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Seasons

In Australia, the seasons are defined by grouping the calendar months in the following way:

  • Spring - the three transition months September, October and November.
  • Summer - the three hottest months December, January and February.
  • Autumn - the transition months March, April and May.
  • Winter - the three coldest months June, July and August.

These definitions reflect the lag in heating and cooling as the sun appears to move southward and northward across the equator. They are also useful for compiling and presenting climate-based statistics on time scales such as months and seasons.

 
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E: English.
J: Japanese.
The Effects of Different Time Intervals on the Wind Estimation E
The Simplified Mapping Equation of VISSR Image Data from the Geostationary Meteorological Satellite (GMS) E
TOVS Data Disseminated via the GTS and its Applications J
On Precision of Winds Extracted from Earth Disk Images Taken From Geostationary Satellite J
Calculation of Sub-cloud Point J
Man-machine Interactive Processing of Extracting Cloud Top Height and Cloud Wind Data from the GMS Images E
Brief Description for Error Estimates of Satellite Winds Derived by CWFS System E
Laser Beam Recorder J
 

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Seasons

In Australia, the seasons are defined by grouping the calendar months in the following way:

  • Spring - the three transition months September, October and November.
  • Summer - the three hottest months December, January and February.
  • Autumn - the transition months March, April and May.
  • Winter - the three coldest months June, July and August.

These definitions reflect the lag in heating and cooling as the sun appears to move southward and northward across the equator. They are also useful for compiling and presenting climate-based statistics on time scales such as months and seasons.

 
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Return to the Climate Glossary Index  Climate Glossary


Seasons

In Australia, the seasons are defined by grouping the calendar months in the following way:

  • Spring - the three transition months September, October and November.
  • Summer - the three hottest months December, January and February.
  • Autumn - the transition months March, April and May.
  • Winter - the three coldest months June, July and August.

These definitions reflect the lag in heating and cooling as the sun appears to move southward and northward across the equator. They are also useful for compiling and presenting climate-based statistics on time scales such as months and seasons.

 
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