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On the variability of near-surface screen temperature anomalies in the 20 March 2015 solar eclipse
  • M. Clark
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A…
  • 28 September 2016
Near-surface air temperature (NSAT) anomalies during the 20 March 2015 solar eclipse are investigated at 266 UK sites, using operational data. The high density of observing sites, together with theExpand
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A comparison of ratios and fractions and their roles as tools in proportional reasoning
Abstract In an attempt to develop our shared understanding of the relationship between ratios and fractions, we began a phenomenological study to gather evidence from teachers and textbooks and toExpand
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On the Mesoscale Structure of Surface Wind and Pressure Fields near Tornadic and Nontornadic Cold Fronts
AbstractObservations from a mesoscale network of automatic weather stations are analyzed for 15 U.K. cold fronts exhibiting narrow cold frontal rainbands (NCFRs). Seven of the NCFRs producedExpand
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A comparison of three Met Office wind observing systems
Results of a side-by-side comparison of wind speed, as measured by three Met Office observing systems, are presented. Mean wind speeds as measured by each system differed by < 1.0 knots (0.5 m s−1)Expand
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Fine‐scale analysis of a severe hailstorm using crowd‐sourced and conventional observations
We compared the home AWS data with radar data to assess their quality and provide insights into storm evolution and structure. Expand
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Using the Spectacled Bear as a Conservation Tool in the Condor Bioreserve, Ecuador
Abstract Conservation organizations in the Condor Bioreserve (CBR) in northern Ecuador use the spectacled bear (Tremarctos ornatus) as a surrogate species to focus conservation efforts. However, theExpand
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A damaging microburst and tornado near York on 3 August 2011
W ea th er – A ug us t 2 01 2, V ol . 6 7, N o. 8 Gl ob al an d re gi on al cl im at e i n 20 11 the late nineteenth century. J. Geophys. Res. (Atmospheres) 108(D14): 4407. doi:10.1029/2002JD002670Expand
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