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*  Ground-coupled heat exchanger
The closed loop system can be more effective (during air temperature extremes) than an open system, since it cools and recools ... A ground-coupled heat exchanger is an underground heat exchanger that can capture heat from and/or dissipate heat to the ground ... Ground-coupled heat exchanger may also use water or antifreeze as a heat transfer fluid, often in conjunction with a geothermal ... Earth-air heat exchangers appear best suited for air pretreatment rather than for full heating or cooling. Pretreatment of air ...
*  Weatherstripping
Sunroof weatherstripping can also be made from silicone due to the extreme heat encountered by automobile roofs. The efficacy ... A secondary goal of weatherstripping is to keep interior air in, thus saving energy on heating and air conditioning. Automotive ... endure extreme temperatures of hot and cold; withstand long periods of sun exposure; and resist automotive liquids such as oil ...
*  Australian Open extreme heat policy
After the extreme heat policy was invoked in consecutive years in 2006 and 2007, the policy was again changed starting in 2008 ... The Extreme Heat Policy is a rule pertaining to the Australian Open (tennis). It was introduced in 1998 after consultation with ... "Australian Open slammed for 'inhumane' conditions in extreme heat". Guardian. 15 January 2014. Retrieved 15 January 2014. "As ... The extreme heat policy came under criticism during the 2014 Australian Open after ballboys, attendants in the stands, and ...
*  Bin Roye
"Haunted house? Extreme heat? - 6 things you didn't know about Bin Roye". "Humayun Saeed and Mahira fall flat in Bin Roye's ...
*  Wind
"Exoplanet Sees Extreme Heat Waves". Space.com. 28 January 2009. Current map of global surface winds. ... Over elevated surfaces, heating of the ground exceeds the heating of the surrounding air at the same altitude above sea level, ... As the temperature of the surface of the land rises, the land heats the air above it by conduction. The warm air is less dense ... Wind occurs on a range of scales, from thunderstorm flows lasting tens of minutes, to local breezes generated by heating of ...
*  2010 Russian wildfires
"Bermuda eyes a weak Colin; new extreme heat record for Belarus". Weather Underground. Archived from the original on 20 August ... The Russian Heat Wave of 2010, NOAA Natural Variability Main Culprit of Deadly Russian Heat Wave That Killed Thousands, NOAA - ... The heat wave is believed to have been unprecedented in Russian history, and killed 55,736 people, according to the Centre for ... Munich Re estimated that in all, 56,000 people died from the effects of the smog and the heat wave. The 2010 wildfires were the ...
*  Black Saturday bushfires
Karoly, David (16 February 2009). "Bushfires and extreme heat in southeast Australia". Real Climate. Retrieved 17 February 2009 ... On 6 February 2009-the day before the fires started-the Premier of Victoria John Brumby issued a warning about the extreme ... Three million SMS messages warning of extreme fire danger conditions were sent by the mobile phone companies, on behalf of ... The fire was fanned by extreme northwesterly winds, and travelled 50 km (31 mi) southeast in a narrow fire front through ...
*  Concrete
Extreme weather conditions (extreme heat or cold; windy condition, and humidity variations) can significantly alter the quality ... Concrete as a fire shield, for example Fondu fyre, can also be used in extreme environments like a missile launch pad. Options ... Portland cement and similar materials are made by heating limestone (a source of calcium) with clay or shale (a source of ... Concrete is a contributor to the urban heat island effect, though less so than asphalt. Workers who cut, grind or polish ...
*  Global warming hiatus
Chung, Emily (26 February 2014). "No global warming 'hiatus' for extreme heat days". CBC News. Retrieved 26 February 2014. " ... heat continues to be trapped in the Earth system, mostly as increased ocean heat content. About 93 percent of the excess heat ... A study published in December 2014 found that it is likely that a significant cause of the hiatus was increased heat uptake ... These said other indicators continued to show warming, at least part of the pause related to heat being exchanged into deep ...
*  Climate of Pakistan
"Pakmet.com.pk :Extreme Heat wave in Pakistan". Pakmet.com.pk. Archived from the original on 18 February 2011. Retrieved 6 ... Heat waves occur during May and June, especially in southern Punjab, central Balochistan and interior Sindh. Thunderstorms most ... The weather extremes in Pakistan include high and low temperatures, heaviest rainfall and flooding. The highest temperature ... Monsoon rains bring much awaited relief from the scorching summer heat. These monsoon rains are quite heavy by nature and can ...
*  Sana'a
The city seldom experiences extreme heat or cold. However, some areas around the city can see temperatures fall to around −9 °C ...
*  Jon Grunseth
van Berkel, Lody (January 28, 2008). "Many Australian cherry growers caught by extreme heat". Fresh Plaza. ...
*  Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome
Exposure to extreme heat may also aggravate symptoms. Prolonged physical inactivity can worsen the symptoms of POTS. Techniques ... Symptoms may be exacerbated with prolonged sitting, prolonged standing, alcohol, heat, exercise, or eating a large meal. In up ... Testing the cardiovascular response to prolonged head-up tilting, exercise, eating, and heat stress may help determine the best ...
*  Climate of Sindh
"Pakmet.com.pk :Extreme Heat wave in pakistan". Pakmet.com.pk. Archived from the original on 2 September 2010. Retrieved 6 ... Climate of Karachi Climate of Pakistan Climate of Hyderabad Climate of Nawabshah List of extreme weather records in Pakistan " ...
*  Carrollton, Texas
"Extreme Heat in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, USA , Global Warming Effects". www.climatehotmap.org. Retrieved 2017-01-29. "Population ...
*  Sonia I. Seneviratne
"No global warming 'hiatus' for extreme heat days". CBC News. Retrieved 2015-10-29. https://sites.agu.org/leadership/committees/ ...
*  Humid continental climate
... short periods of extreme heat are not uncommon. Northern Japan has a similar climate. In the Southern Hemisphere it exists in ... Heat spells lasting over a week are rare. Winters are brisk and cold. The cool summer version of the humid continental climate ... More extreme humid continental climates found in southern Siberia and the American Midwest combine hotter summer maxima and ...
*  Acts of God (James BeauSeigneur novel)
By midweek the extreme heat was taking its toll. People died in the heat. In Antarctica settlements fell under the ice, and ... He warned Bert that extreme heat was coming, and he should do the same for his home so his family wouldn't suffer. Bert took ... From where Milner stood, a cool breeze issued forth, and within a day, the heat was back to normal. With normal temperatures ... A week after the heat subsided, a dark murky substance engulfed the entire planet, with the exception of Petra and ...
*  Linen
It was also worn as clothing on a daily basis; white linen was worn because of the extreme heat. The use of linen for priestly ...
*  2013 New South Wales bushfires
"NSW fire crews brace for extreme heat and wind". Radio New Zealand. 22 October 2013. Retrieved 24 October 2013. "Little relief ... An extreme fire danger warning was forecast for the Greater Hunter and Greater Sydney regions; and a severe fire danger warning ... "Extreme fire danger for parts of NSW - prepare now" (PDF) (Press release). New South Wales Rural Fire Service. 9 October 2013. ... But what is absolutely clear is the science is telling us that there are increasing heat waves in Asia, Europe, and Australia; ...
*  2014 Australian Open - Day-by-day summaries
"Australian Open slammed for 'inhumane' conditions in extreme heat". Guardian. 15 January 2014. Retrieved 15 January 2014. "As ... players and ballboys collapse in 42C Australian heat, Murray sticks up for stricken stars who blast... it's so cruel!". Daily ...
*  Laver-Rosewall rivalry
Because of extreme heat, they changed to plexipave hardcourt. Conner, Floyd (2002). Tennis's Most Wanted : the top 10 book of ...
*  Geography of Ontario
Extreme heat and cold usually occur for short periods. It is considered a temperate climate when compared with the remainder of ... Thunderstorms form from daytime convective heating and frontal activity; in the south, lake breeze convergences also intensify ...
*  Amos Tirop Matui
Butcher, Pat (2005-12-04). Singapore course records fall in extreme heat and humidity. IAAF (2010-10-16). Retrieved on 2010-10- ... Butcher, Pat (2006-12-03). Heat and humidity, no bars to Kosgei's solo record breaking run. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-10-16. ...
*  Sydney
... experiences an urban heat island effect. This makes certain parts of the city more vulnerable to extreme heat, including ... "Sydney area an 'urban heat island' vulnerable to extreme temperatures". The Sydney Morning Herald. 14 January 2016. Retrieved ... "Special Climate Statement 43 - extreme heat in January 2013" (PDF). Bureau of Meteorology. 1 February 2013. Retrieved 2 ... The weather is moderated by proximity to the ocean, and more extreme temperatures are recorded in the inland western suburbs. ...
*  New Melones Dam
The controversy over New Melones Dam was one of the most heated environmental disputes in the U.S. at the time. The dam was ... The protestors employed a variety of methods, some extreme, to prevent the filling of New Melones Lake until 1983, when record- ...
*  Angry Summer
"Special Climate Satement 43- extreme heat in January 2013" (PDF). BOM Special Climate Statements. Bureau of Meteorology. 1 ... Off the Charts: Extreme Australian summer heat. Climate Commission.. ... 70% of Australia was affected by the heat wave which developed after a persistent pool of hot air sat over the centre of the ... The heatwave was a major news event and the Australian media wrote over 800 articles about the heat-wave, however only 10% of ...