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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temperature_measurement

The temperature of the air near the surface of the Earth is measured at meteorological observatories and weather ...

www.americangeosciences.org/education/k5geosource/content/weather/how-do-we-measure-air-temperature

An ice beacon monitoring air temperature and pressure and ice drift. April 1 ... The temperature of the air is a measure of how quickly the molecules are moving.

www.weatherworksinc.com/temperature-measurement

Oct 13, 2014 ... Air temperature is the most widely measured quantity in the atmosphere according to the National Weather Service. People plan their lives ...

web.uconn.edu/poultry/NE-127/NewFiles/air%20temp.html

Air temperature is relatively easy to measure. However, the investigator must be aware that air temperature is subject to considerable variation through space ...

www.bom.gov.au/climate/cdo/about/airtemp-measure.shtml

Sep 13, 2011 ... Air temperature (more specifically, dry bulb air temperature to differentiate from observations to measure humidity) is measured at various times ...

www.thoughtco.com/how-does-a-thermometer-work-3444248

Nov 8, 2015 ... How warm is it outside? How cold will it be tonight? A thermometer -- an instrument used to measure air temperature -- easily tells us this, but ...

www.bacto.com.au/Measuring-Atmospheric-Temperature-and-Relative-Humidity

Temperature refers to how hot or cold the atmosphere is as measured by a thermometer ... Evaporation cools this thermometer below the actual air temperature, ...

www.npl.co.uk/content/ConMediaFile/9585

Dec 9, 2014 ... Basic principles of 'air temperature' measurement. • Establishing standard methods in meteorology. • Sensor developments. • Standardising ...

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Sep 21, 2012 ... Measuring Air Temperature can be an important part of a number of physical geography student projects. This video takes you through the ...

www.weather-climate.org.uk/05.php

Whilst thermometers are really measuring their own temperature, they are usually needed to measure the temperature of the surrounding air. To ensure that the ...