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The warmest year was 1957, with an average annual temperature of 19.
Miner's Rule assumes that when plastic pipe spends time at different temperatures, the effect is cumulative or additive, and is essentially the same as assuming an average annual temperature.
What is the average annual temperature (degrees Fahrenheit) in Boston, Mass?
1), we assumed an Arrhenius aging process to conclude that the average annual temperature under cover in our storage depots is just over 28 [degrees] C, and we have checked that direct sunlight raises the temperature of the stored tires to some 45 [degrees].
One criterion to define the world's hot deserts and subdeserts is that the average annual temperature is above 50[degrees]F (10[degrees]C).
The average annual temperature is 6 degrees cooler on the summit than in surrounding areas, with the mid-summer to summer temperatures frequently 10 to 15 degrees cooler than surrounding valleys.
A sample of 45 metropolitan areas in the United States shows that for each increase of a degree in the average annual temperature, July's average temperatures go up by only 0.
The new test, which expat residents say is ludicrous, is aimed at stopping payments being made to British residents of countries where the average annual temperature is higher than the warmest region of the UK -- the South West at 5.
To more accurately determine local effects on decomposition, a team of scientists scattered 160 blocks of wood from pine trees across five temperate forests in the eastern United States ranging from Connecticut to Florida, an area where the average annual temperature varies by about 11[degrees]C between north and south.
Carbon dioxide emissions higher now than just before ancient warming: Carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere are currently higher than they were prior to an ancient episode of intense global warming, when average annual temperature rose by 5[degrees]C, according to two British researchers.
Kiehl applied mathematical formulas to calculate that Earth's average annual temperature 30 to 40 million years ago was about 88 degrees F (31 degrees C)-substantially higher than the pre-industrial average temperature of about 59 degrees F (15 degrees C).

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