atmospheric temperature

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atmospheric temperature

Development of a high temperature–atmospheric pressure environmental cell for high-resolution TEM

Negative effects of temperature and atmospheric depositions on the seed viability of common juniper (Juniperus communis)

An atmospheric general circulation model for Pluto with predictions for New Horizons temperature profiles

Interactive effects of preindustrial, current and future atmospheric CO2 concentrations and temperature on soil fungi associated with two Eucalyptus species

Interactive effects of soil temperature, atmospheric carbon dioxide and soil N on root development, biomass and nutrient uptake of winter wheat during vegetative growth

Drought increases heat tolerance of leaf respiration in Eucalyptus globulus saplings grown under both ambient and elevated atmospheric [CO2] and temperature

Effects of Temperature and Molecular Oxygen on the Use of Atmospheric Pressure Plasma as a Novel Method for Insect Control

UK conifer forests may be growing faster in response to increased N deposition, atmospheric CO2 and temperature

Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration, nitrogen availability, temperature and the photosynthetic capacity of current-year Norway spruce shoots

Seasonal patterns of photosynthetic light response in Douglas-fir seedlings subjected to elevated atmospheric CO2 and temperature

Temperature–pressure profile of the hot Jupiter HD 189733b from HST sodium observations: detection of upper atmospheric heating

Industrial-age changes in atmospheric [CO2] and temperature differentially alter responses of faster- and slower-growing Eucalyptus seedlings to short-term drought

Effects of soil temperature and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on gas exchange, in vivo carboxylation and chlorophyll fluorescence in jack pine and white birch seedlings

Effects of predicted future and current atmospheric temperature and [CO2] and high and low soil moisture on gas exchange and growth of Pinus taeda seedlings at cool and warm sites in the species range


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In the atmosphere, temperature is one of the most sensitive indicators of dynamical and physical processes. It is affected by interactions between the air and the land or ocean, by ...

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