Advection

The process of transfer (or an air mass property) by virtue of motion. In particular the horizontal or vertical components of the motion. The term is, however, often used to signify horizontal transfer only.

Advection

In physics, engineering, and earth sciences, advection is a transport mechanism of a substance or conserved property by a fluid due to the fluid`s bulk motion. An example of advection is the transport of pollutants or silt in a river by bulk water flow downstream. Another commonly advected quantity is energy or enthalpy. Here the fluid may be any....
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advection

[n] - (meteorology) the horizontal transfer of heat or other atmospheric properties
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advection

noun (meteorology) the horizontal transfer of heat or other atmospheric properties
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Advection

Advection involves the transfer of heat energy by means of horizontal mass motions through a medium.
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advection

horizontal movement of air
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Advection

Horizontal movement of air, moisture, or heat.
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advection

Horizontal transport of temperature, pressure, moisture or some other atmospheric attribute solely by the wind.
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advection

in atmospheric science, change in a property of a moving mass of air because the mass moves to a region where the property has a different value ... [2 related articles]
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Advection

Refers to processes of transport and mixing of properties (energy, heat, moisture, etc.) of a fluid by mass motion of that fluid in the horizontal plane. In the atmosphere, the horizontal transfer of anything by the movement of air, i.e. wind. Common examples of advection include heat and moisture. Contrast with convection.
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Advection

The horizontal transfer of air mass properties by the velocity field of the atmosphere.
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Advection

The horizontal transfer of any property in the atmosphere by the movement of air (wind). Examples in
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ADVECTION

The horizontal transfer of any property in the atmosphere by the movement of air (wind). Examples include heat and moisture advection.
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advection

The predominately horizontal large-scale movement of air that causes changes in temperature or other physical properties. In oceanography, advection is the horizontal or vertical flow of sea water as a current.
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Advection

The transfer of heat by the horizontal movement of air or water, such as a warm wind or ocean current.
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Advection

The transfer of matter such as water vapour or heat through the atmosphere as a result of horizontal movement of an air mass.
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Advection

To transport or carry. In air quality, the rate at which particulate matter is transported.
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Advection

Transport of heat, or any other physical property, as a reslut of movement of a fluid, such as occurs in a convection current.
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