Siberian high The region of high average pressure in the colder seasons of the year over Siberia. The intensity of the high pressure is increased by the density of the very cold air at the surface over the Siberian plains.
More From encyclopedia.com
subtropical high , subtropical high Surface high-pressure cells that are especially prominent and persistent over oceans at around 30° latitude. The anticyclones develo… Britain, Ireland, France, and the Low Countries , high / hī/ • adj. 1. of great vertical extent: the top of a high mountain the mast was higher than the tallest building in the city. ∎ (after a measu… Altitude , altitude There is no precise definition of high altitude. However, many people feel lightheaded and have other symptoms if they ascend from near sea… Vapor Pressure , Vapor pressure is the pressure that occurs because of the formation of vapor, or gas, from a liquid or solid. Within chemistry, this pressure general… Anticyclone , anticyclone An area or system of high atmospheric pressure that has a characteristic pattern of air circulation, with subsiding air and horizontal di… high-performance liquid chromatography , high‐performance liquid chromatography Also known as high‐pressure liquid chromatography, and generally abbreviated to hplc. An extremely sensitive a…
About this article
Updated About encyclopedia.com content Print Article
You Might Also Like