depth.
198. The processes and circulations are instrumental in the formation of mesoscale pressure similar to those shown in Fig.1 .
199. The residual effects of the cloud clusters are generally ignored even though the area they cover is perhaps an order of magnitude larger than the convective region itself.
120. In troposcatter transmission it turns out that M is of the order of magnitude of 100 to 1000.
121. The value of R by may be in error by as much as 20%, as shown in the table.
122. Most deep ocean basins range in depth from about 4 to 6 kilometers, with some narrow trenches near Pacific Ocean Basin margins dropping to as low as 11 km below sea level.
123. But these motions are composed of a myriad of scales or groups of scales with time scales ranging from seasons to minutes.
124. Water vapor in the lower atmosphere can vary in amount from a mere trace in arid regions to about 4% by volume in moist areas.
125. As the waves from the Aleutian earthquake hit the Hawaiian Islands, they were driven ashore in a few places as a rapidly moving wall of water up to 6 meters high.
126. The rural mixing height growth rate was about twice as large as urban values for up to 3 h after sunrise.
127. Gusty winds may blow out of a thunderstorm at speed in excess of 75 miles an hour.
128. It appears that some ocean regions rarely produce waves much higher than 13 meters.
129. The length of hair changes by about 2.5% between 0 and 100% relative humidity.
130. The magnitude of g varies throughout the ocean from its mean value of approximately 981 cm?sec-2 by less than 0.3%.
131. Evaporation from sea water is about 5% less than from fresh water, other conditions being the same.
132. In summary, under zero till crop response to nitrogen levels in the spring was approximately twice as large compared to conventional till.
133. The temperature there may be 5 times higher in summer as compared to winter.
134. It was found that three times as much rain fell to the ground from seeded single clouds as from unseeded clouds.
135. Such soil can improve conductivity over threefold.
136. If the speed is doubled, keeping the radius constant, the centripetal force becomes four times as great.
137. Over the range of air temperature, the saturation vapor pressure fluctuates from less than 1/10 to over 100 millibars, or by a factor of 1000.
138. The advantage of the present scheme lies in a fivefold reduction in manpower.
139. If the distance between two objects is shortened twice, then the gravitational pull grows by a factor of 4.
140. Had we chosen D=2km as used in the data analysis in this study, the growth rate would have been a factor 2 smaller.
141. Often the distance between the rows is about twice their height.
142. A medium-thick shelterbelt can reduce wind velocity by more than 10 percent to a distance of 20 times the tree height on the leeward side and three times the height to the windward.
143. From the principle of work, the product of the resistance times its distance equals the product of the effort times its distance.
144. A calorie is defined as the quantity of heat required at one atmosphere to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water through 1℃, usually from 14.5 to 15.5℃.
145. The number of upper-air stations had been increased to 138 by the fall of 1980 over the area.
156. It may be quite useful to know that although a new algorithm is not optimal, it is within 12.3% of optimal at worst and 4.7% on average.
147. The standard meter fulfilled its duty perfectly, although its length has been found much later too short by 0.23mm with respect with the meridian.
148. In the sea water sampled the salinity is two parts per thousand.
149. Neon, a rare gas in the air, takes only fractional percentage point of the volume.
150. In a infinite and empty space the geomagnetic field falls off in strength with the third power of distance.
151. The measured time is rounded to the nearest whole minute.
152. Although the earth, nearly 93,000,000 miles distant, intercepts less than 1/2,000,000,000 part of the solar output, this fraction amounts continuously to 23,000,000,000,000 horsepower.
153. In this case latent heating and radiation cooling are comparable.