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WHAT DOES ANABATIC MEAN IN ENGLISH?
An anabatic wind, from the Greek anabatos, verbal of anabainein meaning moving upward, is a warm wind which blows up a steep slope or mountain side, driven by heating of the slope through insolation. It is also known as an upslope flow. These winds typically occur during the daytime in calm sunny weather. A hill or mountain top will be radiatively warmed by the Sun which in turn heats the air just above it. Air at a similar altitude over an adjacent valley or plain does not get warmed so much because of the greater distance to the ground below it. The effect may be enhanced if the lower lying ground is shaded by the mountain and so receives less heat. The air over the hill top is now warmer than the air at a similar altitude around it and will rise through convection. This creates a lower pressure region into which the air at the bottom of the slope flows, causing the wind. It is common for the air rising from the tops of large mountains to reach a height where it cools adiabatically to below its dew point and forms cumulus clouds. These can then produce rain or even thunderstorms.
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANABATIC»
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20.2.2 Anabatic and katabatic winds Anabatic (upslope) and katabatic (
downslope) winds characterize the climates of many areas close to mountain
masses over about 10km diameter. Katabatic winds are generally the stronger. A
model of ...
Ronald U. Cooke, Andrew Warren, Andrew S. Goudie, 2006
Encyclopedia of Snow, Ice and Glaciers
ANABATIC WINDS: IN RELATION WITH SNOW/GLACIER BASIN Umesh K.
Haritashya1, Vijay P. Singh2, Pratap Singh3 1Department of Geology, University
of Dayton, Dayton, OH, USA 2Department of Biological and Agricultural
Vijay P. Singh, Pratap Singh, Umesh K. Haritashya, 2011
Instant Wind Forecasting
Maximum tendency to anabatic drift to W shore. Waning anabatic influence on W
shore. Gradient winds from N or S quadrants steered more parallel to W shore
when high ground not far distant. Early katabatic tendency for drift off W shore.
Alan Watts, 2010
Environmental Systems: An Introductory Text
9.2.3 Slope winds Over sloping terrain, local winds are generated as an upslope
(anabatic) flow or a downslope (katabatic) flow of air. If we consider a uniform
slope receiving direct solar radiation (Fig. 9.13), its surface is heated, which in
I. D. White, D. N. Mottershead, S. J. Harrison, 1992
School Certificate Geography 1
Valley Breeze (Anabatic wind) Also known as anabatic winds, the wind blows
from the valleys up the mountain slopes during daytime. The mountain slopes are
heated and warm faster than the valley bottoms during daytime. The air on the ...
M. Kimei & L. Khabongo
Snow and Glacier Hydrology
2.11.2 Anabatic and katabatic winds Alpine valleys produce their own local wind
systems as a result of thermal differences. The cold air slides down the slope
under gravity during night. The radiative cooling of the ground surface under
P. Singh, Vijay P. Singh, 2001
Climates and Weather Explained
Asaresult, windsflow out fromthe central ridges ofthe Antarctic plateau insuch
volumethatthey induce thepolarsubsidence whichis partof the global circulation (
Section 12.3). Thedaytime counterparts ofkatabatic windsare called'anabatic'
Bart Geerts, Edward Linacre, 2002
Air Pollution and Health
Anabatic flows are usually stronger and more persistent than katabatic ones.
They frequently continue well after sunset and this tendency is particularly strong
in the outer tropics during the summer, when insolation is very intense and nights
Stephen T. Holgate, Hillel S. Koren, Jonathan M. Samet, 1999
Balloon Flying Handbook: Faa-H-8083-11a
The daytime heating of mountain surfaces to produce an anabatic flow (see
below) along the slopes and updrafts in the vicinity of mountain peaks. This
definition, while strictly referring only to lifting by mountains, is sometimes
extended to ...
Federal Aviation Administration, 2012
Seamanship Techniques: Shipboard and Marine Operations
... cannot take place unless seafarers know their enemy and respect it across the
waters of the planet. Meteorological. Terms. Anabatic. The upward movement of
air due to convection is anabatic; an anabatic wind ascends a hillside or ...
David House, 2013
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ANABATIC»
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Evercoss chooses Cellum for new mobile wallet
Through its representative office in Jakarta and its cooperation with Anabatic Technologies, Cellum provides local maintenance and support in ... «Telecompaper, Jun 15»
Anabatic Technologies Slashes IPO Target by 42 Percent
Jakarta. Anabatic Technologies, a local information technology solutions provider, will raise about Rp 262.5 billion ($19.7 million) from its ... «Jakarta Globe, Jun 15»
Indonesia's Anabatic Technologies plans $39m IPO
Indonesian IT firm PT Anabatic Technologies is looking to raise up to Rp514 billion ($38.46 million) through an initial public offering (IPO), ... «DEALSTREETASIA, Jun 15»
Anabatic Seeks to Raise $39m from IPO, Eyes Acquisition in SE Asia
Anabatic Technologies is hoping to raise as much as Rp 514 billion ($39 million) from an initial public offering later this month. (EPA Photo/Adi ... «Jakarta Globe, Jun 15»
IPO News Indonesia: Binakarya Jaya Abadi & Anabatic Technologies'
These companies are property developer Binakarya Jaya Abadi and IT solutions provider Anabatic Technologies. Up to the start of June, a total ... «Indonesia Investments, Jun 15»
Companies Expected to IPO on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2015
Anabatic Technologies was founded in 2002 and is part of the Titan Group. The company focuses on providing integrated IT solutions for a ... «Indonesia Investments, May 15»
Disbehave w/ Worthy (Dirtybird/Anabatic) 3 Hour Extended Set
When it comes down to all the hype, his name says it all. He is Worthy. With an in-depth knowledge of production, mixing, and performance, ... «SFStation.com, May 15»
Sonoma Winery Adventure: Turbines meet grapes at Anaba Wines
The winery's name is a nod to the swirling, upward-flowing breezes known as anabatic winds. Driving an electric car? Those breezes will top it ... «San Jose Mercury News, May 15»
Anabatic Fund L.P. Just Filed Form D Announcing $9.85 million …
Anabatic Fund, L.P., Limited Partnership just filed form D regarding $9.85 million financing. Anabatic Fund, L.P. was able to sell $9.85 million. «OctaFinance.com, Apr 15»
Ten companies set for IPOs this year, mostly in second
IT solution provider Anabatic Technologies and oil and surveyor firm Gelombang Seismic Indonesia (GSI) will be the latest companies to go ... «Jakarta Post, Apr 15»
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