baroclinity

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noun bar·o·clin·i·ty \ˌber-ə-ˈkli-nə-tē, ˌba-rə-\

Definition of baroclinity

meteorology

  1. :  baroclinicity It is well known that low-level baroclinity can have an important influence on convective storm dynamics. — Paul M. Markowski and Jerry Y. Harrington, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, July 2005

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Origin and Etymology of baroclinity

baroclin(ic) + -ity


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