ASTD

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AcronymDefinition
ASTDAmerican Society for Training and Development
ASTDAmerican Society of Training and Development (Alexandria, Virginia)
ASTDAir-Sea Temperature Difference
ASTDAir Supported Threat Defense
ASTDActivity-Related Soft Tissue Disorder (overuse or repetitive strain injuries)
ASTDAntiship Torpedo Defense (System)
ASTDAdvanced Systems and Technology Department (NASA)
ASTDAssociate of the Society of Typographic Designers
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Meanwhile, the limitation of the air-sea temperature difference for determining atmospheric stability was presented.
In the south, T100 averages 30[degrees]C, only about 0.5[degrees]C less than the surface temperature before typhoon mixing; here, mixing by typhoons will cause very little ocean cooling and will have little effect on the air-sea temperature difference during TCs.
The split technique was also chosen because it is less sensitive to air-sea temperature differences (May & Holyer, 1993).
Analysis in this study was performed on a subset of data, limited to the interval of the air-sea temperature differences, [increment of T], from -7 to +12 K and to the wind speed less than 15 m/s.