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  • humid
  • Objectives This study aimed to determine thermoregulatory and cardiovascular responses as well as the occurrence of heat illness in children exercising outdoors in physical education class under hot and humid climate. (bmj.com)
  • Co-organised by the Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation (University of Melbourne, Australia) and Silpakorn University in Thailand under the APTCCARN (Asia Pacific Twentieth Century Conservation Art Network), the program brings international experts engaged with the conservation of material culture in hot, humid climates to this event in Thailand. (thaitextilesociety.org)
  • forests
  • However if there are robust features common to all models, and that link something that can be measured in the present day to a future issue of interest (here, the likelihood of global warming-induced damage to tropical forests), then this can be used to improve and constrain future prediction. (ceh.ac.uk)
  • behaviour
  • The program will include formal papers based on the APTCCARN research platforms and artist- conservator panel discussions presented in a Symposium context, together with practicum visits to the Art Centre, artists studios and artists paint manufacturers to engage participants in the issues informing material behaviour in tropical climates and their methods of production. (thaitextilesociety.org)
  • Centre
  • This method has the starting premise that all climate models (e.g. from different research centres, or the same centre but with alternative parameterisations) contain key information about particular future behaviours of the Earth system. (ceh.ac.uk)
  • researchers
  • The researchers used geochemical clues in fossils called foraminifera, tiny sea creatures with a hard shell, collected from a sediment core located off the northern coast of Venezuela, to generate a 22,000-year record of past ocean temperature and salinity changes in the upper 1,500 feet of water in the western tropical Atlantic. (eponline.com)
  • warmer
  • Hence the amount of modelled carbon release in warm El Nino years, for instance, is a strong indicator across climate models to their modelled "die-back" risk in a future generally warmer world. (ceh.ac.uk)
  • TCs are very likely being artificially prevented from intensifying in a warmer climate in the Knutson et al study because of this. (realclimate.org)
  • phenomena
  • The prevailing wisdom, according to Zhengyu Liu, lead author of the paper and director of UW-Madison's Center for Climatic Research, was that climate and weather phenomena at higher latitudes tended to be static, with no far-reaching influence. (innovations-report.com)
  • hurricanes
  • The balance of evidence points to increases in the numbers of intense tropical hurricanes (though hurricane frequency could decrease overall)," Å ekercioÄ lu and colleagues write. (redorbit.com)
  • This research provides evidence that hurricanes play an important role and may be one of the missing pieces in the climate modeling puzzle. (underwatertimes.com)
  • hugely
  • But the amount of carbon dioxide they absorb, or produce, varies hugely with year-to-year variations in the climate. (ceh.ac.uk)
  • conservation
  • The Conservation of Material Culture in Tropical Climates: 3rd APTCCARN Meeting (Asia Pacific Twentieth Century Conservation Art Network)' is a targeted forum for the dissemination and discussion of regionally relevant preservation solutions for Southeast Asia's vast cultural record. (thaitextilesociety.org)
  • Over three days the 3rd APTCCARN Meeting will address regionally relevant issues relating to the conservation of material culture where the ageing of artworks in tropical climates and individual artists choice of materials are the key factors influencing the preservation of vast collections of cultural heritage in tropical Southeast Asia. (thaitextilesociety.org)
  • vast
  • It has long been known that tropical climate - by redistributing vast amounts of solar energy through welling hot air and the formation of towering cumulous clouds - influences weather in other parts of the world. (innovations-report.com)
  • regions
  • Given that the average temperature of the earth is forecasted to rise, studying the effects on the human body from outdoor thermal environments in tropical regions is important for considering how to spend time outdoors in the future. (scirp.org)
  • Heat
  • While children are exercising outdoors in their physical education classes under tropical climate, their thermoregulation and cardiovascular functions may be affected, leading to development of heat-related illness. (bmj.com)
  • This study reports the physiological responses and the occurrence of heat illness in primary school children during outdoor activities in physical education class in a tropical climate. (bmj.com)
  • equator
  • At the same time, warm extratropical water is funneled into the subsurface oceanic tunnels and is carried to the equator where it upwells and warms the tropical ocean. (innovations-report.com)
  • This climate has a driest month which nearly always occurs at or soon after the "winter" solstice for that side of the equator. (wikipedia.org)
  • This is very important because it is well-known that to get El Ni o right in a climate model, the background mixing at the equator must be greatly reduced. (underwatertimes.com)
  • strongly
  • The interactions between climate, vegetation and fire can strongly influence the future trajectories of vegetation in Earth system models. (biogeosciences.net)
  • possibility
  • Areas with moderate thermal environments would transform into tropical areas, and there is a possibility that those areas will have smaller annual temperature differences. (scirp.org)
  • nations
  • 100-120°F). The present SAE 'W' classification, as applied to multi-grade oils, more than satisfies starting requirements in these climates but imposes unnecessary expense and limitations on the nations concerned. (sae.org)
  • past
  • Using the best, most comprehensive models in existence, we could not obtain results that matched this past climate that we know existed," Huber said. (underwatertimes.com)
  • often
  • Tropical rainforests are often called the "lungs of the planet" because they generally draw in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen. (ceh.ac.uk)
  • Journal
  • The two ice cores (or cylinders of ice) drilled from the Quelccaya hold 1,800 years of climate history, according to a study published today (April 4) in the journal Science Express. (yahoo.com)
  • models
  • In order to get a more realistic description of the TCs in coarsely resolved climate models, one needs howeveer to ' downscale ' the model results. (realclimate.org)
  • Climate models today use what is called 'background mixing' to solve this problem," he said. (underwatertimes.com)
  • The results of the study, being published in the May 31 issue of Nature, are consistent with providing all of the mixing necessary to match what is needed in climate models. (underwatertimes.com)
  • form
  • This temperature requirement, however, is only one of five that need to be met for a tropical cyclone to form and develop. (britannica.com)
  • thermal
  • It describes briefly the green roof construction: the establishment of support systems, drainage and waterproofing of surfaces, and placement of grass, along with the climate analysis used to compare the thermal performance of all roof systems. (hindawi.com)
  • This research aims to use the outdoor thermal environment evaluation index ETFe to quantify effects on the thermal sense of the human body of a tropical region climate with small annual temperature differences, and to examine seasonal differences in the thermal sense. (scirp.org)
  • better
  • In view of the better stability in tropical climates, similar cost, fewer side effects and comparative efficacy, parenteral oxytocin, rather than parenteral ergometrine, is the drug of choice in the prevention and treatment of postpartum haemorrhage. (who.int)
  • 7. There is as yet no real evidence that one type of tropical response is a better adaptation than the other. (ajtmh.org)
  • surface
  • The other preconditions relate to the state of the tropical atmosphere between the sea surface and a height of 16 km (about 10 miles), the boundary of the tropical troposphere . (britannica.com)
  • world
  • The use a 'seeding' method to randomly generate small vortices analogous to 'short wave' tropical disturbances in the real world (the tracks they take are defined in terms of the background atmospheric circulation of the model combined with the so-called 'self advection' of the TC itself). (realclimate.org)