Traducción de meteorology en Español:


meteorología, n.

Pronunciación /ˌmidiəˈrɑlədʒi//ˌmiːtɪəˈrɒlədʒi/


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    meteorología femenino
    • He did not restrict himself to studying mathematics, however, for he studied other topics such as astronomy, meteorology and chemistry.
    • The larger theories of geology, astronomy, oceanology, meteorology, ecology, biology, and even physics do not lend themselves to repeatable experiments.
    • Evolutionary theory is no more tied to metaphysical naturalism or atheism than is meteorology or medical science.
    • Reye's early interest in mathematical physics and meteorology turned to an interest in geometry even while he held the lectureship in mathematical physics at Zurich.
    • In this respect, hydrological science and meteorology are still far from being able to predict, before the rains come, which thunderstorms will turn out to be the worst killers.
    • Professional forecasters have usually been to university to study meteorology, where for three years they learn a wide-ranging and detailed study of the physical and dynamical processes that occur in the atmosphere.
    • There are numerous excursions in scientific realms of chemistry, biology, meteorology, computer science, and most of all mathematics and philosophy.
    • While meteorology is a science complicated by chaotic weather patterns, statistics on the tumultuous developments illustrate a definite trend in the past decades.
    • It will investigate global atmospheric circulation dynamics, meteorology and chemistry.
    • His interests went outside mathematics and he sometimes lectured on astronomy, meteorology and biology where he had a special interest in birds.
    • For more than 60 years, weather balloons have been the foundation of global meteorology as they provide atmospheric data to weather stations.
    • The Other Physical Sciences category includes geology, geography, hydrology, statistics, meteorology, and physics.
    • He wrote about meteorology, biology, physics, poetry, logic, rhetoric, and politics and ethics, among other subjects.
    • Understanding factors that affect canopy photosynthesis would contribute to agriculture, ecology, meteorology, and global science.
    • Against these arguments, I have seen positivists argue (rightly, I believe) that such observations would also ‘prove’ that meteorology or astronomy is not a science.
    • Moving from meteorology as straight science to weather as journalism means more.
    • Such research includes studies in climatology, atmospheric science, meteorology, geology and geophysics, ecology, and oceanography, just to name a few.
    • As with most other kinds of physical science, more men than women work in meteorology, but the number of women is growing.
    • But the science of meteorology, a term that dates back to Aristotle's first musings on the subject, did not really begin to make significant advances until the 18th century.
    • Neil has used the same teaching method for his classes in meteorology and environmental science at Lincoln.