1 edition of Biometeorological Survey found in the catalog.
March 1979 by John Wiley & Sons .
Written in English
|Contributions||J. J. Bouma (Editor), Solco W. Tromp (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||257|
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Get this from a library. Biometeorological survey. [S W Tromp; Janneke J Bouma;] -- This two part volume gives an overview of the period Part A presents 27 research reviews on the effect of weather and climate and humans while Part B contains 16 papers on he effects on.
book reviews Biometeorological Survey, Volume 1, Park B: Animal Bi-ometeorology. Edited by S. Tromp and J. Bouma, pages. $ Biometeorological Methods provides a unified look at methodologies in biometeorology. Examples of biometeorological studies have been chosen not because the results are necessarily significant but because the method is instructive.
The book begins with a brief survey of biometeorology to orient the reader approaching the subject for the first time.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Biometeorological survey, London ; Philadelphia: Heyden, (OCoLC) Document Type. book reviews Biometeorological Survey, Volume 1, Part A: Human Biometeorology. Edited by S. Tromp and J. Bouma. pages. Biometeorological Survey Volume 1, Parts A and B: (2 Volume Set) Author: Tromp, S.
W.; Bouma, Janneke J. Publisher: Heyden ISBN: Binding: Cloth Book Condition: Near Fine Jacket Condition: No Jacket Two volume set, Parts A and B. pp/ Rating: % positive. Examples of relevant processes. Weather events influence biological processes on short time scales.
For instance, as the Sun rises above the horizon in the morning, light levels become sufficient for the process of photosynthesis to take place in plant on, during the day, air temperature and humidity may induce the partial or total closure of the stomata, a typical response of.
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Tromp, Janneke J. Bouma Pages, Published ISBNISBN: Biometeorological Methods provides a unified look at methodologies in biometeorology. Examples of biometeorological studies have been chosen not because the results are necessarily significant but because the method is instructive.
The book begins with a brief survey of biometeorology to orient the reader approaching the subject for the first Edition: 1. The survey included questions on demographics and personal information, physiological parameters, microclimatic sensation and preference, as well as expectation and behavioral aspects.
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Editors Peter Marsden (Harvard University) and James D. Wright Reviews: 2. The physiological equivalent temperature - a universal index for the biometeorological assessment of the thermal environment. Höppe P(1). Author information: (1)Institute and Outpatient Clinic for Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Ziemssenstr.
1, D Cited by: Biometeorological Assessment of Mortality Related to Extreme Temperatures in Helsinki Region, Finland, –pdf Available via license: CC BY Content may be subject to copyright. The paper aims to represent and scale biometeorological sensations through a thermal index which comprises the effects of temperature, humidity and wind.
The cooling power of a measured combination of wind speed and air temperature is equated with that due to the combination of a reference wind speed (related to the air movement experienced by a person walking in still air), and a derived.
Hydrogeological Surveying the set of field investigations carried out for the purpose of compiling hydro-geological maps and evaluating the overall hydrogeological conditions of an area.
In the process of hydrogeological surveying studies are made of the rocks forming water-bearing levels, complexes, and zones, the filtering properties of these rocks.
The goal of this study is the analysis of heat waves and their impact on humans, using human biometeorological indices, which are based on the energy balance of the human body. The implications for humans are not only described through the intensity of the heat waves, but also through their duration over consecutive by: The relationship between heat stress and mortality in the federal state of Vienna (Austria) was analyzed from to Long-term trends of mortality data and short-term adaptation to heat stress were considered by two complex approaches.
The evaluation is based on the human biometeorological parameter, physiologically equivalent by: Biometeorological Survey Animal biometeorology by S. Tromp, Janneke J. Bouma Pages, Published ISBNISBN: Biometeorology (1st Edition) (Heyden international topics in science) by Selco W.
Tromp, Solco Walle Tromp, Tromp Sw Hardcover, Pages, Published by Heyden & Son ISBN biometeorological conditions than those of Athens. Fir and chestnut tree forest in MNC seems to be more beneficial than riverside plant species by Evinos river for summer tourist activities. The Archaeological Survey Manual - Kindle edition by White, Gregory G, King, Thomas F.
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Define micrometeorological. micrometeorological synonyms, micrometeorological pronunciation, micrometeorological translation, English dictionary definition of micrometeorological. The study of weather conditions on a small scale, as in the area immediately around a building, smokestack, or mountain.
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Sort by. Items per page: «1; 2» Show all. Biometeorology has its linguistic origins in Greek; bio refers to life while meteoros makes reference to the study of phenomena near and above the earth’s surface.
These are the essential elements of biometeorology, such that it is concerned with the interaction between living organisms and variations in atmospheric processes at a range of time and space its emergence as a. Schnitzler, H.
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Estimation of human-biometeorological conditions in south west Germany for the assessment of mitigation and adaptation potential Dominik Froehlich1 and Andreas Matzarakis2 1 Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg, D Freiburg, Germany, [email protected] In S.W.
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Biometeorological classification of daily weather types for the humid tropics. Lecha Estela LB(1). This paper describes the methodology for an objective classification of weather types for biometeorological purposes in a tropical-humid climate, such as the Cuban climate.
The classification considers the daily behavior of extreme air Cited by: Praise for the First Edition: "The book makes a valuable contribution by synthesizing current research and identifying areas for future investigation for each aspect of the survey process." —Journal of the American Statistical Association "Overall, the high quality of the text material is matched by the quality of writing" —Public Opinion Quarterly " it should find an audience.
Comprehensive and thoughtful. Those two words beautifully describe this terrific book. Internet surveys will be at the centre of survey research for many decades to come, and this book is a must-read handbook for anyone serious about doing online surveys well or using data from such surveys.
A landscape is part of our daily lives and our perception of its features may significantly impact our quality of life. This article presents the results of research aimed at determining the influence of biometeorological conditions on the way in which we perceive the landscape.
An eye tracker was used throughout each season of the year to determine how 52 respondents observed the landscape Author: Marek Półrolniczak, Ilona Potocka, Leszek Kolendowicz, Mateusz Rogowski, Szymon Kupiński, Adam Bykow. The authors suggest that the book represents ' the first full synthesis of modern scientific and applied research on urban climates '.
Of this there is no doubt, and thus it is a book of monumental importance for researchers, educators, and students of urban climate science and urban environments.' Anthony J. Brazel - Arizona State UniversityCited by: Biometeorological forecast: - MONDAY Due to the expected influence of the biometeorological situation, heart patients and persons suffering from respiratory diseases are advised to take certain caution.
Sleep disorder and headache may occur with meteoropaths. Additional saution is recommended to all participants in traffic. Hydrological surveys involving the mapping of drainage channels, fleets, reens and other watercourses to allow the preparation of flood risk assessments for ecological planning gain and the creation of wetland nature reserves.
Survey works can include flow data and. T1 - Methodological considerations in using complex survey data. T2 - An applied example with the head start family and child experiences survey. AU - Hahs-Vaughn, Debbie L. AU - McWayne, Christine M.
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the survey unit are based on factors, such as the potential for contamination, the expected distribution of contamination, and any physical boundaries (e.g., buildings, fences, soil type, surface water body) at the site. For MARSSIM, measurement is used interchangeably to mean: 1) the act of using a detector to.Define radiological survey.
radiological survey synonyms, radiological survey pronunciation, radiological survey translation, English dictionary definition of radiological survey. The directed effort to determine the distribution and dose rates of radiation in an area.A landscape is part of our daily lives and our perception of its features may significantly impact our quality of life.
This article presents the results of research aimed at determining the influence of biometeorological conditions on the way in which we perceive the landscape. An eye tracker was used throughout each season of the year to determine how 52 respondents observed the landscape.