Sentences with phrase «m altitude»
Cortisol, testosterone, and free testosterone in athletes performing a marathon at 4,000 m altitude
HEALTH & FITNESS
The mean annual air temperature at the long-term ELA of 1170 m is -1.5 °C, as estimated from the Wolverine weather station at 990 m altitude
about 0.5 km west of the glacier.
«Mauna Loa does not represent the typical atmospheric CO2 on different global locations but is typical only for this volcano at a maritime location in about 4000 m altitude
at that latitude.»
Temperature at 7,500 m altitude
have dived steeply since early April.
The following day, a second Coyote sampled the inflow layer outside of the storm core at ~ 760 m altitude
, when Edouard had weakened to an 80-kt hurricane.
Because the environment that matters to Apodanthaceae is the host, not anything outside it, these plants occur from the lowlands to 2500 m altitude
and from deserts to Amazonian forest.
This is why the Chajnantor plateau at 5000 m altitude
, one of the driest places on Earth, was chosen for ALMA.
Deadline: Monday 16 October 2017 (23:59:59 UTC) APEX, the Atacama Pathfinder EXperiment, is a 12 m diameter submillimetre telescope at 5100 m altitude
on Llano Chajnantor in Chile.
This is why ALMA's antennas are assembled and tested at the lower 2900 m altitude
of the ALMA Operations Support Facility (OSF).
At 2,500 m altitude
the average temperature drops to 10.2 °C, and annual rainfall is 2170 mm.
This means 7-8 hours flying plus maybe 4,000 m altitude
(while you are playing the Brazilian Championship too).
At the South Pole one is not at sea level but at 3000 to 4000 m altitude
Wowing the judges was its single-vineyard expression Ameri, a Malbec-dominant blend that also contains Cabernet, Syrah and Merlot, from a plot at 1,250 m altitude
FOOD & BEVERAGES
I loved the mountain landscapes since Tibet is the highest region in the world, with almost all of its territory located above 13123 ft / 4000 m altitude