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Meteorologists often consider the atmosphere in terms of layers, that is, from one height to another, or from one pressure level to another. The vertical distance between two pressure levels is called that layer's thickness. A common layer used for forecasting the weather is the 1000-500 hPa thickness, the vertical difference in decametres (da [..]
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Old English þicness "density, viscosity, hardness; depth; anything thick or heavy; darkness; thicket;" see thick + -ness.
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In synoptic meteorology, the vertical depth, measured in geometric or geopotential units, of a layer in the atmosphere bounded by surfaces of two different values of the same physical quantity, usuall [..]
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Measurement in thousandths of an inch.
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The gauge or depth of a material.
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(n) the dimension through an object as opposed to its length or width(n) indistinct articulation(n) used of a line or mark(n) resistance to flow
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In PCB this often refers to the width of a line or arc, not the thickness of the copper film used to produce the board. This is also the “size” of a line or arc.
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The measurement of Subcutaneous Fat located directly beneath the Skin by grasping a fold of Skin and Subcutaneous Fat between the thumb and forefinger and pulling it away from the underlying Muscle Ti [..]
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Thickness usually refers to the depth of the 1000-500 hPa layer in the atmosphere. However charts are also produced for thicknesses of other layers in the atmosphere as well. The thickness gives an in [..]
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Thickness usually refers to the depth of the 1000-500 hPa layer in the atmosphere. However charts are also produced for thicknesses of other layers in the atmosphere as well. The thickness gives an in [..]
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Difference in height between two levels of atmospheric pressure.
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The thickness of a layer in the atmosphere is proportional to the mean temperature of that whole layer. The layer most often used in meteorology is between 1000 and 500 millibars. There can be differe [..]
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A measurement take at the thickest point.
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The thickness of a layer in the atmosphere is proportional to the mean temperature of that whole layer. The layer most often used in meteorology is between 1000 and 500 millibars. There can be different temperature profiles in the lowest layer of the atmosphere with the same 1000-500 millibar thickness value, depending on what is happening above th [..]
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The thickness of a layer in the atmosphere is proportional to the mean temperature of that whole layer. The layer most often used in meteorology is between 1000 and 500 millibars. There can be differe [..]
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The thickness of a layer in the atmosphere
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The thickness of a layer in the atmosphere is proportional to the mean temperature of that whole layer. The layer most often used in meteorology is between 1000 and 500 millibars. There can be different temperature profiles in the lowest layer of the atmosphere with the same 1000-500 millibar thickness value, depending on what is happening above th [..]
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See caliper.
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Thickness may refer to: Thickness (graph theory) Thickness (geology), the distance across a layer of rock Thickness (meteorology), the difference in height between two atmospheric pressure levels Thi [..]
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Thickness may refer to: Thickness (graph theory) Thickness (geology), the distance across a layer of rock Thickness (meteorology), the difference in height between two atmospheric pressure levels Thi [..]
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In graph theory, the thickness of a graph G is the minimum number of planar graphs into which the edges of G can be partitioned. That is, if there exists a collection of k planar graphs, all having th [..]
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Thickness can also refer to stupidity in Australian slang. Thick as two planks etc
Freddo Dirk - 24 July 2017

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