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 noun metrology Symbol for the
decitesla , anSI unit ofmagnetic flux density equal to 10−1teslas .
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C*dT '/dt = For'F' = For'G*T 'dT' /dt = (For'G*T ')/C
RealClimate 2010

C*dT '/dt = For'F' = For'G*T 'dT' /dt = (For'G*T ')/C
RealClimate 2010

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When you take into account the pressure dependence of the freezing point, T_h and T_c must differ by a finite amount, approximately (dT/dP)(delta p) where delta p is the pressure exerted by the weight.
Cockburning EliRabett 2010

Windows release 2.7.0.3282 is live 3.10.2010 dT News & Announcements via TechCrunch
doubleTwist Adds Podcasting To Its Device Syncing Powers  Lifehacker Australia 2010

Oh I see, he has removed the data from the 50s, and the positive dT in 20078.
Rabett Run EliRabett 2009

I found some data on electricity production in the LA area not easy from 1990 to 2007, and regressed dT/dt on dkWh/dt and d CO2/dt.
Rabett Run EliRabett 2009

That brings the average dT down to .03  perhaps the thickness of the red line after all...
Rabett Run EliRabett 2009

When the rate of change in temperature, dT, is constant it means that T increases linearly at a constant rate.
Rabett Run EliRabett 2009

There's something not quite right with his red graph because the mean value of dT over the 50 years data is .06  even on their scale you should see that.
Rabett Run EliRabett 2009
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