EaSM

AcronymDefinition
EaSMEarth System Model (climate science)
EaSMEuropean Association for Sport Management
EaSMEast Asian Summer Monsoon (climate)
EaSMÉlevage Alternatif et Santé des Monogastriques (French: Alternative Livestock and Health Monogastrics; animal health)
EaSMEmergency Ambulance Service Management (software)
EaSMExplicit Algebraic Stress Model
EaSMEuropean Academy of Sleep Medicine (est. 2005; Germany)
EaSMElec Automat Sécurité Méditerranée (French electrical automatic security company)
EaSMExpected Angle Stability Margin
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The Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology (EASM) has sounded a warning against three slime toys and decided to pull them from the market.
(1) We use correlation analysis method to discuss contributions and impact of the key members of EASM to the abnormal WPSH in 2010 and identify the three most significant factors: the Mascarene high, the Tibetan high (eastern type), and Monsoon circulation index at Bay of Bengal.
And Mr Blair explained: "I welcome the emphasis that the EASM Power Of Sport Congress has placed on Africa.
Ian Elvin, Director of Sport at Northumbria University and EASM Board member, was delighted with the news.
Xue [19] found that the AAO is highly related to the interannual variability of the East Asia summer monsoon (EASM).
Annual EASM Conference 18-21/09, 2012 in Aalborg, Denmark,
Since March 2002, Kazemba has been the focal point for the innovative Sport In Action programme and day two of the Tyneside-based 2005 EASM Congress heard how six British universities, in partnership with UK Sport, aim to build on three years of encouraging success.
Similar to the 1998 Yangtze River extreme rainfall, the 2016 extreme rainfall coincided with the decaying phase of 2015/16 super El Nino through Pacific-East Asian teleconnection which enhanced the west Pacific subtropical high (WPSH) and weakened the East Asia summer monsoon (EASM), resulting in an anomalously anticyclonic circulation pattern over the northwestern Pacific that brought lots of atmospheric moisture from the Pacific to the Yangtze River (Wang et al.
Meanwhile, previous investigations and studies (e.g., [17,18]) suggested that the majority of flood hazards in YRB were directly due to above-normal rainfall that occurred in summer (June-August), owing to the impacts of the East Asian summer monsoon (EASM).
Steve Cram was running late as yesterday's EASM Congress kicked off in style.
Also of interest for our study are the East Asian summer monsoon (EASM) circulation which has been weakening since the end of 1970s (Zhou et al.