This is the documentation for the Phenomenon Ontology. All instances of the Phenomenon class are listed here. The Phenomenon namespace contains all phenomena that are not in the Body, Matter, Form or RolePhenomenon classes. The Phenomenon Class is significantly evolved from the original Object category outlined for the CSDMS Standard Names. To see the original documentation for the Object category, please visit the CSN website.

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((channel_bottom)@context~on_(sediment_grain))@medium_water

((earth_crust)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~p@role~main))@role~numerator_((earth_crust)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~s@role~main))@role~denominator

((earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake_hypocenter))@role~first_station@role~second

((earth_mantle)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~p@role~main))@role~numerator_((earth_mantle)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~s@role~main))@role~denominator

((earth_surface)@context~on_station~seismic)@role~sink_wave~seismic~p@role~main_arrival

((earth_surface)@context~on_station~seismic)@role~sink_wave~seismic~p@role~main_travel

((earth_surface)@context~on_station~seismic)@role~sink_wave~seismic~s@role~main_arrival

((earth_surface)@context~on_station~seismic)@role~sink_wave~seismic~s@role~main_travel

((glacier_top)@context~in_ice)@role~main_wind@role~in_scour

((sea_surface)@context~above_air)@role~first_((sea_surface)@context~in_water)@role~second

((sea_surface)@context~in_(water_wave))@role~sink_radiation@role~main_refraction

This instance describes the process radiation.

(air_flowing)@context~in_water~vapor

(air_flowing)@medium_sediment~suspended

This instance describes the process flowing.

(air_flowing)@medium_snow~suspended

This instance describes the process flowing.

(air_flowing)@role~exchange_buildings@role~exchange

This instance describes the process flowing.

(air_flowing)@role~exchange_snowpack@role~exchange

This instance describes the process flowing.

(air_flowing)@role~exchange_terrain@role~exchange

This instance describes the process flowing.

(air_flowing)@role~exchange_vegetation@role~exchange

This instance describes the process flowing.

(atmosphere@role~main_radiation@role~in_transmission)@role~first_(atmosphere@role~medium_dust~aerosol@role~main_radiation@role~in_transmission)@role~second

This instance describes the process radiation. This instance describes the process transmission.

(atmosphere_air)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_absorption

(atmosphere_air)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_reflection

(atmosphere_air)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_transmission

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_acetic-acid

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_acetonitrile

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_alkanes

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_alkenes

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_alpha-hch

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_alpha-pinene

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_ammonia

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_ammonium~aerosol~dry

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_clox-as-chlorine

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_hox-as-hydrogen

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_nox-as-nitrogen

(atmosphere_air_column)@context~in_water~vapor

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_((air_flowing)@context~in_water~vapor)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_((air_flowing)@role~exchange_buildings@role~exchange)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_((air_flowing)@role~exchange_snowpack@role~exchange)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_((air_flowing)@role~exchange_terrain@role~exchange)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_((air_flowing)@role~exchange_vegetation@role~exchange)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@context~in_water~vapor)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@medium_carbon-dioxide)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@medium_dew-point_water~vapor)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@medium_equilibrium_carbon-dioxide)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@medium_equilibrium_water~vapor)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@medium_frost-point_water~vapor)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@medium_saturated_carbon-dioxide)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@medium_saturated_water~vapor)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@medium_water~vapor)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@role~exchange_land@role~exchange)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@role~main_radiation@role~out_emission)

This instance describes the process emission. This instance describes the process radiation.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@role~sink_canopy@role~main_radiation@role~out_emission)

This instance describes the process emission. This instance describes the process radiation.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@role~sink_cloud@role~main_radiation@role~out_emission)

This instance describes the process radiation. This instance describes the process emission.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air@role~source_land@role~sink)

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air_advection)

This instance describes the process advection.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air_convection)

This instance describes the process convection.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air_diffusion)

This instance describes the process diffusion.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_(air_isobaric-process)

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

(atmosphere_bottom)@context~in_air

(atmosphere_datum~vertical~tidal~msl)@context~in_(air_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(atmosphere_top)@context~in_air

(atmosphere_top)@context~sink_radiation~incoming

(atmosphere_top)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave

(atmosphere_top)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave

(atmosphere_top)@context~source_radiation~outgoing

(atmosphere_top)@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave

(atmosphere_top)@context~source_radiation~outgoing~shortwave

(atmosphere_top_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave

(atmosphere_top_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave

(automobile@context~part_(bumper_bottom))_ground@reference~above

(automobile_bottom)_ground@reference~above

(automobile_bottom_approach)_ground@reference~above

This instance describes the process approach.

(automobile_bottom_breakover)_ground@reference~above

This instance describes the process breakover.

(automobile_bottom_departure)_ground@reference~above

This instance describes the process departure.

(basin~drainage_bankfull)@context~part_outlet

(bear~black~american@context~part_brain)@role~numerator_(bear~black~american@context~part_body)@role~denominator

(bear@context~part_brain)@role~numerator_(bear@context~part_body)@role~denominator

(benzene_molecule)@context~part_bond~c-c-c

(biomass~microbial_decomposition)@role~source_(soil~stabilized_decomposition)@role~source_carbon@role~main_respiration

This instance describes the process decomposition.

(carbon_isotope)@context~part_neutron

(carbon_pool~stabilized)@context~in_carbon

(cesium_atom)@context~part_neutron

(cesium_atom)@context~part_proton

(cesium_atom)@role~source_radiation@role~main_emission

This instance describes the process radiation.

(channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~suspended)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_((water_flowing)@medium_transportation_sediment~suspended)

This instance describes the process flowing. This instance describes the process transportation.

(channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water@context~in_(sediment@context~in_(sand_grain)))

(channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water@context~in_(sediment@medium_clay))

(channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water@context~in_(sediment@medium_sand))

(channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water@context~in_(sediment@medium_silt))

(channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water@medium_sediment~suspended)

(channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water_flowing_x-section)

(channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water_x-section)

(channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water_x-section_top)

(channel~river_bed)@context~sink_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(channel~river_bed)@context~source_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(channel~river_bed)@medium_water

(channel~river_bed)@role~exchange_(channel~stream@context~part_reach)@role~exchange_(water_flowing)@role~main_leakage

This instance describes the process flowing.

(channel~stream@context~part_reach)@context~sink_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(channel~stream@context~part_reach)@context~source_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(channel@context~in_(water_surface))@context~above_air

(channel@context~part_bank)@context~on_(sediment@medium_saturated_water)

(channel@context~part_bank)@role~denominator_(water_flowing)@role~numerator

This instance describes the process flowing.

(channel@context~part_entrance)@context~at_(water_flowing_x-section)

(channel@context~part_entrance)@role~sink

(channel@context~part_exit)@context~at_((water_flowing_x-section)@medium_sediment~suspended)

(channel@context~part_exit)@context~at_(water_flowing_x-section)

(channel@context~part_exit)@context~at_(water_x-section)

(channel@context~part_exit)@role~sink

(channel_bed)@medium_water

(channel_bed)_(channel@context~part_bank)@reference~below

(channel_bottom)@context~at_((water_flowing)@medium_(sediment_grain))

This instance describes the process flowing.

(channel_bottom)@context~at_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(channel_bottom)@context~at_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(channel_bottom)@context~at_water

(channel_bottom)@context~on_(sediment@medium_saturated_water)

(channel_bottom)@context~on_(sediment@role~sink_oxygen~dissolved@role~main_consumption)

This instance describes the process consumption.

(channel_bottom)@context~on_(sediment_grain)

(channel_bottom)@context~on_sediment

(channel_centerline_endpoint~upstream)@role~first_(channel_centerline_endpoint~downstream)@role~second

(crop_biomass~microbial_decomposition)@role~source_(soil_decomposition)@roule~source_carbon@role~main_respiration

This instance describes the process decomposition.

(crop_biomass)@context~sink_(nitrogen_application)

This instance describes the process application.

(crop_production)@role~numerator_(fertilizer~nitrogen_utilization)@role~denominator

This instance describes the process production. This instance describes the process utilization.

(crop_rotation)@reference~at_(land_tillage)

This instance describes the process tillage.

(delta@context~part_(shoreline@context~on_sediment))@role~main_(ocean@context~part_wave)@role~in_reworking

(delta@context~part_plain~lower)@role~main_(delta@context~part_plain~upper)@role~main

(delta@context~part_plain)@role~numerator_(delta@context~part_plain~subaqueous)@role~denominator

(delta_apex)@role~first_(delta@context~part_shoreline)@role~second

(delta_beds~bottomset)@context~on_(sediment@medium_clay)

(delta_beds~bottomset)@context~on_(sediment@medium_sand)

(delta_beds~bottomset)@context~on_(sediment@medium_silt)

(delta_beds~foreset)@context~on_(sediment@medium_clay)

(delta_beds~foreset)@context~on_(sediment@medium_sand)

(delta_beds~foreset)@context~on_(sediment@medium_silt)

(delta_beds~topset~lower)@context~on_(sediment@medium_silt)

(delta_beds~topset~upper)@context~on_(sediment@medium_silt)

(delta_beds~topset)@context~on_(sediment@medium_clay)

(delta_beds~topset)@context~on_(sediment@medium_sand)

(delta_beds~topset)@context~on_(sediment@medium_silt)

(delta_front)@context~in_(sediment_grain)

(delta_front)@context~in_sediment

(dihydrogen_molecule)@context~part_bond~h-h

(dinitrogen_molecule)@context~part_bond~n-n

(dioxygen_molecule)@context~part_bond~o-o

(distributary@context~part_outlet)@context~in_(water_flowing_x-section)

(distributary@context~part_outlet)@context~in_(water_x-section)

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material~melt@medium_(carbonatite_melt))

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material@context~in_oxygen)

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material@medium_(material_melt~partial))

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material@medium_water)

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~p@role~main)

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~s@role~main)

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~sh@role~main)

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~sv@role~main)

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material_isobaric-process)

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material_isochoric-process)

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

(earth_crust)@context~in_(material_isothermal-process)

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

(earth_crust)@context~in_material

(earth_datum_ellipsoid_surface)@role~first_(earth_datum_geodesic)@role~second

(earth_equator_plane)@role~first_sun@role~second

(earth_interior)@context~in_((earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic)@role~main_arrival)

This instance describes the process arrival.

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake@context~source_(fault_plane))

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake@context~source_(fault_plane_rupture))

This instance describes the process rupture.

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake@context~source_fault)

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake@context~source_rupture)

This instance describes the process rupture.

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake@context~source_slip~seismic)

This instance describes the process slip%257Eseismic.

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~love)

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~p)

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~rayleigh)

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~s)

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic)

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake_focus)

(earth_interior)@context~in_(earthquake_hypocenter)

(earth_interior)@context~in_(particle_motion)

This instance describes the process motion.

(earth_interior)@context~in_(particle_motion_acceleration)

This instance describes the process motion. This instance describes the process acceleration.

(earth_interior)@context~in_(wave~seismic@role~main_arrival)

This instance describes the process arrival.

(earth_interior)@context~in_earthquake

This instance describes the process quaking.

(earth_interior)@context~in_particle

(earth_interior)@context~in_wave~seismic

(earth_interior)@context~in_wave~seismic~love

(earth_interior)@context~in_wave~seismic~p

(earth_interior)@context~in_wave~seismic~rayleigh

(earth_interior)@context~in_wave~seismic~s

(earth_mantle)@context~in_((material_mineral-phase~melt)@medium_water)

(earth_mantle)@context~in_((material_mineral-phase)@context~in_oxygen)

(earth_mantle)@context~in_((material_mineral-phase)@medium_(carbonatite_melt))

(earth_mantle)@context~in_((material_mineral-phase)@medium_(material_melt~partial))

(earth_mantle)@context~in_((material_mineral-phase)@medium_water)

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material~melt@medium_(carbonatite_melt))

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material@context~in_oxygen)

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material@medium_(material_melt~partial))

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material@medium_water)

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~p@role~main)

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~s@role~main)

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~sh@role~main)

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~sv@role~main)

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material_isobaric-process)

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material_isochoric-process)

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material_isothermal-process)

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

(earth_mantle)@context~in_(material_mineral-phase)

(earth_mantle)@context~in_material

(earth_mantle)@context~in_material~mohr-coulomb-plastic

(earth_surface)@context~at_((earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~p)@role~main_station@role~sink_arrival)

This instance describes the process arrival.

(earth_surface)@context~at_((earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~p)@role~main_station@role~sink_travel)

This instance describes the process travel.

(earth_surface)@context~at_((earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~s)@role~main_station@role~sink_arrival)

This instance describes the process arrival.

(earth_surface)@context~at_((earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~s)@role~main_station@role~sink_travel)

This instance describes the process travel.

(earth_surface)@context~at_(earthquake_epicenter)

(earth_surface)@context~at_wind

(earth_surface)@context~on_(station~seismic@context~part_(instrument@context~part_response-filter))

(earth_surface)@context~on_(station~seismic@context~part_(seismograph_shaking))

This instance describes the process shaking.

(earth_surface)@context~on_(station~seismic@context~part_data-acquisition-system)

(earth_surface)@context~on_(station~seismic@context~source_data-stream)

(earth_surface)@context~on_(station~seismic_component)

(earth_surface)@context~on_station~seismic

(earth_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming

(earth_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave

(earth_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave

(earth_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~visible

(earth_surface)@medium_land

(earth_surface)@medium_ocean

(earth_surface)@medium_water

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(jupiter_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(jupiter_setting)

This instance describes the process setting.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(mars_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(mars_setting)

This instance describes the process setting.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(mercury_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(mercury_setting)

This instance describes the process setting.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(moon_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(moon_setting)

This instance describes the process setting.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(neptune_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(neptune_setting)

This instance describes the process setting.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(saturn_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(saturn_setting)

This instance describes the process setting.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(sun_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(sun_setting)

This instance describes the process setting.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(uranus_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(uranus_setting)

This instance describes the process setting.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(venus_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(venus_setting)

This instance describes the process setting.

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_jupiter

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_mars

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_mercury

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_moon

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_neptune

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_saturn

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_sun

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_uranus

(earth_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_venus

(earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~p)@role~main_station@role~sink_arrival

(earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~p)@role~main_station@role~sink_travel

(earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~s)@role~main_station@role~sink_arrival

(earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~s)@role~main_station@role~sink_travel

(earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic)@role~main_arrival

(engine@context~in_air)@role~numerator_(engine@context~in_fuel)@role~denominator

(ethane_molecule)@context~part_bond~h-c-c-h

(fertilizer~nitrogen_utilization)@role~numerator_(fertilizer~nitrogen_application)@role~denominator

This instance describes the process application. This instance describes the process utilization.

(forage-or-residue~removed@medium_nitrogen)_(crop_harvest)@reference~at

(glacier@context~in_ice)@context~source_meltwater

(glacier@context~in_ice)_(glacier_bed)@reference~above

(glacier_bottom)@context~in_(ice_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(glacier_bottom)@context~in_(ice_sliding)

This instance describes the process sliding.

(glacier_bottom)@context~in_ice

(glacier_bottom_surface)@role~medium_conduction

(glacier_bottom_surface)@role~medium_conduction~frictional

(glacier_bottom_surface)@role~medium_conduction~geothermal

(glacier_top)@context~in_(ice@role~medium)

(glacier_top)@context~in_(ice_desublimation)

This instance describes the process desublimation.

(glacier_top)@context~in_(ice_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(glacier_top)@context~in_(ice_sublimation)

This instance describes the process sublimation.

(glacier_top)@context~in_ice

(glacier_top_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave

(glacier_top_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave

(glacier_top_surface)@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave

(glacier_top_surface)@role~medium

(grid_cell~dual)@context~in_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(grid_cell~dual_centroid)@context~in

(grid_cell~dual_edge_center)@context~in

(grid_cell~dual_face_centroid)@context~in

(grid_cell~primary)@context~in_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(grid_cell~primary_centroid)@context~in

(grid_cell~primary_edge_center)@context~in

(grid_cell~primary_face_centroid)@context~in

(grid_cell)@context~in_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(grid_cell)@context~in_water

(grid_cell)@role~sink_(water_flowing~incoming)@role~main

This instance describes the process flowing.

(grid_cell)@role~source_(water_flowing~outgoing)@role~main

This instance describes the process flowing.

(grid_cell_centroid)@context~in

(grid_cell_edge_center)@context~in

(grid_cell_face_centroid)@context~in

(grid_edge~west)@context~in_(sea@context~in_water)

(grid_node~dual)@context~in

(grid_node~primary)@context~in

(grid_node)@context~in

(grid_shell)_(grid_bottom)@reference~from

(grid_shell)_(grid_bottom)@reference~to

(grid_shell)_(grid_top)@reference~from

(grid_shell)_(grid_top)@reference~to

(human@context~part_eye)@role~main_photon@role~in_detection

(iron_atom)@context~part_neutron

(iron_atom)@context~part_proton

(land~vegetated_floor)@role~sink_water@role~main_interception

(land_allocation)@medium_crop

This instance describes the process allocation.

(land_subsurface)@context~at_aquifer~left@context~source_(channel~river_bed)@context~sink_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(land_subsurface)@context~at_aquifer~right@context~source_(channel~river_bed)@context~sink_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(land_subsurface)@context~source_(water_runoff)

This instance describes the process runoff.

(land_surface~horizontal)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave

(land_surface)@context~0-to-100cm-below_(soil@medium_water)

(land_surface)@context~0-to-10cm-below_(soil@medium_water)

(land_surface)@context~0-to-10cm-below_soil

(land_surface)@context~10-to-40cm-below_(soil@medium_water)

(land_surface)@context~10-to-40cm-below_soil

(land_surface)@context~100-to-200cm-below_(soil@medium_water)

(land_surface)@context~100-to-200cm-below_soil

(land_surface)@context~40-to-100cm-below_(soil@medium_water)

(land_surface)@context~40-to-100cm-below_soil

(land_surface)@context~above~10m_(air_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(land_surface)@context~above~10m_air

(land_surface)@context~above_(air_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(land_surface)@context~above_air

(land_surface)@context~above_wind

(land_surface)@context~at_air@context~in_radiation~longwave~downward

(land_surface)@context~at_air@context~in_radiation~longwave~downwelling

(land_surface)@context~at_air@context~in_radiation~shortwave~downwelling

(land_surface)@context~at_radiation~shortwave~downward

(land_surface)@context~at_radiation~solar

(land_surface)@context~at_sunshine

(land_surface)@context~below_ground@context~in_water

(land_surface)@context~exchange_radiation

This instance describes the process radiation.

(land_surface)@context~exchange_radiation~longwave

(land_surface)@context~exchange_radiation~shortwave

(land_surface)@context~in_(soil@role~medium_conduction)

This instance describes the process conduction.

(land_surface)@context~on_((water_flowing)@role~main_sink@role~sink)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(land_surface)@context~on_((water_flowing)@role~main_source@role~source)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(land_surface)@context~on_(snow_accumulation)

(land_surface)@context~on_(snow_sublimation)

This instance describes the process sublimation.

(land_surface)@context~on_(vegetation@context~part_leaf)

(land_surface)@context~on_(vegetation@context~part_stomata)

(land_surface)@context~on_(water_baseflow)

This instance describes the process baseflow.

(land_surface)@context~on_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(land_surface)@context~on_(water_runoff)

This instance describes the process runoff.

(land_surface)@context~on_(water_surface)

(land_surface)@context~on_water

(land_surface)@context~optional~sink_(sea_surface)@context~optional~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave

(land_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming

(land_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave

(land_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave

(land_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave~diffuse

(land_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave~direct

(land_surface)@context~source_(water_evaporation)

This instance describes the process evaporation.

(land_surface)@context~source_(water_evapotranspiration)

This instance describes the process evapotranspiration.

(land_surface)@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave

(land_surface)@medium_infiltration

(land_surface)@medium_infiltration_(water_ponding)

This instance describes the process ponding.

(land_surface)@role~exchange_air@role~exchange

(land_surface)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_absorption

(land_surface)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_emission

(land_surface)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_reflection

(land_surface)@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_absorption

(land_surface)@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_reflection

(land_surface)@role~main_radiation~incoming@role~in_absorption

(land_surface)@role~main_radiation~incoming@role~in_reflection

(land_surface)@role~main_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~out_emission

(land_surface)@role~medium

(land_surface)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~main_absorption

(land_surface)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~main_reflection

(land_surface)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_absorption

(land_surface)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_backscatter

(land_surface)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_reflection

(land_surface)@role~sink_radiation~incoming@role~main_absorption

(land_surface)@role~sink_radiation~incoming@role~main_reflection

(land_surface)@role~source_air@role~sink

(land_surface)@role~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~main_emission

(mars_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(venus_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

(mars_surface_viewpoint)@reference~at_(venus_setting)

This instance describes the process setting.

(material_mineral-phase~melt)@medium_water

(material_mineral-phase)@context~in_oxygen

(material_mineral-phase)@medium_(carbonatite_melt)

(material_mineral-phase)@medium_(material_melt~partial)

(material_mineral-phase)@medium_water

(model@context~in_(grid_axis~x))@role~first_(model@context~in_axis~east)@role~second

(ozone_molecule)@context~part_bond~o-o

(projectile_impaction)@context~source_crater

(projectile_trajectory_origin)@context~at_(land_surface)

(projectile_trajectory_origin)@context~at_projectile

(projectile_trajectory_origin)@context~at_wind

(projectile_trajectory_target)@context~at_(land_surface)

(projectile_trajectory_target)@reference~at_projectile

(sea@context~adjacent_(shoreline_axis~x))@role~first_axis~east@role~second

(sea@context~adjacent_shoreline)@context~sink_wave~breaking

This instance describes the process breaking.

(sea@context~adjacent_shoreline)@context~sink_wave~incoming

(sea@context~adjacent_shoreline)@context~sink_wave~incoming~deepwater

(sea@context~at_(ice_bottom))@context~below_(sea@context~in_(water@medium))

(sea@context~at_(ice_bottom))@context~below_(sea@context~in_water)

(sea@context~at_(ice_bottom))@role~source_(sea@context~in_water)@role~sink_salt@role~main

(sea@context~at_(ice_surface))@context~above_air

(sea@context~at_ice)@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave~downward

(sea@context~at_ice)@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave~upward

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_absorption

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_reflection

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_transmission

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_absorption

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_reflection

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_transmission

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~main_radiation~incoming@role~in_absorption

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~main_radiation~incoming@role~in_reflection

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~main_radiation~incoming@role~in_transmission

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~main_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~out_emission

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~main_absorption

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~main_reflection

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~main_transmission

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_absorption

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_reflection

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_transmission

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~sink_radiation~incoming@role~main_absorption

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~sink_radiation~incoming@role~main_reflection

(sea@context~at_ice)@role~sink_radiation~incoming@role~main_transmission

(sea@context~in_water)_(sea_bottom)@reference~above

(sea@context~in_water)_(sea_surface)@reference~below

(sea_bed)@context~at_(freshwater_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(sea_bottom)@context~at_((water_flowing)@context~in_(debris_plug-layer))

(sea_bottom)@context~at_((water_flowing)@context~in_(debris_shear-layer))

(sea_bottom)@context~at_((water_flowing)@context~in_(debris_top))

(sea_bottom)@context~at_((water_flowing)@context~in_debris)

(sea_bottom)@context~at_(water@context~in_(debris_deposit))

This instance describes the process deposition.

(sea_bottom)@context~at_(water@medium)

(sea_bottom)@context~at_(water@role~medium)

(sea_bottom)@context~at_(water@role~medium_immersed_sediment@role~main)

(sea_bottom)@context~at_radiation~incoming

(sea_bottom)@context~at_radiation~incoming~longwave

(sea_bottom)@context~at_radiation~incoming~shortwave

(sea_bottom)@context~at_water

(sea_bottom)@context~on_(sediment@medium)

(sea_bottom)@context~on_(sediment@medium_clay)

(sea_bottom)@context~on_(sediment@medium_mud)

(sea_bottom)@context~on_(sediment@medium_sand)

(sea_bottom)@context~on_(sediment@medium_silt)

(sea_bottom)@context~on_(sediment_bulk)

(sea_bottom)@context~on_(sediment_deposition)

This instance describes the process deposition.

(sea_bottom)@context~on_(sediment_grain)

(sea_bottom)@context~on_(sediment_layer)

(sea_bottom)@context~on_(sediment_particle)

(sea_bottom)@context~on_sediment

(sea_bottom)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_absorption

(sea_bottom)@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_reflection

(sea_bottom)@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_absorption

(sea_bottom)@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_reflection

(sea_bottom)@role~main_radiation~incoming@role~in_absorption

(sea_bottom)@role~main_radiation~incoming@role~in_reflection

(sea_bottom)@role~main_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~out_emission

(sea_bottom)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~main_absorption

(sea_bottom)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~main_reflection

(sea_bottom)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_absorption

(sea_bottom)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_reflection

(sea_bottom)@role~sink_radiation~incoming@role~main_absorption

(sea_bottom)@role~sink_radiation~incoming@role~main_reflection

(sea_bottom)@role~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~main_emission

(sea_bottom_surface)@context~at_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(sea_bottom_surface)@role~medium

(sea_surface)@context~above_(air@medium_carbon-dioxide)

(sea_surface)@context~above_(air@medium_water~vapor)

(sea_surface)@context~above_(air_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(sea_surface)@context~above_air

(sea_surface)@context~at_storm@context~source_(water_surging)

This instance describes the process surging.

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water@medium)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water@medium_carbon-dioxide)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water@role~medium)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~2mk3)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~2mk3_amphidromic-points)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~2n2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~2q1)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~2sm2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~j1)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~k1)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~k2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~l2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~lam2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~m1)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~m2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~m3)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~m4)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~m6)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~m8)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~mf)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~mk3)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~mm)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~mn4)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~ms4)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~msf)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~mu2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~n2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~nu2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~o1)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~oo1)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~oo2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~p1)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~q1)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~r2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~rho)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~s1)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~s2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~s4)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~s6)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~sa)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~ssa)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituent~t2)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_tide_constituents~all)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_wave~breaking)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_wave)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_wave_crest_x-section_vertex)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_wave_crestline)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_wave_orbit)

(sea_surface)@context~in_(water_wave_ray)

(sea_surface)@context~in_water

(sea_surface)@context~sink_(atmosphere@role~source_water@role~main_precipitation)

This instance describes the process precipitation.

(sea_surface)@context~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave

(sea_surface)@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave

(sea_surface)@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_absorption

(sea_surface)@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_reflection

(sea_surface)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_absorption

(sea_surface)@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_reflection

(sea_surface)@role~source_water@role~main_evaporation

(sea_water)_(sea_bottom)@reference~to

(snowpack_bottom)@role~medium_conduction

(snowpack_surface)@role~main_indentation

(snowpack_top)@context~above_air

(snowpack_top)@role~medium

(snowpack_top_surface)@role~main_indentation

(soil@context~in_(carbon_pool~stabilized))@role~sink_(soil@context~in_(carbon_pool~microbial))@role~sink_carbon~decomposed@role~main_addition

(soil@context~in_(residue_pool))@role~sink_(crop@context~source_residue)@role~main_addition

(soil@context~medium_macropores)@medium_water

(soil@context~on_(plant_residue))@role~source_water@role~main_evaporation

(soil_denitrification)@role~source_nitrous-oxide-as-nitrogen@role~main_emission

This instance describes the process denitrification.

(soil_layer~0)@medium

(soil_layer~1)@medium

(soil_layer~1)@medium_water

(soil_layer~2)@medium

(soil_layer)@context~in_(matter~organic~stabilized@medium_carbon)

(soil_layer)@medium_carbon~stabilized

(soil_layer)@medium_water

(soil_nitrification)@role~source_nitrous-oxide-as-nitrogen@role~main_emission

This instance describes the process nitrification.

(soil_pool~stabilized)@context~in_carbon

(soil_pool)@role~sink_pool~microbial@role~sink_carbon~decomposed@role~main_addition

(soil_profile)@context~in_ammonium-as-nitrogen

(soil_profile)@context~in_nitrate-as-nitrogen

(soil_profile_bottom)@role~source_water@role~main_drainage

This instance has the following attributes:

(soil_sat-zone_top)@role~main_water@role~in_recharge

(soil_surface)@context~on_(water_runoff)

This instance describes the process runoff.

(soil_surface)@context~on_residue~standing@context~in_carbon@role~numerator_nitrogen@role~denominator

(soil_surface)@medium_water

(soil_surface)@role~sink_water@role~main_infiltration

(soil_surface)@role~sink_water@role~main_irrigation

(soil_surface)@role~source_water@role~main_evaporation

(substrates~organic_decomposition)@context~source_(nitrogen_mineralization)

This instance describes the process mineralization.

(tank~storage~open-top@context~part_outlet)@role~source_(water_flowing)@role~main

This instance describes the process flowing.

(titan@context~surrounding_atmosphere)@role~source_methane@role~main_precipitation

(vegetation_canopy)@context~source_(water_evaporation)

This instance describes the process evaporation.

(vegetation_canopy)@medium_throughfall_water

(vegetation_canopy)@role~main_water@role~in_interception

(vegetation_canopy)@role~sink_water@role~main_interception

(vegetation_canopy)@role~source_water@role~main_transpiration

(venus_orbit)@role~first_(venus_ecliptic)@role~second

(water@medium_diatoms)@context~in_carbon

(water@medium_diatoms)@context~in_chlorophyll

(water@medium_diatoms)@context~in_nitrogen

(water_flowing)@context~in_(debris_plug-layer)

(water_flowing)@context~in_(debris_shear-layer)

(water_flowing)@context~in_(debris_top)

(water_flowing)@context~in_debris

(water_flowing)@medium_(sediment_grain)

This instance describes the process flowing.

(water_flowing)@medium_sediment

This instance describes the process flowing.

(water_flowing)@medium_sediment~bedload

This instance describes the process flowing.

(water_flowing)@medium_sediment~suspended

This instance describes the process flowing.

(water_flowing)@medium_sediment~washload

This instance describes the process flowing.

(water_flowing)@medium_transportation_sediment~suspended

This instance describes the process flowing.

(water_flowing)@role~exchange_friction

This instance describes the process flowing.

(water_flowing)@role~main_sink@role~sink

This instance describes the process flowing.

(water_flowing)@role~main_source@role~source

This instance describes the process flowing.

(water_flowing)@role~medium_dissipation

This instance describes the process flowing.

(water_flowing_x-section)@medium_sediment~suspended

(water_molecule)@context~part_(bond~h-o_dissociation)

This instance describes the process dissociation.

(water_molecule)@context~part_bond~h-o

(water_molecule)@context~part_bond~h-o-h

(water_molecule)@context~part_hydrogen

aerosol@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave~downward

aerosol@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave~upward

aerosol@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_absorption

aerosol@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_reflection

aerosol@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_transmission

aerosol@role~main_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~out_emission

aerosol@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_absorption

aerosol@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_reflection

aerosol@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_transmission

air~dry@role~numerator_water~vapor@role~denominator

air

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process adiabatic-process.

air@context~in_helium-plume

air@context~in_radiation~visible

air@context~in_water~liquid~20C

air@context~in_water~vapor

air@medium_(radiation_optical-path)

air@medium_attenuation_radiation

This instance describes the process radiation.

air@medium_bubble-point_water~vapor

This instance has the following attributes:

air@medium_carbon-dioxide

air@medium_dew-point_water~vapor

This instance has the following attributes:

air@medium_equilibrium_carbon-dioxide

This instance has the following attributes:

air@medium_equilibrium_water~vapor

This instance has the following attributes:

air@medium_frost-point_water~vapor

This instance has the following attributes:

air@medium_mercury~gaseous~divalent

air@medium_mercury~gaseous~elemental

air@medium_mercury~gaseous~monovalent

air@medium_nitrogen~atomic

air@medium_nmvoc~anthropogenic-as-carbon

air@medium_nmvoc~biogenic-as-carbon

air@medium_refraction_radiation

This instance describes the process radiation.

air@medium_saturated_carbon-dioxide

This instance has the following attributes:

air@medium_saturated_water~vapor

This instance has the following attributes:

air@medium_water~vapor

air@role~exchange_land@role~exchange

air@role~main_radiation@role~out_emission

This instance describes the process radiation.

air@role~sink_canopy@role~main_radiation@role~out_emission

This instance describes the process radiation.

air@role~sink_cloud@role~main_radiation@role~out_emission

This instance describes the process radiation.

air@role~source_land@role~sink

air

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process advection.

air

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process convection.

air

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process diffusion.

air_flow

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process flowing.

air

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isentropic-process.

air

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

air

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

air

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

air

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process adiabatic-process.

aircraft

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process flight.

airfoil

This phenomenon is abstracted by airfoil.

This instance describes the process dragging.

airfoil

This phenomenon is abstracted by airfoil.

This instance describes the process lift.

airplane_wingspan

This phenomenon is abstracted by wingspan.

This instance has the following components:

aluminum

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

ammonia-as-nitrogen

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process volatilization.

ammonium-as-nitrogen

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process leaching.

ammonium-as-nitrogen

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process nitrification.

ammonium

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process leaching.

anagenesis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Anagenesis is the gradual evolution of a species that continues to exist as an interbreeding population. This contrasts with cladogenesis, which occurs when there is branching or splitting, leading to two or more lineages and resulting in separate species.

aneurysm

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
An aneurysm is an outward bulging, likened to a bubble or balloon, caused by a localized, abnormal, weak spot on a blood vessel wall. Aneurysms are a result of a weakened blood vessel wall, and may be a result of a hereditary condition or an acquired disease.

antibiosis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Antibiosis is a biological interaction between two or more organisms that is detrimental to at least one of them; it can also be an antagonistic association between an organism and the metabolic substances produced by another. Examples of antibiosis include the relationship between antibiotics and bacteria or animals and disease-causing pathogens.

anvil

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

apoptosis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Apoptosis (from Ancient Greek ἀπόπτωσις "falling off") is a form of programmed cell death that occurs in multicellular organisms. Biochemical events lead to characteristic cell changes (morphology) and death.

aquifer~left@role~source_(channel~stream@context~part_reach)@role~sink_(water_flowing)@role~main_baseflow

This instance describes the process flowing.

aquifer~right@role~source_(channel~stream@context~part_reach)@role~sink_(water_flowing)@role~main_baseflow

This instance describes the process flowing.

atmosphere@context~in_((air_flowing)@medium_sediment~suspended)

This instance describes the process flowing.

atmosphere@context~in_((air_flowing)@medium_snow~suspended)

This instance describes the process flowing.

atmosphere@context~in_(aerosol@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave~downward)

atmosphere@context~in_(aerosol@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave~upward)

atmosphere@context~in_(aerosol@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_absorption)

This instance describes the process absorption.

atmosphere@context~in_(aerosol@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_reflection)

This instance describes the process reflection.

atmosphere@context~in_(aerosol@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_transmission)

This instance describes the process transmission.

atmosphere@context~in_(aerosol@role~main_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~out_emission)

This instance describes the process emission.

atmosphere@context~in_(aerosol@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_absorption)

This instance describes the process absorption.

atmosphere@context~in_(aerosol@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_reflection)

This instance describes the process reflection.

atmosphere@context~in_(aerosol@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_transmission)

This instance describes the process transmission.

atmosphere@context~in_(air~dry_adiabatic-process)

This instance describes the process adiabatic-process.

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_(radiation_optical-path))

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_attenuation_radiation)

This instance describes the process radiation. This instance describes the process attenuation.

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_bubble-point_water~vapor)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_carbon-dioxide)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_dew-point_water~vapor)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_equilibrium_carbon-dioxide)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_equilibrium_water~vapor)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_frost-point_water~vapor)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_mercury~gaseous~divalent)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_mercury~gaseous~elemental)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_mercury~gaseous~monovalent)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_nitrogen~atomic)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_nmvoc~anthropogenic-as-carbon)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_nmvoc~biogenic-as-carbon)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_refraction_radiation)

This instance describes the process radiation. This instance describes the process refraction.

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_saturated_carbon-dioxide)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_saturated_water~vapor)

atmosphere@context~in_(air@medium_water~vapor)

atmosphere@context~in_(air_convection)

This instance describes the process convection.

atmosphere@context~in_(air_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

atmosphere@context~in_(air_isentropic-process)

This instance describes the process isentropic-process.

atmosphere@context~in_(air_isobaric-process)

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

atmosphere@context~in_(air_isochoric-process)

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

atmosphere@context~in_(air_isothermal-process)

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

atmosphere@context~in_(air_saturated_adiabatic-process)

This instance describes the process adiabatic-process.

atmosphere@context~in_(ball_falling)

This instance describes the process falling.

atmosphere@context~in_(clouds@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave~downward)

atmosphere@context~in_(clouds@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave~upward)

atmosphere@context~in_(clouds@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_absorption)

This instance describes the process absorption.

atmosphere@context~in_(clouds@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_reflection)

This instance describes the process reflection.

atmosphere@context~in_(clouds@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_transmission)

This instance describes the process transmission.

atmosphere@context~in_(clouds@role~main_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~out_emission)

This instance describes the process emission.

atmosphere@context~in_(clouds@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_absorption)

This instance describes the process absorption.

atmosphere@context~in_(clouds@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_reflection)

This instance describes the process reflection.

atmosphere@context~in_(clouds@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_transmission)

This instance describes the process transmission.

atmosphere@context~in_air

atmosphere@context~in_radiation~incoming~shortwave

atmosphere@context~in_water~vapor

atmosphere@context~source_(hydrometeor_falling)

This instance describes the process falling.

atmosphere@context~source_(raindrop_falling)

This instance describes the process falling.

atmosphere@context~source_graupel

atmosphere@context~source_hail

atmosphere@context~source_hydrometeor

atmosphere@context~source_ice

atmosphere@context~source_icefall

This instance describes the process precipitation.

atmosphere@context~source_sleet

atmosphere@context~source_snow

atmosphere@context~source_snowfall

This instance describes the process precipitation.

atmosphere@context~source_water

atmosphere@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_absorption

atmosphere@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_reflection

atmosphere@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_transmission

atmosphere@role~main_radiation@role~in_transmission

This instance describes the process radiation.

atmosphere@role~medium_dust~aerosol@role~main_radiation@role~in_transmission

This instance describes the process radiation.

atmosphere@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_absorption

atmosphere@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_reflection

atmosphere@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_transmission

atmosphere@role~source_graupel@role~main_precipitation

atmosphere@role~source_hail@role~main_precipitation

atmosphere@role~source_ice@role~main_precipitation

atmosphere@role~source_icefall@role~main_precipitation

This instance describes the process precipitation.

atmosphere@role~source_rainfall@role~main_precipitation

This instance describes the process precipitation.

atmosphere@role~source_sleet@role~main_precipitation

atmosphere@role~source_snow@role~main_precipitation

atmosphere@role~source_snowfall@role~main_precipitation

This instance describes the process precipitation.

atmosphere@role~source_water@role~main_precipitation

atmosphere_air-column

This phenomenon is abstracted by column.

This instance has the following components:

atmosphere_datum~vertical~tidal~msl

This phenomenon is abstracted by datum%257Evertical%257Etidal%257Emsl.

This instance has the following components:

atmosphere_top_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

autolysis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In biology, autolysis, more commonly known as self-digestion, refers to the destruction of a cell through the action of its own enzymes. It may also refer to the digestion of an enzyme by another molecule of the same enzyme.

automobile@context~in_battery

automobile@context~in_fuel

automobile@context~part_(bumper_bottom)

automobile@context~part_(engine@context~part_(crankshaft_rotation))

This instance describes the process rotation.

automobile@context~part_(engine@context~part_(cylinder@context~part_(piston_stroking)))

This instance describes the process stroking.

automobile@context~part_(engine@context~part_(cylinder@context~part_piston))

automobile@context~part_(engine@context~part_(cylinder_stroking))

This instance describes the process stroking.

automobile@context~part_(engine@context~part_crankshaft)

automobile@context~part_(engine@context~part_cylinder)

automobile@context~part_(tire_inflation)

This instance describes the process inflation.

automobile@context~part_axle~rear

automobile@context~part_door

automobile@context~part_engine

automobile@context~part_fuel-tank

automobile@context~part_seat-belt

automobile@context~part_tire

automobile@context~part_wheel

automobile@medium_cargo

automobile@medium_seating_human

automobile@role~sink_(driver_reaction)@role~main_driving

This instance describes the process reaction.

automobile@role~sink_fuel@role~main_consumption

automobile@role~source_carbon-dioxide@role~main_emission

automobile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process acceleration.

automobile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process acceleration%257E0-to-60mph.

automobile_axis~vertical

This phenomenon is abstracted by axis%257Evertical.

This instance has the following components:

automobile_bottom

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process approach.

automobile_bottom

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process breakover.

automobile_bottom

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process departure.

automobile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process braking.

automobile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process dragging.

automobile_front_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

This instance has the following components:

automobile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process lifetime-travel.

automobile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process lift.

automobile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process manufacture.

automobile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process stopping.

automobile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process travel.

automobile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process turning.

automobile_wheelbase

This phenomenon is abstracted by wheelbase.

This instance has the following components:

autopsy

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
An autopsy (post-mortem examination, obduction, necropsy, or autopsia cadaverum) is a surgical procedure that consists of a thorough examination of a corpse by dissection to determine the cause, mode and manner of death or to evaluate any disease or injury that may be present for research or educational purposes. (The term "necropsy" is generally reserved for non-human animals; see below).

avalanche

This instance describes the process avalanche.

ball

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process falling.

baseball-bat@role~main_baseball@role~main_impaction

This instance describes the process impaction.

basin~drainage@context~in_rain-gauge

basin~drainage@context~in_weather-station

basin~drainage@context~part_((channel@context~part_entrance)@role~sink)

basin~drainage@context~part_((channel@context~part_exit)@role~sink)

basin~drainage@context~part_(channel~longest_centerline)

basin~drainage@context~part_(channel-network@context~part_link~exterior)

basin~drainage@context~part_(channel-network@context~part_link~interior)

basin~drainage@context~part_(channel-network@context~part_source)

basin~drainage@context~part_(channel-network_graph)

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet~terminal@context~at_(water_flowing))

This instance describes the process flowing.

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~at_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~bedload))

This instance describes the process flowing.

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~at_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~suspended))

This instance describes the process flowing.

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~at_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~washload))

This instance describes the process flowing.

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~at_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment))

This instance describes the process flowing.

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~at_(channel_bottom))

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~at_(water_flowing_friction))

This instance describes the process friction. This instance describes the process flowing.

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~at_(water_flowing_x-section))

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~at_(water_flowing_x-section_top))

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~at_sediment)

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~part_bank~left)

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet@context~part_bank~right)

basin~drainage@context~part_(outlet_center)

basin~drainage@context~part_channel~longest

basin~drainage@context~part_channel-network

basin~drainage@context~part_channels

basin~drainage@context~part_outlet

basin~drainage@context~part_sources

basin~drainage@medium_channel-network

basin~drainage@medium_grassland

basin~drainage@medium_land~burned

basin~drainage@medium_land~forested

basin~drainage_boundary

This phenomenon is abstracted by boundary.

This instance has the following components:

basin~drainage_centroid

This phenomenon is abstracted by boundary.

This instance has the following components:

bear~black~american@context~part_body

bear~black~american@context~part_brain

bear~black~american@context~part_head

bear@context~part_body

bear@context~part_brain

bedrock@context~in_material

bedrock_(land_surface)@reference~below

bedrock_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

bedrock_surface_land-mask

This phenomenon is abstracted by land-mask.

bedrock_surface_sea-mask

This phenomenon is abstracted by sea-mask.

bedrock

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process uplift.

bergeron-findeisen-process

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
The Wegener–Bergeron–Findeisen process (after Alfred Wegener, Tor Bergeron and Walter Findeisen), (or "cold-rain process") is a process of ice crystal growth that occurs in mixed phase clouds (containing a mixture of supercooled water and ice) in regions where the ambient vapor pressure falls between the saturation vapor pressure over water and the lower saturation vapor pressure over ice. This is a subsaturated environment for liquid water but a supersaturated environment for ice resulting in rapid evaporation of liquid water and rapid ice crystal growth through vapor deposition.

biogenesis

biomass~harvested@medium_grain

biomass~microbial@context~in_(soil_pool~organic~stabilized)@context~in_nitrogen

biomass~microbial

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process decomposition.

biomass~removed@context~in_nitrogen

biomass@context~in_(crop_harvest)@reference~at_(nitrogen_accumulation)

This instance describes the process accumulation.

biopoiesis

Alternative labels for this instance are: abiogenesis.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Abiogenesis, or informally the origin of life, is the natural process by which life has arisen from non-living matter, such as simple organic compounds. While the details of this process are still unknown, the prevailing scientific hypothesis is that the transition from non-living to living entities was not a single event, but a gradual process of increasing complexity that involved molecular self-replication, self-assembly, autocatalysis, and the emergence of cell membranes.

black-hole

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A black hole is a region of spacetime exhibiting such strong gravitational effects that nothing—not even particles and electromagnetic radiation such as light—can escape from inside it. The theory of general relativity predicts that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

blood@medium_platelet

blood@medium_red-blood-cell

blood@medium_white-blood-cell

bluejack-oak@context~part_trunk

body

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process travel.

bond

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A chemical bond is a lasting attraction between atoms, ions or molecules that enables the formation of chemical compounds. The bond may result from the electrostatic force of attraction between oppositely charged ions as in ionic bonds or through the sharing of electrons as in covalent bonds.

This instance describes the process bonding.

bond~c-c-c

This instance is a narrower concept derived from bond.

bond~c-h

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
The carbon-hydrogen bond (C–H bond) is a bond between carbon and hydrogen atoms that can be found in many organic compounds. This bond is a covalent bond meaning that carbon shares its outer valence electrons with up to four hydrogens.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from bond.

bond~h-c-c-h

This instance is a narrower concept derived from bond.

bond~h-h

This instance is a narrower concept derived from bond.

bond~h-o

This instance is a narrower concept derived from bond.

bond~h-o-h

This instance is a narrower concept derived from bond.

bond~h-o

This instance describes the process dissociation.

bond~n-n

This instance is a narrower concept derived from bond.

bond~o-o

This instance is a narrower concept derived from bond.

canalization

carbon

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process decomposition.

carpool

cascade

Alternative labels for this instance are: waterfall.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A waterfall is an area where water flows over a vertical drop or a series of steep drops in the course of a stream or river. Waterfalls also occur where meltwater drops over the edge of a tabular iceberg or ice shelf.

This instance describes the process cascading.

catagenesis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Catagenesis is a term used in petroleum geology to describe the cracking process which results in the conversion of organic kerogens into hydrocarbons.

channel~longest_centerline

This phenomenon is abstracted by centerline.

This instance has the following components:

channel~main@context~part_(entrance~wetted_x-section)

channel~main@context~part_(entrance_center)

channel~main@context~part_(entrance_x-section)

channel~main@context~part_(entrance_x-section_top)

channel~main@context~part_entrance

channel~river@medium_water

channel~stream@context~part_reach

channel~wetted_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

This instance has the following components:

channel@context~in_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~bedload)

This instance describes the process flowing.

channel@context~in_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~suspended)

This instance describes the process flowing.

channel@context~in_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~washload)

This instance describes the process flowing.

channel@context~in_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment)

This instance describes the process flowing.

channel@context~in_((water_flowing)@role~exchange_friction)

This instance describes the process friction. This instance describes the process flowing.

channel@context~in_((water_flowing)@role~medium_dissipation)

This instance describes the process dissipation. This instance describes the process flowing.

channel@context~in_(water@context~in_(processes@role~source_oxygen~photosynthetic@role~main_production))

This instance describes the process production. This instance describes the process processing.

channel@context~in_(water@context~in_sediment~bedload)

channel@context~in_(water@context~in_sediment~suspended)

channel@context~in_(water@medium_immersed_(sediment~bedload_grain))

channel@context~in_(water@medium_sediment~suspended)

channel@context~in_(water@medium_sediment~washload)

channel@context~in_(water@medium_sediment)

channel@context~in_(water@medium_settling_(sediment_grain))

This instance describes the process settling.

channel@context~in_(water@role~first_(channel_bottom_surface)@role~second)

channel@context~in_(water@role~main_reaeration)

This instance describes the process reaeration.

channel@context~in_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

channel@context~in_(water_flowing_x-section)

channel@context~in_(water_hydraulic-jump)

channel@context~in_(water_surface)

channel@context~in_(water_x-section)

channel@context~in_(water_x-section_top)

channel@context~in_(weir@context~source_(water_discharging))

This instance describes the process discharging.

channel@context~in_water

channel@context~part_(entrance_center)

channel@context~part_(exit_center)

channel@context~part_(valley_centerline)

channel@context~part_bank

channel@context~part_entrance

channel@context~part_exit

channel-network@context~part_link~exterior

channel-network@context~part_link~interior

channel-network@context~part_source

channel-network@context~part_source~of-water

channel-network_graph

This phenomenon is abstracted by graph.

This instance has the following components:

channel_bottom_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

channel_centerline

This phenomenon is abstracted by centerline.

This instance has the following components:

channel_centerline_endpoint~downstream

This phenomenon is abstracted by endpoint%257Edownstream.

channel_centerline_endpoint~upstream

This phenomenon is abstracted by endpoint%257Eupstream.

channel

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process meandering.

channel

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process meandering. This instance describes the process migration.

channel_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

This instance has the following components:

channel_x-section_parabola

This phenomenon is abstracted by parabola.

channel_x-section_top

This instance has the following components:

channel_x-section_trapezoid

This phenomenon is abstracted by trapezoid.

channel_x-section_trapezoid_bottom

This instance has the following components:

channel_x-section_trapezoid_side

This instance has the following components:

channel_x-section_trapezoid_side~left

This instance has the following components:

channel_x-section_trapezoid_side~right

This instance has the following components:

chlorine@role~main_electron@role~in

chocolate~liquid@medium_water

chocolate@medium_cacao

chocolate@medium_caffeine

chocolate@medium_carbohydrate

chocolate@medium_cholesterol

chocolate@medium_fat

chocolate@medium_fat~monounsaturated

chocolate@medium_fat~polyunsaturated

chocolate@medium_fat~saturated

chocolate@medium_flavanol

chocolate@medium_lecithin

chocolate@medium_liquor

chocolate

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process conching.

chocolate

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

chocolate

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

chocolate

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process tempering.

cirrhosis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Cirrhosis is a condition in which the liver does not function properly due to long-term damage. This damage is characterized by the replacement of normal liver tissue by scar tissue.

cladogenesis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Cladogenesis is an evolutionary splitting of a parent species into two distinct species, forming a clade.This event usually occurs when a few organisms end up in new, often distant areas or when environmental changes cause several extinctions, opening up ecological niches for the survivors and causing population bottlenecks and founder effects changing allele frequencies of diverging populations compared to their ancestral population. The events that cause these species to originally separate from each other over distant areas may still allow both of the species to have equal chances of surviving, reproducing, and even evolving to better suit their environments while still being two distinct species due to subsequent natural selection, mutations and genetic drift.Cladogenesis is in contrast to anagenesis, in which an ancestral species gradually accumulates change, and eventually, when enough is accumulated, the species is sufficiently distinct and different enough from its original starting form that it can be labeled as a new form - a new species.

cloud

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In meteorology, a cloud is an aerosol consisting of a visible mass of minute liquid droplets, frozen crystals, or other particles suspended in the atmosphere of a planetary body or similar space. Water or various other chemicals may compose the droplets and crystals.

cloud~convective

This instance is a narrower concept derived from cloud.

This instance has the following attributes:

cloud~high-type

This instance is a narrower concept derived from cloud.

This instance has the following attributes:

cloud~low-type

This instance is a narrower concept derived from cloud.

This instance has the following attributes:

cloud~medium-type

This instance is a narrower concept derived from cloud.

This instance has the following attributes:

cloud~stratiform

This instance is a narrower concept derived from cloud.

This instance has the following attributes:

clouds

This instance is a plurality of cloud.

clouds@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave~downward

clouds@context~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave~upward

clouds@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_absorption

clouds@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_reflection

clouds@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_transmission

clouds@role~main_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~out_emission

clouds@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_absorption

clouds@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_reflection

clouds@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_transmission

coincidence

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A coincidence is a remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances that have no apparent causal connection with one another. The perception of remarkable coincidences may lead to supernatural, occult, or paranormal claims.

concrete@role~exchange_rubber@role~exchange_friction

conjunction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In astronomy, a conjunction occurs when two astronomical objects or spacecraft have either the same right ascension or the same ecliptic longitude, usually as observed from Earth. The astronomical symbol for conjunction is ☌ (in Unicode U+260C) and handwritten.

crankshaft

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rotation.

crater_circle

This phenomenon is abstracted by circle.

This instance has the following components:

crevasse

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A crevasse is a deep crack, or fracture, found in an ice sheet or glacier, as opposed to a crevice that forms in rock. Crevasses form as a result of the movement and resulting stress associated with the shear stress generated when two semi-rigid pieces above a plastic substrate have different rates of movement.

crop~mature~dry

This instance describes the process harvest. This instance describes the process production.

crop~mature~dry_tops

This instance has the following components:

crop~mature~dry_tops

This instance describes the process production.

crop@context~in_nitrogen

crop@context~sink_(fertilizer~nitrogen_application)

This instance describes the process application.

crop@context~source_(residue-as-carbon_decomposition)

This instance describes the process decomposition.

crop@context~source_(roots-and-rhizodeposits-as-carbon_decomposition)

This instance describes the process decomposition.

crop@context~source_residue

crop@medium_nitrogen

crop@role~source_water@role~main_transpiration

crop_biomass

This instance has the following components:

crop_biomass~dry

This instance is a narrower concept derived from crop_biomass.

This instance has the following attributes:

crop_biomass~microbial

This instance is a narrower concept derived from crop_biomass.

This instance has the following attributes:

crop_biomass~microbial

This instance describes the process decomposition.

crop_canopy

This instance has the following components:

crop

This instance describes the process harvest.

crop

This instance describes the process planting.

crop_row

This phenomenon is abstracted by row.

This instance describes the process planting.

crop

This instance describes the process production.

crop_residue_pool_decomposition

This instance describes the process decomposition.

crop

This instance describes the process rotation.

crops~legume

This instance has the following components:

crops~legume@role~sink_nitrogen@role~main_fixation

cryoplanation

Alternative labels for this instance are: altiplanation.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In geomorphology, cryoplanation or altiplanation is a term used to both describe and explain the formation of plains, terraces and pediments in periglacial environments. Uncertainty surrounds the term, and the effectiveness of the cryoplanation process is held to be limited meaning it can only produce small terraces.

cryopreservation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Cryo-preservation or cryo-conservation is a process where organelles, cells, tissues, extracellular matrix, organs, or any other biological constructs susceptible to damage caused by unregulated chemical kinetics are preserved by cooling to very low temperatures (typically −80 °C using solid carbon dioxide or −196 °C using liquid nitrogen). At low enough temperatures, any enzymatic or chemical activity which might cause damage to the biological material in question is effectively stopped.

cryosuction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Cryosuction is the concept of negative pressure in freezing soil resulting from transformation of liquid water to ice in the soil pores whereby water migrates through soil pores to the freezing zone (through capillary action). Fine-grained soils such as clays and silts enables greater negative pressures than more coarse-grained soils due to the smaller pore size.

cryoturbation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In gelisols (permafrost soils), cryoturbation (frost churning) refers to the mixing of materials from various horizons of the soil down to the bedrock due to freezing and thawing. Cryoturbation occurs to varying degrees in most gelisols.

cyclone

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In meteorology, a cyclone is a large scale air mass that rotates around a strong center of low atmospheric pressure. Cyclones are characterized by inward spiraling winds that rotate about a zone of low pressure.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from storm.

cyclone~tropical

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A tropical cyclone is a rapidly rotating storm system characterized by a low-pressure center, a closed low-level atmospheric circulation, strong winds, and a spiral arrangement of thunderstorms that produce heavy rain. Depending on its location and strength, a tropical cyclone is referred to by different names, including hurricane (), typhoon (), tropical storm, cyclonic storm, tropical depression, and simply cyclone.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from cyclone.

This instance has the following attributes:

cyclone~tropical~dvorak

This instance is a narrower concept derived from cyclone~tropical.

cylinder@context~part_(piston_stroking)

This instance describes the process stroking.

cylinder@context~part_piston

cylinder

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process stroking.

day

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A day is approximately the period of time during which the Earth completes one rotation around its axis. A solar day is the length of time which elapses between the Sun reaching its highest point in the sky two consecutive times.In 1960, the second was redefined in terms of the orbital motion of the Earth in year 1900, and was designated the SI base unit of time.

day~sidereal

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Sidereal time is a timekeeping system that astronomers use to locate celestial objects. Using sidereal time, it is possible to easily point a telescope to the proper coordinates in the night sky.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from day.

This instance has the following attributes:

day~solar-mean

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Solar time is a calculation of the passage of time based on the position of the Sun in the sky. The fundamental unit of solar time is the day.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from day.

day~stellar

This instance is a narrower concept derived from day.

This instance has the following attributes:

debris

This instance describes the process deposition.

debris_plug-layer

This instance has the following components:

debris_shear-layer

This instance has the following components:

debris_top

This instance has the following components:

delta@context~part_((channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~suspended))

This instance describes the process flowing.

delta@context~part_((channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_((water_flowing)@medium_transportation_sediment~suspended))

This instance describes the process transportation. This instance describes the process flowing.

delta@context~part_((channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water@context~in_(sediment@context~in_(sand_grain))))

delta@context~part_((channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water@context~in_(sediment@medium_clay)))

delta@context~part_((channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water@context~in_(sediment@medium_sand)))

delta@context~part_((channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water@context~in_(sediment@medium_silt)))

delta@context~part_((channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water@medium_sediment~suspended))

delta@context~part_((channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water_flowing_x-section))

delta@context~part_((channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water_x-section))

delta@context~part_((channel~main@context~part_entrance)@context~in_(water_x-section_top))

delta@context~part_((distributary@context~part_outlet)@context~in_(water_flowing_x-section))

delta@context~part_((distributary@context~part_outlet)@context~in_(water_x-section))

delta@context~part_(channel~main@context~part_(entrance~wetted_x-section))

delta@context~part_(channel~main@context~part_(entrance_center))

delta@context~part_(channel~main@context~part_(entrance_x-section))

delta@context~part_(channel~main@context~part_(entrance_x-section_top))

delta@context~part_(channel~main@context~part_entrance)

delta@context~part_(distributary@context~part_(outlet_center))

delta@context~part_(distributary@context~part_(outlet_side~left))

delta@context~part_(distributary@context~part_(outlet_side~right))

delta@context~part_(distributary@context~part_(outlet_top))

delta@context~part_(distributary@context~part_outlet)

delta@context~part_(distributary-network@context~in_water)

delta@context~part_(plain~upper@context~on_vegetation)

delta@context~part_(plain~upper_boundary~seaward)

delta@context~part_(plain_boundary)

delta@context~part_(shoreline@context~on_sediment)

delta@context~part_(shoreline_progradation)

This instance describes the process progradation.

delta@context~part_distributary

delta@context~part_distributary-network

delta@context~part_plain

delta@context~part_plain~lower

delta@context~part_plain~subaqueous

delta@context~part_plain~upper

delta@context~part_shoreline

delta@medium_plain~upper~farmed

delta@medium_plain~upper~residential

delta@medium_plain~upper~urban

delta@medium_plain~upper~vegetated

delta_apex

This phenomenon is abstracted by apex.

This instance has the following components:

delta

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process subsidence.

delta_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

This instance has the following components:

diagenesis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Diagenesis ( ) is the change of sediments or existing sedimentary rocks into a different sedimentary rock during and after rock formation (lithification), at temperatures and pressures less than that required for the formation of metamorphic rocks. It does not include changes from weathering.

dialysis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In medicine, dialysis (from Greek διάλυσις, dialysis, "dissolution"; from διά, dia, "through", and λύσις, lysis, "loosening or splitting") is the process of removing excess water, solutes, and toxins from the blood in people whose kidneys can no longer perform these functions naturally. This is referred to as renal replacement therapy.

distributary@context~part_(outlet_center)

distributary@context~part_(outlet_side~left)

distributary@context~part_(outlet_side~right)

distributary@context~part_(outlet_top)

distributary@context~part_outlet

distributary-network@context~in_water

domain_boundary

This phenomenon is abstracted by boundary.

This instance has the following components:

domain_boundary

This instance describes the process lowering.

driver

This instance describes the process reaction.

drizzle

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Drizzle is a light liquid precipitation consisting of liquid water drops smaller than those of rain – generally smaller than 0.5 mm (0.02 in) in diameter. Drizzle is normally produced by low stratiform clouds and stratocumulus clouds.

This instance describes the process precipitation.

drought

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A drought or drouth is a natural disaster of below-average precipitation in a given region, resulting in prolonged shortages in the water supply, whether atmospheric, surface water or ground water. A drought can last for months or years, or may be declared after as few as 15 days.

earth@context~in_(material@role~medium_wave~seismic~p@role~main)

earth@context~in_material

earth@context~on_day~sidereal

earth@context~on_day~solar-mean

earth@context~on_day~stellar

earth@context~surrounding_atmosphere

earth@medium_carrying_human

earth@role~first_sun@role~second

earth@role~source_body@role~main_escape

earth@role~source_mars@role~sink_(body_travel)@role~main

This instance describes the process travel.

earth_axis

This phenomenon is abstracted by axis.

This instance has the following components:

earth_axis

This instance describes the process nutation.

earth_axis

This instance describes the process precession.

earth_black-body

This phenomenon is abstracted by black-body.

This instance has the following components:

earth_boundary~core-mantle

This phenomenon is abstracted by boundary%257Ecore-mantle.

This instance has the following components:

earth_boundary~crust-mantle

This phenomenon is abstracted by boundary%257Ecrust-mantle.

This instance has the following components:

earth_boundary~lithosphere-asthenosphere

This phenomenon is abstracted by boundary%257Elithosphere-asthenosphere.

This instance has the following components:

earth_datum

This phenomenon is abstracted by datum.

This instance has the following components:

earth_datum_ellipsoid

This phenomenon is abstracted by ellipsoid.

earth_datum_ellipsoid_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

earth_datum_geodesic

This phenomenon is abstracted by geodesic.

earth_ellipsoid

This phenomenon is abstracted by ellipsoid.

This instance has the following components:

earth_equator

This phenomenon is abstracted by equator.

This instance has the following components:

earth_equator_plane

This phenomenon is abstracted by plane.

earth_orbit

This instance has the following components:

earth_orbit_aphelion

This phenomenon is abstracted by aphelion.

earth_orbit_ellipse

This phenomenon is abstracted by ellipse.

earth_orbit_ellipse_axis~semi-major

This phenomenon is abstracted by axis%257Esemi-major.

earth_orbit_ellipse_axis~semi-minor

This phenomenon is abstracted by axis%257Esemi-minor.

earth_orbit_ellipse_foci

This phenomenon is abstracted by foci.

earth_orbit_perihelion

This phenomenon is abstracted by perihelion.

earth_pole~north~magnetic

This phenomenon is abstracted by pole%257Enorth%257Emagnetic.

This instance has the following components:

earth_pole~north~virtual

This phenomenon is abstracted by pole%257Enorth%257Evirtual.

This instance has the following components:

earth_pole~south~magnetic

This phenomenon is abstracted by pole%257Esouth%257Emagnetic.

This instance has the following components:

earth

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rotation.

earth_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

earth_surface_viewpoint

This phenomenon is abstracted by viewpoint.

earthquake

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
An earthquake (also known as a quake, tremor or temblor) is the shaking of the surface of the Earth, resulting from the sudden release of energy in the Earth's lithosphere that creates seismic waves. Earthquakes can range in size from those that are so weak that they cannot be felt to those violent enough to toss people around and destroy whole cities.

This instance describes the process quaking.

earthquake@context~source_(fault_plane)

earthquake@context~source_(fault_plane_rupture)

This instance describes the process rupture.

earthquake@context~source_fault

earthquake@context~source_rupture

This instance describes the process rupture.

earthquake@context~source_slip~seismic

This instance describes the process slip%257Eseismic.

earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic

earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~love

earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~p

earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~rayleigh

earthquake@context~source_wave~seismic~s

earthquake_epicenter

This phenomenon is abstracted by epicenter.

earthquake_focus

This phenomenon is abstracted by focus.

earthquake_hypocenter

This phenomenon is abstracted by hypocenter.

ecosystem

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
An ecosystem is a community of living organisms in conjunction with the nonliving components of their environment, interacting as a system. These biotic and abiotic components are linked together through nutrient cycles and energy flows.

engine@context~in_air

engine@context~in_fuel

engine@context~part_(crankshaft_rotation)

This instance describes the process rotation.

engine@context~part_(cylinder@context~part_(piston_stroking))

This instance describes the process stroking.

engine@context~part_(cylinder@context~part_piston)

engine@context~part_(cylinder_stroking)

This instance describes the process stroking.

engine@context~part_crankshaft

engine@context~part_cylinder

entrance~wetted_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

entrance_center

This phenomenon is abstracted by center.

entrance_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

entrance_x-section_top

This instance has the following components:

equinox

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
An equinox is commonly regarded as the instant of time when the plane (extended indefinitely in all directions) of Earth's equator passes through the center of the Sun. This occurs twice each year: around 20 March and 23 September.

espionage

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Espionage or spying is the act of obtaining secret or confidential information without the permission of the holder of the information. Spies help agencies uncover secret information.

This instance describes the process spying.

exit_center

This phenomenon is abstracted by center.

extinction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In biology, extinction is the termination of an organism or of a group of organisms (taxon), usually a species. The moment of extinction is generally considered to be the death of the last individual of the species, although the capacity to breed and recover may have been lost before this point.

farmer@role~sink_crop@role~exchange

fault_plane

This phenomenon is abstracted by plane.

This instance has the following components:

fault_plane

This instance describes the process rupture.

fertilizer~nitrogen

This instance has the following components:

fertilizer~nitrogen

This instance describes the process application.

fertilizer~nitrogen

This instance describes the process utilization.

fibrosis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Fibrosis is the formation of excess fibrous connective tissue in an organ or tissue in a reparative or reactive process. This can be a reactive, benign, or pathological state.

filamentation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Filamentation is the anomalous growth of certain bacteria, such as E. coli, in which cells continue to elongate but do not divide (no septa formation). The cells that result from elongation without division have multiple chromosomal copies.

fire

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of combustion, releasing heat, light, and various reaction products. Slower oxidative processes like rusting or digestion are not included by this definition.

This instance describes the process combustion.

fires

This instance is a plurality of fire.

This instance describes the process combustion.

flood

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A flood is an overflow of water that submerges land that is usually dry. In the sense of "flowing water", the word may also be applied to the inflow of the tide.

This instance describes the process flood.

fog

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Fog is a visible aerosol consisting of tiny water droplets or ice crystals suspended in the air at or near the Earth's surface. Fog can be considered a type of low-lying cloud, usually resembling stratus, and is heavily influenced by nearby bodies of water, topography, and wind conditions.

This instance describes the process fogging.

forage-or-residue~removed@medium_nitrogen

forage-or-residue~removed_(crop_harvest)@reference~at

forage

This instance describes the process death.

forage

This instance describes the process harvest.

forecast

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Forecasting is the process of making predictions of the future based on past and present data and most commonly by analysis of trends. A commonplace example might be estimation of some variable of interest at some specified future date.

forest

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A forest is a large area dominated by trees. Hundreds of more precise definitions of forest are used throughout the world, incorporating factors such as tree density, tree height, land use, legal standing and ecological function.

forestry

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Forestry is the science and craft of creating, managing, using, conserving, and repairing forests, woodlands, and associated resources for human and environmental benefits. Forestry is practiced in plantations and natural stands.

freshwater

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process flowing.

front

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In physics, a front can be understood as a interface between two different possible states (either stable or unstable) in a physical system. For example, a Weather front is the interface between two different density masses of air, in Combustion where the flame is the interface between burned and unburned material or in Population dynamics where the front is the interface between populated and unpopulated places.

frost-front

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
The frost line—also known as frost depth or freezing depth—is most commonly the depth to which the groundwater in soil is expected to freeze. The frost depth depends on the climatic conditions of an area, the heat transfer properties of the soil and adjacent materials, and on nearby heat sources.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from front.

fuel@role~numerator_oxidizer@role~denominator

gelifluction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Gelifluction, very similar to solifluction, is the seasonal freeze-thaw action upon waterlogging topsoils which induces downslope movement. Gelifluction is prominent in periglacial regions where snow falls during six to eight months of the year.

glacier@context~in_(ice_ablation)

This instance describes the process ablation.

glacier@context~in_(ice_accumulation)

This instance describes the process accumulation.

glacier@context~in_(ice_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

glacier@context~in_(ice_fusion)

This instance describes the process fusion.

glacier@context~in_(ice_isentropic-process)

This instance describes the process isentropic-process.

glacier@context~in_(ice_isobaric-process)

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

glacier@context~in_(ice_isochoric-process)

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

glacier@context~in_(ice_isothermal-process)

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

glacier@context~in_(ice_melting)

This instance describes the process melting.

glacier@context~in_(ice_melting-point)

glacier@context~in_(ice_sublimation)

This instance describes the process sublimation.

glacier@context~in_(ice_vaporization)

This instance describes the process vaporization.

glacier@context~in_ice

glacier@medium_(glacier_ablation-zone)

glacier@medium_(glacier_accumulation-zone)

glacier_bed_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

glacier_bottom

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process sliding.

glacier_bottom_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

glacier_equilibrium-line

This phenomenon is abstracted by equilibrium-line.

This instance has the following components:

glacier_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

glacier_terminus

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process advance.

glacier_terminus

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process calving.

glacier_terminus

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process retreat.

glacier_top_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

grain@context~in_(crop_harvest)@reference~at_nitrogen

grain

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process death.

grain

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process harvest.

grid@context~in_(earth_pole~north~virtual)

ground@context~above_((soil@context~in_(residue_pool))@role~sink_(crop@context~source_residue)@role~main_addition)

This instance describes the process addition.

ground@context~above_(biomass~harvested@medium_grain)

ground@context~above_(crop@context~in_nitrogen)

ground@context~above_(crop@context~source_(residue-as-carbon_decomposition))

This instance describes the process decomposition.

ground@context~above_(crop@context~source_(roots-and-rhizodeposits-as-carbon_decomposition))

This instance describes the process decomposition.

ground@context~above_(crop@medium_nitrogen)

ground@context~above_(crop_biomass~dry)

ground@context~above_(crop_residue_pool_decomposition)@context~source_carbon

ground@context~above_crop@context~source_residue~retained

ground@context~above_residue~remaining_(crop_harvest)@reference~at

guttation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Guttation is the exudation of drops of xylem sap on the tips or edges of leaves of some vascular plants, such as grasses, and a number of fungi. Guttation is not to be confused with dew, which condenses from the atmosphere onto the plant surface.

gyre

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In oceanography, a gyre () is any large system of circulating ocean currents, particularly those involved with large wind movements. Gyres are caused by the Coriolis effect; planetary vorticity along with horizontal and vertical friction, determine the circulation patterns from the wind stress curl (torque).The term gyre can be used to refer to any type of vortex in the air or the sea, even one that is man-made, but it is most commonly used in oceanography to refer to the major ocean systems.

habitat

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In ecology, a habitat is the type of natural environment in which a particular species of organism lives. It is characterized by both physical and biological features.

heterosis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Heterosis, hybrid vigor, or outbreeding enhancement, is the improved or increased function of any biological quality in a hybrid offspring. An offspring is heterotic if its traits are enhanced as a result of mixing the genetic contributions of its parents.

human@context~part_(blood@medium_platelet)

human@context~part_(blood@medium_red-blood-cell)

human@context~part_(blood@medium_white-blood-cell)

human@context~part_eye

human@context~part_hair

human@role~sink_alcohol@role~main_consumption

human

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process hearing.

human

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process living.

hydraulic-jump

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A hydraulic jump is a phenomenon in the science of hydraulics which is frequently observed in open channel flow such as rivers and spillways. When liquid at high velocity discharges into a zone of lower velocity, a rather abrupt rise occurs in the liquid surface.

hydrometeor

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process falling.

ice@medium

ice@medium_salt

ice@role~medium

ice-shove

Alternative labels for this instance are: ice-heave, ivu, ice-surge, shoreline-ice-pileup.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
An ice shove, ice surge, ice heave, ivu, or shoreline ice pileup is a surge of ice from an ocean or large lake onto the shore. Ice shoves are caused by ocean currents, strong winds, or temperature differences pushing ice onto the shore, creating piles up to 12 metres (40 feet) high.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process ablation.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process accumulation.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process desublimation.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process flowing.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process fusion.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isentropic-process.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process melting.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process sliding.

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process sublimation.

ice_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

ice_thawing-front

This instance is a narrower concept derived from thawing-front.

This instance has the following components:

ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process vaporization.

icefall

This instance describes the process precipitation.

impaction

This instance describes the process impaction.

impaction@context~source_(crater_circle)

infarction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Infarction is tissue death (necrosis) due to inadequate blood supply to the affected area. It may be caused by artery blockages, rupture, mechanical compression, or vasoconstriction.

instrument@context~part_response-filter

jupiter

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rising.

jupiter

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process setting.

lake@context~in_(fish_sample)

lake@role~sink_(water_flowing~incoming)@role~main

This instance describes the process flowing.

lake@role~source_(water_flowing~outgoing)@role~main

This instance describes the process flowing.

lake_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

land~flooded@context~on_water

land@context~on_((vegetation_canopy)@context~source_(water_evaporation))

This instance describes the process evaporation.

land@context~on_((vegetation_canopy)@medium_throughfall_water)

This instance describes the process throughfall.

land@context~on_((vegetation_canopy)@role~main_water@role~in_interception)

This instance describes the process interception.

land@context~on_((vegetation_canopy)@role~sink_water@role~main_interception)

This instance describes the process interception.

land@context~on_((vegetation_canopy)@role~source_water@role~main_transpiration)

This instance describes the process transpiration.

land@context~part_(domain_boundary_lowering)

This instance describes the process lowering.

land@medium_(crop_production)

This instance describes the process production.

land@medium_(vegetation_canopy)

land@role~in_fertilizer~nitrogen@role~main_application

land

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process allocation.

land_soil~dry_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

land_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

land_surface~horizontal

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface%257Ehorizontal.

This instance has the following components:

land_surface_base-level

This instance has the following attributes:

land_surface_contour

This phenomenon is abstracted by contour.

land_surface_contour_segment

This instance has the following components:

land_surface_plan

This phenomenon is abstracted by plan.

land_surface_polygon

This phenomenon is abstracted by polygon.

land_surface_profile

This phenomenon is abstracted by profile.

land_surface_streamline

This phenomenon is abstracted by streamline.

land_surface_transect

land_tillage

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process tillage.

landfall

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Landfall is the event of a storm or waterspout moving over land after being over water.

landslide

This instance describes the process sliding.

lateration

life

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Life is a characteristic that distinguishes physical entities that have biological processes, such as signaling and self-sustaining processes, from those that do not, either because such functions have ceased (they have died), or because they never had such functions and are classified as inanimate. Various forms of life exist, such as plants, animals, fungi, protists, archaea, and bacteria.

This instance describes the process living.

lightning

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Lightning is a violent and sudden electrostatic discharge where two electrically charged regions in the atmosphere temporarily equalize themselves, usually during a thunderstorm. Lightning creates a wide range of electromagnetic radiations from the very hot plasma created by the electron flow, including visible light in the form of black-body radiation.

lipolysis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Lipolysis is the metabolic pathway through which lipid triglycerides are hydrolyzed into a glycerol and three fatty acids. It is used to mobilize stored energy during fasting or exercise, and usually occurs in fat adipocytes.

litterfall

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Litterfall, plant litter, leaf litter, tree litter, soil litter, or duff, is dead plant material (such as leaves, bark, needles, twigs, and cladodes) that have fallen to the ground. This detritus or dead organic material and its constituent nutrients are added to the top layer of soil, commonly known as the litter layer or O horizon ("O" for "organic").

location@reference~at_(mars_rising)

This instance describes the process rising.

lordosis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Lordosis is the normal inward lordotic curvature of the lumbar and cervical regions of the human spine. The normal outward (convex) curvature in the thoracic and sacral regions is termed kyphosis or kyphotic.

macropores_x-section~horizontal

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section%257Ehorizontal.

This instance has the following components:

macropores_x-section~vertical

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section%257Evertical.

This instance has the following components:

magnesium-chloride@role~first_water@role~second

mars@context~orbitting_moon

mars@context~surrounding_atmosphere

mars_axis

This phenomenon is abstracted by axis.

This instance has the following components:

mars_ellipsoid

This phenomenon is abstracted by ellipsoid.

This instance has the following components:

mars

This instance has the following components:

mars

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rising.

mars

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process setting.

mars_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

mars_surface_viewpoint

This phenomenon is abstracted by viewpoint.

material~melt@medium_(carbonatite_melt)

material~mohr-coulomb-plastic

This phenomenon is abstracted by mohr-coulomb-plastic.

This instance has the following components:

material@context~in_oxygen

material@medium_(material_melt~partial)

material@medium_water

material@role~medium_wave~seismic~p@role~main

material@role~medium_wave~seismic~s@role~main

material@role~medium_wave~seismic~sh@role~main

material@role~medium_wave~seismic~sv@role~main

material_flow

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process flowing.

material

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

material

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

material

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

matter~organic~stabilized@medium_carbon

meiosis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Meiosis ( (listen); from Greek μείωσις, meiosis, which means lessening) is a special type of cell division that reduces the chromosome number by half, creating four haploid cells, each genetically distinct from the parent cell that gave rise to them. This process occurs in all sexually reproducing single-celled and multicellular eukaryotes, including animals, plants, and fungi.

mercury_axis

This phenomenon is abstracted by axis.

This instance has the following components:

mercury_axis

This instance describes the process precession.

mercury

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rising.

mercury

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process setting.

model@context~in_((grid_cell~dual)@context~in_(water_flowing))

This instance describes the process flowing.

model@context~in_((grid_cell~dual_centroid)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_cell~dual_edge_center)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_cell~dual_face_centroid)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_cell~primary)@context~in_(water_flowing))

This instance describes the process flowing.

model@context~in_((grid_cell~primary_centroid)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_cell~primary_edge_center)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_cell~primary_face_centroid)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_cell)@context~in_(water_flowing))

This instance describes the process flowing.

model@context~in_((grid_cell)@context~in_water)

model@context~in_((grid_cell)@role~sink_(water_flowing~incoming)@role~main)

This instance describes the process flowing.

model@context~in_((grid_cell)@role~source_(water_flowing~outgoing)@role~main)

This instance describes the process flowing.

model@context~in_((grid_cell_centroid)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_cell_edge_center)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_cell_face_centroid)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_edge~west)@context~in_(sea@context~in_water))

model@context~in_((grid_node~dual)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_node~primary)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_node)@context~in)

model@context~in_((grid_shell)_(grid_bottom)@reference~from)

model@context~in_((grid_shell)_(grid_bottom)@reference~to)

model@context~in_((grid_shell)_(grid_top)@reference~from)

model@context~in_((grid_shell)_(grid_top)@reference~to)

model@context~in_((soil_layer~0)@medium)

model@context~in_((soil_layer~1)@medium)

model@context~in_((soil_layer~2)@medium)

model@context~in_(grid@context~in_(earth_pole~north~virtual))

model@context~in_(grid_axis~x)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~dual)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~dual_centroid)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~dual_column)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~dual_edge)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~dual_edge_center)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~dual_face)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~dual_face_centroid)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~dual_row)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~dual_surface)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~primary)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~primary_centroid)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~primary_column)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~primary_edge)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~primary_edge_center)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~primary_face)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~primary_face_centroid)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~primary_row)

model@context~in_(grid_cell~primary_surface)

model@context~in_(grid_cell)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_center)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_centroid)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_column)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_edge~east)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_edge~north)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_edge~south)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_edge~west)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_edge~x)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_edge~y)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_edge)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_edge_center)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_face)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_face_centroid)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_row)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_row-major-offset)

model@context~in_(grid_cell_surface)

model@context~in_(grid_column)

model@context~in_(grid_edge~east)

model@context~in_(grid_edge~north)

model@context~in_(grid_edge~south)

model@context~in_(grid_edge~west)

model@context~in_(grid_node~dual~x)

model@context~in_(grid_node~dual~y)

model@context~in_(grid_node~dual~z)

model@context~in_(grid_node~dual)

model@context~in_(grid_node~primary~x)

model@context~in_(grid_node~primary~y)

model@context~in_(grid_node~primary~z)

model@context~in_(grid_node~primary)

model@context~in_(grid_node)

model@context~in_(grid_row)

model@context~in_(grid_shell)

model@context~in_(soil_layer~0)

model@context~in_(soil_layer~0_saturated)

model@context~in_(soil_layer~1)

model@context~in_(soil_layer~1_saturated)

model@context~in_(soil_layer~2)

model@context~in_(soil_layer~2_saturated)

model@context~in_(soil_layer)

model@context~in_axis~east

moon

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rising.

moon

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process setting.

multilateration

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Multilateration is a navigation and surveillance technique based on the measurement of the times of arrival (TOAs) of energy waves (radio, acoustic, seismic, etc.) having a known propagation speed. The time origin for the TOAs is arbitrary.

neptune

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rising.

neptune

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process setting.

night

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Night or nighttime (sp. night-time or night time) is the period from sunset to sunrise in each twenty-four hours, when the Sun is below the horizon.

nitrate-as-nitrogen

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process denitrification.

nitrate-as-nitrogen

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process leaching.

nitrate

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process leaching.

nitrogen

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process accumulation.

nitrogen

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process application.

nitrogen

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process immobilization.

nitrogen

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process mineralization.

ocean@context~part_wave

orbit_aphelion

This phenomenon is abstracted by aphelion.

orbit_perihelion

This phenomenon is abstracted by perihelion.

outlet~terminal@context~at_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

outlet@context~at_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~bedload)

This instance describes the process flowing.

outlet@context~at_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~suspended)

This instance describes the process flowing.

outlet@context~at_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment~washload)

This instance describes the process flowing.

outlet@context~at_((water_flowing)@medium_sediment)

This instance describes the process flowing.

outlet@context~at_(channel_bottom)

outlet@context~at_(water_flowing_friction)

This instance describes the process flowing. This instance describes the process friction.

outlet@context~at_(water_flowing_x-section)

outlet@context~at_(water_flowing_x-section_top)

outlet@context~at_sediment

outlet@context~part_bank~left

outlet@context~part_bank~right

outlet_center

This phenomenon is abstracted by center.

outlet_side~left

This instance has the following components:

outlet_side~right

This instance has the following components:

outlet_top

This instance has the following components:

outlet_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

panspermia

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Panspermia (from Ancient Greek πᾶν (pan), meaning 'all', and σπέρμα (sperma), meaning 'seed') is the hypothesis that life exists throughout the Universe, distributed by space dust, meteoroids, asteroids, comets, planetoids, and also by spacecraft carrying unintended contamination by microorganisms. Distribution may have occurred between galaxies, and so may not be restricted to the limited scale of solar systems.Panspermia hypotheses propose (for example) that microscopic life-forms that can survive the effects of space (such as extremophiles) can become trapped in debris ejected into space after collisions between planets and small Solar System bodies that harbor life.

paralysis

This instance describes the process paralyze.

particle_motion

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process motion.

particle_motion

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process motion. This instance describes the process acceleration.

pavement@role~exchange_rubber@role~exchange_friction

peristalsis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Peristalsis is a radially symmetrical contraction and relaxation of muscles that propagates in a wave down a tube, in an anterograde direction. In much of a digestive tract such as the human gastrointestinal tract, smooth muscle tissue contracts in sequence to produce a peristaltic wave, which propels a ball of food (called a bolus while in the esophagus and upper gastrointestinal tract and chyme in the stomach) along the tract.

permafrost

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In geology, permafrost is ground, including rock or (cryotic) soil, at or below the freezing point of water 0 °C (32 °F) for two or more years. Most permafrost is located in high latitudes (in and around the Arctic and Antarctic regions), but at lower latitudes alpine permafrost occurs at higher elevations.

This instance has the following attributes:

photon

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
The photon is a type of elementary particle, the quantum of the electromagnetic field including electromagnetic radiation such as light, and the force carrier for the electromagnetic force (even when static via virtual particles). The photon has zero rest mass and always moves at the speed of light within a vacuum.

physics@context~in_(vacuum@context~in_radiation~electromagnetic)

physics@context~in_vacuum

pipe@context~in_((water_flowing)@role~exchange_friction)

This instance describes the process friction. This instance describes the process flowing.

piston

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process stroking.

plain~upper@context~on_vegetation

plain~upper_boundary~seaward

This phenomenon is abstracted by boundary%257Eseaward.

This instance has the following components:

plain_boundary

This phenomenon is abstracted by boundary.

This instance has the following components:

plant@context~part_root_(grain_harvest)@reference~at_(grain_death)@reference~at_(forage_harvest)@reference~at_(forage_death)@reference~at

plant_(grain_harvest)@reference~at_(grain_death)@reference~at_(forage_harvest)@reference~at_(forage_death)@reference~at

plant_residue

This instance has the following components:

plants~living@role~source_water@role~main_evaporation

power-blackout

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A power outage (also called a power cut, a power out, a power blackout, power failure or a blackout) is a short-term or a long-term loss of the electric power to a particular area. There are many causes of power failures in an electricity network.

processes

This instance describes the process processing.

processes@role~source_oxygen~photosynthetic@role~main_production

This instance describes the process processing.

progradation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In sedimentary geology and geomorphology, the term progradation refers to the growth of a river delta farther out into the sea over time. This occurs when the mass balance of sediment into the delta is such that the volume of incoming sediment is greater than the volume of the delta that is lost through subsidence, sea-level rise, and/or erosion.

projectile

This instance describes the process acceleration.

projectile

This instance describes the process dragging.

projectile

This instance describes the process firing.

projectile

This instance describes the process flight.

projectile

This instance describes the process impaction.

projectile

This instance describes the process lift.

projectile

This instance describes the process rolling. This instance describes the process rotation.

projectile_shaft

This instance has the following components:

projectile_shaft_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

projectile

projectile_trajectory_origin

This phenomenon is abstracted by origin.

projectile_trajectory_target

This phenomenon is abstracted by target.

projectile_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

radiation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In physics, radiation is the emission or transmission of energy in the form of waves or particles through space or through a material medium. This includes: electromagnetic radiation, such as radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, x-rays, and gamma radiation (γ) particle radiation, such as alpha radiation (α), beta radiation (β), and neutron radiation (particles of non-zero rest energy) acoustic radiation, such as ultrasound, sound, and seismic waves (dependent on a physical transmission medium) gravitational radiation, radiation that takes the form of gravitational waves, or ripples in the curvature of spacetime.Radiation is often categorized as either ionizing or non-ionizing depending on the energy of the radiated particles.

This instance describes the process radiation.

radiation~400-to-680nm

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~780-to-900nm

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~background~cosmic

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~electromagnetic

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In physics, electromagnetic radiation (EM radiation or EMR) refers to the waves (or their quanta, photons) of the electromagnetic field, propagating (radiating) through space, carrying electromagnetic radiant energy. It includes radio waves, microwaves, infrared, (visible) light, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays.Classically, electromagnetic radiation consists of electromagnetic waves, which are synchronized oscillations of electric and magnetic fields that propagate at the speed of light, which, in a vacuum, is commonly denoted c.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~gamma

Alternative labels for this instance are: gamma_rays.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A gamma ray or gamma radiation (symbol γ or γ {\displaystyle \gamma } ), is a penetrating electromagnetic radiation arising from the radioactive decay of atomic nuclei. It consists of the shortest wavelength electromagnetic waves and so imparts the highest photon energy.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~incoming

radiation~incoming~longwave

radiation~incoming~shortwave

radiation~incoming~shortwave~diffuse

radiation~incoming~shortwave~direct

radiation~incoming~visible

radiation~longwave

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In radio, longwave, long wave or long-wave, and commonly abbreviated LW, refers to parts of the radio spectrum with wavelengths longer than what was originally called the medium-wave broadcasting band. The term is historic, dating from the early 20th century, when the radio spectrum was considered to consist of longwave (LW), medium-wave (MW), and short-wave (SW) radio bands.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~longwave~downward

radiation~longwave~downwelling

radiation~microwave

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Microwaves are a form of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths ranging from about one meter to one millimeter; with frequencies between 300 MHz (1 m) and 300 GHz (1 mm). Different sources define different frequency ranges as microwaves; the above broad definition includes both UHF and EHF (millimeter wave) bands.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~outgoing

radiation~outgoing~longwave

radiation~outgoing~longwave~downward

radiation~outgoing~longwave~upward

radiation~outgoing~shortwave

radiation~photosynthetically-active

Alternative labels for this instance are: par, radiation~400-to-700nm.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Photosynthetically active radiation, often abbreviated PAR, designates the spectral range (wave band) of solar radiation from 400 to 700 nanometers that photosynthetic organisms are able to use in the process of photosynthesis. This spectral region corresponds more or less with the range of light visible to the human eye.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~shortwave

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Shortwave radiation (SW) is radiant energy with wavelengths in the visible (VIS), near-ultraviolet (UV), and near-infrared (NIR) spectra. There is no standard cut-off for the near-infrared range; therefore, the shortwave radiation range is also variously defined.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~shortwave~diffuse

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation~shortwave.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~shortwave~direct

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation~shortwave.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~shortwave~downwelling

radiation~solar

Alternative labels for this instance are: sunlight.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Sunlight is a portion of the electromagnetic radiation given off by the Sun, in particular infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light. On Earth, sunlight is filtered through Earth's atmosphere, and is obvious as daylight when the Sun is above the horizon.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~uv

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Ultraviolet (UV) designates a band of the electromagnetic spectrum with wavelength from 10 nm to 400 nm, shorter than that of visible light but longer than X-rays. UV radiation is present in sunlight, and contributes about 10% of the total light output of the Sun.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~uv~254nm

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation~uv.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation~visible

Alternative labels for this instance are: radiation~light.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
The visible spectrum is the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that is visible to the human eye. Electromagnetic radiation in this range of wavelengths is called visible light or simply light.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from radiation.

This instance has the following attributes:

radiation

railway_curve

This phenomenon is abstracted by curve.

This instance has the following components:

raindrop

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process falling.

rainfall

Alternative labels for this instance are: rain.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Rain is liquid water in the form of droplets that have condensed from atmospheric water vapor and then become heavy enough to fall under gravity. Rain is a major component of the water cycle and is responsible for depositing most of the fresh water on the Earth.

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process precipitation.

region~state@context~part_(land~flooded@context~on_water)

region~state@medium_grassland

region~state@medium_land~agricultural

region~state@medium_land~arable

region~state@medium_land~burned

region~state@medium_land~cloud-covered

region~state@medium_land~commercial

region~state@medium_land~dry

region~state@medium_land~farmed

region~state@medium_land~flooded

region~state@medium_land~forested

region~state@medium_land~grazing

region~state@medium_land~ice-covered

region~state@medium_land~irrigated

region~state@medium_land~lake-covered

region~state@medium_land~private

region~state@medium_land~public

region~state@medium_land~residential

region~state@medium_land~snow-covered

region~state@medium_land~urban

region~state@medium_land~vegetated

region~state@medium_land~water-covered

region~state@medium_parkland

repercussion

residue-as-carbon

residue-as-carbon

This instance describes the process decomposition.

residue_pool

This instance has the following components:

residue_pool

This instance describes the process decomposition.

rocket@medium_payload

rocket@medium_propellant

rocket@role~numerator_payload@role~denominator

rocket@role~numerator_propellant@role~denominator

rockfall

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process falling.

roots-and-rhizodeposits-as-carbon

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process decomposition.

roots-and-rhizodeposits

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process production.

rupture

This instance describes the process rupture.

sand_grain

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process settling.

saturn

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rising.

saturn

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process setting.

savanna

Alternative labels for this instance are: savannah.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A savanna or savannah is a mixed woodland grassland ecosystem characterised by the trees being sufficiently widely spaced so that the canopy does not close. The open canopy allows sufficient light to reach the ground to support an unbroken herbaceous layer consisting primarily of grasses.Savannas maintain an open canopy despite a high tree density.

scuba-diver

This instance describes the process diving.

sea@context~adjacent_(shoreline_axis~x)

sea@context~adjacent_shoreline

sea@context~at_(ice@medium)

sea@context~at_(ice@medium_salt)

sea@context~at_(ice_bottom)

sea@context~at_(ice_fusion)

This instance describes the process fusion.

sea@context~at_(ice_isentropic-process)

This instance describes the process isentropic-process.

sea@context~at_(ice_isobaric-process)

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

sea@context~at_(ice_isochoric-process)

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

sea@context~at_(ice_isothermal-process)

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

sea@context~at_(ice_melting)

This instance describes the process melting.

sea@context~at_(ice_melting-point)

sea@context~at_(ice_sublimation)

This instance describes the process sublimation.

sea@context~at_(ice_surface)

sea@context~at_ice

sea@context~in_((water@medium_diatoms)@context~in_carbon)

sea@context~in_((water@medium_diatoms)@context~in_chlorophyll)

sea@context~in_((water@medium_diatoms)@context~in_nitrogen)

sea@context~in_(water@context~in_biota)

sea@context~in_(water@medium)

sea@context~in_(water@medium_biota)

sea@context~in_(water@medium_carbon-dioxide)

sea@context~in_(water@medium_diffusion_salt)

This instance describes the process diffusion.

sea@context~in_(water@medium_magnesium-chloride)

sea@context~in_(water@medium_magnesium-sulfate)

sea@context~in_(water@medium_oxygen)

sea@context~in_(water@medium_potassium-chloride)

sea@context~in_(water@medium_sediment~suspended)

sea@context~in_(water@medium_sodium-chloride)

sea@context~in_(water@role~medium_diffusion)

This instance describes the process diffusion.

sea@context~in_(water_current~longshore)

This instance describes the process current%257Elongshore.

sea@context~in_(water_current~rip)

This instance describes the process current%257Erip.

sea@context~in_(water_current~rip_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

sea@context~in_(water_current~rip_neck)

sea@context~in_(water_eddy)

This instance describes the process eddy.

sea@context~in_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

sea@context~in_(water_fusion)

This instance describes the process fusion.

sea@context~in_(water_isentropic-process)

This instance describes the process isentropic-process.

sea@context~in_(water_isobaric-process)

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

sea@context~in_(water_isochoric-process)

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

sea@context~in_(water_isothermal-process)

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

sea@context~in_(water_tide)

sea@context~in_(water_vaporization)

This instance describes the process vaporization.

sea@context~in_(water_wave~gravity~internal)

sea@context~in_water

sea@medium_ice

sea_bottom_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

sea_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

sediment@context~in_(sand_grain)

sediment@medium

sediment@medium_clay

sediment@medium_mud

sediment@medium_sand

sediment@medium_saturated_water

This instance has the following attributes:

sediment@medium_silt

sediment@role~sink_oxygen~dissolved@role~main_consumption

sediment

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process deposition.

seismograph

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process shaking.

shoreline@context~on_sediment

shoreline

This phenomenon is abstracted by shoreline.

This instance describes the process progradation.

shortage

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In economics, a shortage or excess demand is a situation in which the demand for a product or service exceeds its supply in a market. It is the opposite of an excess supply (surplus).

ski~waxed@role~exchange_rubber@role~exchange_friction

skin@role~sink_sun-lotion@role~main_protection

slip~seismic

This instance describes the process slip%257Eseismic.

snow~wet@role~exchange_rubber@role~exchange_friction

snow-or-ice

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process melting.

snow

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process blowing.

snow

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process desublimation.

snow

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

snow

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

snow

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process melting.

snow

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process sublimation.

snowfall

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Snow refers to forms of ice crystals that precipitate from the atmosphere (usually from clouds) and undergo changes on the Earth's surface. It pertains to frozen crystalline water throughout its life cycle, starting when, under suitable conditions, the ice crystals form in the atmosphere, increase to millimeter size, precipitate and accumulate on surfaces, then metamorphose in place, and ultimately melt, slide or sublimate away.

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process precipitation.

snowpack@context~in_(snow_desublimation)

This instance describes the process desublimation.

snowpack@context~in_(snow_melting)

This instance describes the process melting.

snowpack@context~in_(snow_sublimation)

This instance describes the process sublimation.

snowpack@context~in_snow~new

snowpack@context~part_(snow_grains)

snowpack@context~part_ice-layer

snowpack@context~sink_radiation~incoming

snowpack@context~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave

snowpack@context~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave

snowpack@context~source_meltwater

snowpack@medium_water~liquid

snowpack@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_absorption

snowpack@role~main_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~in_reflection

snowpack@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_absorption

snowpack@role~main_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~in_reflection

snowpack@role~main_radiation~incoming@role~in_absorption

snowpack@role~main_radiation~incoming@role~in_reflection

snowpack@role~main_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~out_emission

snowpack@role~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~main_absorption

snowpack@role~sink_radiation~incoming~longwave@role~main_reflection

snowpack@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_absorption

snowpack@role~sink_radiation~incoming~shortwave@role~main_reflection

snowpack@role~sink_radiation~incoming@role~main_absorption

snowpack@role~sink_radiation~incoming@role~main_reflection

snowpack@role~source_radiation~outgoing~longwave@role~main_emission

snowpack

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isentropic-process.

snowpack

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

snowpack

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

snowpack_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

snowpack_top_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

soil~drained@medium_water

soil~no-rock@medium_silt

soil~stabilized

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process decomposition.

soil@context~in_((carbon_pool~stabilized)@context~in_carbon)

soil@context~in_(carbon_pool~microbial)

soil@context~in_(carbon_pool~stabilized)

soil@context~in_(ice_thawing-front)

soil@context~in_(residue_pool)

soil@context~in_(water_flowing)

This instance describes the process flowing.

soil@context~in_(water_frost-front)

soil@context~in_(water_wetting-front)

soil@context~in_macropores

soil@context~in_water

soil@context~medium_macropores

soil@context~medium_macropores_(land_surface)@reference~below

soil@context~on_(plant_residue)

soil@medium

soil@medium_(clay_oven-dried)

soil@medium_(clay_particle)

soil@medium_(loam_oven-dried)

soil@medium_(macropores_x-section~horizontal)

soil@medium_(macropores_x-section~vertical)

soil@medium_(matter~organic_oven-dried)

soil@medium_(sand_oven-dried)

soil@medium_(silt_oven-dried)

soil@medium_air

soil@medium_ammonium-as-nitrogen~elemental

soil@medium_clay

soil@medium_ice

soil@medium_infiltration_water

soil@medium_loam

soil@medium_macropores

soil@medium_matter~organic

soil@medium_nitrate-as-nitrogen~elemental

soil@medium_oven-dried_water

This instance has the following attributes:

soil@medium_rock

soil@medium_sand

soil@medium_saturated

This instance has the following attributes:

soil@medium_saturated_water

This instance has the following attributes:

soil@medium_silt

soil@medium_void

soil@medium_water

soil@medium_wilting-point_water

This instance has the following attributes:

soil@role~main_fertilizer@role~in_fertilization

soil@role~main_nitrogen@role~in_denitrification

soil@role~main_nitrogen@role~in_nitrification

soil@role~main_water@role~in_interception

soil@role~medium_conduction

soil@role~sink_fertilizer@role~main_application

soil@role~source_nitrous-oxide-as-nitrogen@role~main_emission

soil_(bedrock_top)@reference~above

soil

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process decomposition.

soil

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process denitrification.

soil

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process freezing.

soil

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

soil

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

soil

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process nitrification.

soil_profile_bottom

This phenomenon is abstracted by profile_bottom.

This instance has the following components:

soil_sat-zone_top_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

soil_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

soil

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process thaw.

soil_x-section~horizontal

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section%257Ehorizontal.

This instance has the following components:

soil_x-section~vertical

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section%257Evertical.

This instance has the following components:

solstice

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A solstice is an event occurring when the Sun appears to reach its most northerly or southerly excursion relative to the celestial equator on the celestial sphere. Two solstices occur annually, around June 21 and December 21.

space-shuttle@context~part_(tile_isochoric-process)

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

stasis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In mathematics, stability theory addresses the stability of solutions of differential equations and of trajectories of dynamical systems under small perturbations of initial conditions. The heat equation, for example, is a stable partial differential equation because small perturbations of initial data lead to small variations in temperature at a later time as a result of the maximum principle.

station~seismic@context~part_(instrument@context~part_response-filter)

station~seismic@context~part_(seismograph_shaking)

This instance describes the process shaking.

station~seismic@context~part_data-acquisition-system

station~seismic@context~source_data-stream

station@context~at_channel

stemflow

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In hydrology, stemflow is the flow of intercepted water down the trunk or stem of a plant. Stemflow, along with throughfall, is responsible for the transferral of precipitation and nutrients from the canopy to the soil.

This instance describes the process flowing.

storm

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A storm is any disturbed state of an environment or in an astronomical body's atmosphere especially affecting its surface, and strongly implying severe weather. It may be marked by significant disruptions to normal conditions such as strong wind, tornadoes, hail, thunder and lightning (a thunderstorm), heavy precipitation (snowstorm, rainstorm), heavy freezing rain (ice storm), strong winds (tropical cyclone, windstorm), or wind transporting some substance through the atmosphere as in a dust storm, blizzard, sandstorm, etc.

submarine_(sea_floor)@reference~above

substrates~organic

This instance describes the process decomposition.

sulfuric-acid@role~first_water@role~second

sun

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rising.

sun

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process setting.

sunglint

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Sunglint is a phenomenon that occurs when sunlight reflects off the surface of the ocean at the same angle that a satellite or other sensor is viewing the surface. In the affected area of the image, smooth ocean water becomes a silvery mirror, while rougher surface waters appear dark.

sunrise

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Sunrise (or Sun up) is the moment when the upper limb of the Sun appears on the horizon in the morning. The term can also refer to the entire process of the solar disk crossing the horizon and its accompanying atmospheric effects.

sunset

Alternative labels for this instance are: sundown.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Sunset, also known as sundown, is the daily disappearance of the Sun below the horizon due to Earth's rotation. As viewed from the Equator, the equinox Sun sets exactly due west in both spring and fall.

sunshine

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Sunlight is a portion of the electromagnetic radiation given off by the Sun, in particular infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light. On Earth, sunlight is filtered through Earth's atmosphere, and is obvious as daylight when the Sun is above the horizon.

superposition

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
The superposition principle, also known as superposition property, states that, for all linear systems, the net response caused by two or more stimuli is the sum of the responses that would have been caused by each stimulus individually. So that if input A produces response X and input B produces response Y then input (A + B) produces response (X + Y).

swell

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A swell, in the context of an ocean, sea or lake, is a series of mechanical waves that propagate along the interface between water and air and thus are often referred to as surface gravity waves. These series of surface gravity waves are not wind waves, which are generated by the immediate local wind, but instead are generated by distant weather systems, where wind blows for a duration of time over a fetch of water.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from wave~mechanical.

swell~primary

This instance is a narrower concept derived from swell.

This instance has the following attributes:

swell~secondary

This instance is a narrower concept derived from swell.

This instance has the following attributes:

symbiosis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Symbiosis (from Greek συμβίωσις "living together", from σύν "together" and βίωσις "living") is any type of a close and long-term biological interaction between two different biological organisms, be it mutualistic, commensalistic, or parasitic. The organisms, each termed a symbiont, may be of the same or of different species.

synnecrosis

tank~storage~open-top@context~in_water

tank~storage~open-top@context~part_(outlet_x-section)

tank~storage~open-top@context~part_outlet

tank~storage~open-top_x-section~horizontal

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section%257Ehorizontal.

This instance has the following components:

tank~storage~open-top_x-section~horizontal_circle

This phenomenon is abstracted by circle.

thawing-front

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
January thaw is a term applied to a thaw or rise in temperature in mid-winter found in mid-latitude North America. Sinusoidal estimates of expected temperatures, for northern locales, usually place the lowest temperatures around January 23 and the highest around July 24, and provide fairly accurate estimates of temperature expectations.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from front.

This instance describes the process thaw.

thrombosis

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Thrombosis (from Ancient Greek θρόμβωσις thrómbōsis "clotting”) is the formation of a blood clot inside a blood vessel, obstructing the flow of blood through the circulatory system. When a blood vessel (a vein or an artery) is injured, the body uses platelets (thrombocytes) and fibrin to form a blood clot to prevent blood loss.

thunderstorm

Alternative labels for this instance are: storm~electrical, storm~lightning, thundershower.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A thunderstorm, also known as an electrical storm or a lightning storm, is a storm characterized by the presence of lightning and its acoustic effect on the Earth's atmosphere, known as thunder. Relatively weak thunderstorms are sometimes called thundershowers.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from storm.

tide

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun, and the rotation of the Earth. Tide tables can be used for any given locale to find the predicted times and amplitude (or "tidal range").

tides

This instance is a plurality of tide.

tile

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

tire

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process inflation.

titan@context~surrounding_atmosphere

toyota-corolla~2008@context~part_engine

toyota-corolla~2008@context~part_fuel-tank

toyota-corolla~2008@role~sink_fuel@role~main_consumption

trajectory_origin

This phenomenon is abstracted by origin.

trajectory_target

This phenomenon is abstracted by target.

treefall-gap

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A treefall gap is a distinguishable hole in a forest with vertical sides extending through all levels down to an average height of 2 m (6.6 ft) above ground. These holes occur as result of a fallen tree or large limb.

treethrow

Alternative labels for this instance are: tree-throw, tree-hole.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
A tree throw or tree hole is a bowl-shaped cavity or depression created in the subsoil by a tree. They are formed either by the long term presence and growth of tree roots or when a large tree is blown over or has its stump pulled out which tears out a quantity of soil along with the roots.

triage

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Triage () is the process of determining the priority of patients' treatments based on the severity of their condition. This rations patient treatment efficiently when resources are insufficient for all to be treated immediately; influencing the order and priority of emergency treatment, emergency transport, or transport destination for the patient.

tropopause

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
The tropopause is the boundary in the Earth's atmosphere between the troposphere and the stratosphere. It is a thermodynamic gradient stratification layer, marking the end of troposphere.

twilight

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Twilight on Earth is the illumination of the lower atmosphere when the Sun itself is not directly visible because it is below the horizon. Twilight is produced by sunlight scattering in the upper atmosphere, illuminating the lower atmosphere so that Earth's surface is neither completely lit nor completely dark.

universe

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
The Universe is all of space and time and their contents, including planets, stars, galaxies, and all other forms of matter and energy. While the spatial size of the entire Universe is unknown, it is possible to measure the size of the observable universe, which is currently estimated to be 93 billion light years in diameter.

universe@context~in_radiation~background~cosmic

updraft

Alternative labels for this instance are: draft~vertical.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
An updraft is a small‐scale current of rising air, often within a cloud.

upheaval

uranus

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rising.

uranus

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process setting.

vacuum

Alternative labels for this instance are: free_space.

vacuum@context~in_radiation~electromagnetic

valley_centerline

This phenomenon is abstracted by centerline.

This instance has the following components:

vasoconstriction

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Vasoconstriction is the narrowing of the blood vessels resulting from contraction of the muscular wall of the vessels, in particular the large arteries and small arterioles. The process is the opposite of vasodilation, the widening of blood vessels.

This instance describes the process constriction.

vasodilation

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
Vasodilation is the widening of blood vessels. It results from relaxation of smooth muscle cells within the vessel walls, in particular in the large veins, large arteries, and smaller arterioles.

This instance describes the process dilation.

vegetation@context~part_leaf

vegetation@context~part_stomata

venus_axis

This phenomenon is abstracted by axis.

This instance has the following components:

venus_ecliptic

This phenomenon is abstracted by ecliptic.

This instance has the following components:

venus

This instance has the following components:

venus_orbit_aphelion

This phenomenon is abstracted by aphelion.

venus_orbit_perihelion

This phenomenon is abstracted by perihelion.

venus

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process rising.

venus

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process setting.

virus~chicken-pox

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process incubation.

vortex

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In fluid dynamics, a vortex (plural vortices/vortexes) is a region in a fluid in which the flow revolves around an axis line, which may be straight or curved. Vortices form in stirred fluids, and may be observed in smoke rings, whirlpools in the wake of a boat, and the winds surrounding a tropical cyclone, tornado or dust devil.

water~liquid@medium_carbon~dissolved~inorganic

water~liquid@medium_carbon~dissolved~organic

water~liquid@medium_oxygen~dissolved~molecular

water~vapor@role~numerator_air~dry@role~denominator

water@context~in_(debris_deposit)

This instance describes the process deposition.

water@context~in_(processes@role~source_oxygen~photosynthetic@role~main_production)

This instance describes the process processing. This instance describes the process production.

water@context~in_(scuba-diver_diving)

This instance describes the process diving.

water@context~in_(sediment@context~in_(sand_grain))

water@context~in_(sediment@medium_clay)

water@context~in_(sediment@medium_sand)

water@context~in_(sediment@medium_silt)

water@context~in_biota

water@context~in_salt

water@context~in_sediment~bedload

water@context~in_sediment~suspended

water@medium

water@medium_biota

water@medium_carbon-dioxide

water@medium_diatoms

water@medium_diethyl-ether

water@medium_diffusion_salt

water@medium_ethanol

water@medium_immersed_(sediment~bedload_grain)

This instance has the following attributes:

water@medium_magnesium-chloride

water@medium_magnesium-sulfate

water@medium_oxygen

water@medium_potassium-chloride

water@medium_sediment

water@medium_sediment~suspended

water@medium_sediment~washload

water@medium_settling_(sediment_grain)

water@medium_sodium-chloride

water@role~first_(channel_bottom_surface)@role~second

water@role~main_electron@role~in

water@role~main_reaeration

water@role~medium

water@role~medium_(sand_grain)@role~main_settling

water@role~medium_diffusion

water@role~medium_immersed_sediment@role~main

This instance has the following attributes:

water_(land_surface)@reference~below

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process baseflow.

current~longshore

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process current%257Elongshore.

rip-current

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process current%257Erip.

current~rip_flow

This instance describes the process flowing.

rip-current_neck

This instance has the following components:

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process discharging.

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process drainage.

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process eddy.

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process evaporation.

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process evapotranspiration.

water~incoming-and-outgoing

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process flowing.

water_flow

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process flowing.

water_flow~incoming

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process flowing.

water_flow~outgoing

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process flowing.

water_flow

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process flowing. This instance describes the process friction.

water_flow

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

water_flow

This instance has the following components:

water_frost-front

This instance is a narrower concept derived from frost-front.

This instance has the following components:

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process fusion.

water_hydraulic-jump

This instance is a narrower concept derived from hydraulic-jump.

This instance has the following components:

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isentropic-process.

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isobaric-process.

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isochoric-process.

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process isothermal-process.

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process ponding.

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process runoff.

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process sublimation.

water_surface

This phenomenon is abstracted by surface.

This instance has the following components:

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process surging.

water_tide

This instance is a narrower concept derived from tide.

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~2mk3

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~2mk3_amphidromic-points

This phenomenon is abstracted by amphidromic-points.

water_tide_constituent~2n2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~2q1

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~2sm2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~j1

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~k1

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~k2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~l2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~lam2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~m1

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~m2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~m3

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~m4

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~m6

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~m8

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~mf

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~mk3

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~mm

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~mn4

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~ms4

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~msf

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~mu2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~n2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~nu2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~o1

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~oo1

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~oo2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~p1

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~q1

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~r2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~rho

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~s1

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~s2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~s4

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~s6

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~sa

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~ssa

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituent~t2

This instance has the following components:

water_tide_constituents~all

This instance has the following components:

water

This instance has the following components:

This instance describes the process vaporization.

water_wave

This instance is a narrower concept derived from wave.

This instance has the following components:

water_wave~breaking

This instance is a narrower concept derived from wave~breaking.

This instance has the following components:

water_wave~gravity~internal

This instance is a narrower concept derived from wave~gravity~internal.

This instance has the following components:

water_wave_crest

This phenomenon is abstracted by crest.

water_wave_crest_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

water_wave_crest_x-section_vertex

This phenomenon is abstracted by vertex.

water_wave_crestline

This phenomenon is abstracted by crestline.

water_wave_orbit

water_wave_ray

This phenomenon is abstracted by ray.

water_wetting-front

This instance is a narrower concept derived from wetting-front.

This instance has the following components:

water_x-section

This phenomenon is abstracted by x-section.

This instance has the following components:

water_x-section_top

This instance has the following components:

wave

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In physics, mathematics, and related fields, a wave is a disturbance of a field in which a physical attribute oscillates repeatedly at each point or propagates from each point to neighboring points, or seems to move through space. The waves most commonly studied in physics are mechanical and electromagnetic.

wave~acoustic

Alternative labels for this instance are: sound.

This instance has a related Wikipedia page. Short extract:
In physics, sound is a vibration that typically propagates as an audible wave of pressure, through a transmission medium such as a gas, liquid or solid. In human physiology and psychology, sound is the reception of such waves and their perception by the brain.

This instance is a narrower concept derived from wave~mechanical.

This instance has the following attributes:

wave~airy

This instance is a narrower concept derived from wave.

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wave~breaking

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In fluid dynamics, a breaking wave is a wave whose amplitude reaches a critical level at which some process can suddenly start to occur that causes large amounts of wave energy to be transformed into turbulent kinetic energy. At this point, simple physical models that describe wave dynamics often become invalid, particularly those that assume linear behaviour.

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wave~cnoidal

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In fluid dynamics, a cnoidal wave is a nonlinear and exact periodic wave solution of the Korteweg–de Vries equation. These solutions are in terms of the Jacobi elliptic function cn, which is why they are coined cnoidal waves.

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wave~deepwater

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wave~electromagnetic

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In physics, electromagnetic radiation (EM radiation or EMR) refers to the waves (or their quanta, photons) of the electromagnetic field, propagating (radiating) through space, carrying electromagnetic radiant energy. It includes radio waves, microwaves, infrared, (visible) light, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays.Classically, electromagnetic radiation consists of electromagnetic waves, which are synchronized oscillations of electric and magnetic fields that propagate at the speed of light, which, in a vacuum, is commonly denoted c.

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wave~gravity

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In fluid dynamics, gravity waves are waves generated in a fluid medium or at the interface between two media when the force of gravity or buoyancy tries to restore equilibrium. An example of such an interface is that between the atmosphere and the ocean, which gives rise to wind waves.

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wave~gravity~internal

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Internal waves are gravity waves that oscillate within a fluid medium, rather than on its surface. To exist, the fluid must be stratified: the density must decrease continuously or discontinuously with depth/height due to changes, for example, in temperature and/or salinity.

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wave~gravity~nonorographic

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wave~gravity~orographic

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wave~incoming

wave~incoming~deepwater

wave~mechanical

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A mechanical wave is a wave that is an oscillation of matter, and therefore transfers energy through a medium. While waves can move over long distances, the movement of the medium of transmission—the material—is limited.

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wave~seismic

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Seismic waves are waves of energy that travel through the Earth's layers, and are a result of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, magma movement, large landslides and large man-made explosions that give out low-frequency acoustic energy. Many other natural and anthropogenic sources create low-amplitude waves commonly referred to as ambient vibrations.

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wave~seismic~love

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wave~seismic~p

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A P-wave is one of the two main types of elastic body waves, called seismic waves in seismology. P-waves travel faster than other seismic waves and hence are the first signal from an earthquake to arrive at any affected location or at a seismograph.

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wave~seismic~rayleigh

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wave~seismic~s

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In seismology, S-waves, secondary waves, or shear waves (sometimes called an elastic S-wave) are a type of elastic wave, and are one of the two main types of elastic body waves, so named because they move through the body of an object, unlike surface waves.The S-wave is a transverse wave, meaning that, in the simplest situation, the oscillations of the particles of the medium is perpendicular to the direction of wave propagation, and the main restoring force comes from shear stress. Its name, S for secondary, comes from the fact that it is the second direct arrival on an earthquake seismogram, after the compressional primary wave, or P-wave, because S-waves travel slower in rock.

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wave~seismic~sh

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wave~seismic~sv

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wave~seismic@role~main_arrival

wave~stokes

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In fluid dynamics, a Stokes wave is a non-linear and periodic surface wave on an inviscid fluid layer of constant mean depth. This type of modelling has its origins in the mid 19th century when Sir George Stokes – using a perturbation series approach, now known as the Stokes expansion – obtained approximate solutions for non-linear wave motion.

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waves

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waves~gravity

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waves~gravity~orographic

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weir@context~source_(water_discharging)

This instance describes the process discharging.

wetting-front

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This instance describes the process wetting.

wind

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Wind is the flow of gases on a large scale. On the surface of the Earth, wind consists of the bulk movement of air.