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Some found that pain occurred only when barometric pressure and humidity changed, but others found no such correlation.
Using data from 1985 to 1986, Ramirez & Candela-Perez (2003) found that the barometric pressure in the Gulf of Mexico was the most important meteorological forcing at low frequency, affecting the variability of the sea level.
The WeatherHawk 922 is preconfigured with sensors for wind speed and direction, air temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure, solar radiation and rainfall.
7 inches of barometric pressure) is equal to about .
The data on the mountain took less comeups to the 1,000-yard target than at sea level due to the decrease in barometric pressure.
Cryan and Brown (2007) demonstrated that during autumn migration Hoary Bats arrived on an offshore island during overcast nights with low wind speeds and barometric pressures associated with weather fronts.
Bonds implied we don't yet know how crappies might sense changes in barometric pressure, but he indicated that crappies seemed to seek areas where they experience less distress after a front.
An oft-cited study by Illinois biologist Keith Thomas found that the highest amount of whitetail movement and feeding activity occurred when the barometric pressure was between 29.
The results of WT measurements indicate that compensation of air pressure in the underground corridors occurs very fast (vanishing of horizontal pressure gradient), which prevents inverse barometric effects.
Geoffrey Martin, from the University of Cincinnati, who co-led the research, said: "Many studies show conflicting findings on how weather, including elements like barometric pressure and humidity, affect the onset of headaches.
The zSeries Wireless Sensor/Transmitter System provides web-based monitoring of temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure as well as thermocouples and any transducer with analog voltage or current output.
Such an event doesn't raise the barometric pressure after the shock has passed because barometric pressure in the atmosphere reflects the weight of the air above the ground," the Courier Mail quoted him as writing.