Barometric Pressure

  • (noun): Atmospheric pressure as indicated by a barometer.

Some articles on barometric pressure, pressure, barometric:

Deep Sea Creature - Barometric Pressure
... These animals have evolved to survive the extreme pressure of the sub-photic zones ... The pressure increases by about one bar every ten meters ... To cope with the pressure, many fish are rather small, usually not exceeding 25 cm in length ...
Cyclone Olaf - Meteorological History
... The tropical wave, then spawned two areas of low pressure, one of which became Tropical Depression 08F ... On February 15, the barometric pressure fell to 930 mbar as Olaf reached Category 4 status ... Olaf reached a peak intensity of 165 mph with a barometric pressure of 915 millibars ...
Coherence (signal Processing) - Example
... It is also clear that the barometric pressure has an effect on both the ocean water levels and groundwater levels ... For example, it is clear that the atmospheric barometric pressure induces a variation in both the ocean water levels and the groundwater levels, but the barometric ...
Examples of Secondary Flows - Wind Near Ground Level - Tropical Cyclones
... with Bernoulli's principle where the wind speed is fastest the barometric pressure is lowest ... Consequently, near the center of the cyclone the barometric pressure is very low ... There is a strong pressure gradient across the isobars toward the center of the cyclone ...
Typhoon Rose (1971) - Impact
... While Typhoon Rose was still at sea, a ship reported winds of 100 mph and a barometric pressure of 953 millibars ... Another ship reported a barometric pressure of 952 millibars seven miles away from the eye ... Weather stations in the Philippines reported 80 mph winds and a barometric pressure reading of 986 millibars but there were no reports of damage or deaths when the typhoon made ...

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