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annual assessment reports based on the Regional Reanalyses which make use of validated data, to serve as a reference document on the status of air quality in Europe,
Major efforts were therefore undertaken in the European Reanalysis of the Global Climate System (ERA-CLIM2), to collect and make available observations for all reanalyses covering the period since 1900.
Depending on your confidence in the NCEP/NCAR reanalyses in different parts of the Arctic, some of the results should not be taken too literally.
Reanalyses of the results of clinical trials have shown that EGFR mutations occur in 80 percent of people who improve with the drugs but in only 6 percent of people who don't benefit, Settleman says.
Based on 44-year NCEP/NCAR global reanalyses data, a life cycle of a typical vortex intensification episode is established, and then a lead-lag composite technique is utilized (with respect to the life cycle) to find a relationship with the AO.
Tennessee's STAR experiment, which reduced class sizes in the early grades, established that a substantial reduction in class size yields significant gains in achievement, Independent reanalyses of the data by Frederick Mosreller, Alan Krueger, and others helped to verify the study's original conclusions.
Due to the shortcomings GAO identified in the Corps' analysis, the actual economic merits of the project will not be reliably known unless the Corps comprehensively reanalyses it.
The rare occurrence and the fact it was missed in NWS prediction makes this even interesting for further studies and reanalyses including numerical modeling.
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Furthermore, activities performed in ERA-CLIM2 aimed at improving the assimilation of observations at intermedium boundaries (i.e., sea surface temperature and sea ice concentration observations) will benefit ocean and sea ice reanalyses and operational marine forecast activities performed within the EU's Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS).
Teja Gregorin, une biathlete slovene, a ete disqualifiee suite aux resultats de certaines reanalyses qui ont revele un cas de dopage, a annonce mercredi le Comite international olympique (CIO).
Like the earlier study, for example, our reanalyses showed that, considered collectively, the SAT II tests required by UC (Writing, Math, and a third test of the applicant's choice) are slightly superior to the SAT I as a predictor of UCGPA.