Definition of aerology in English:

aerology

Syllabification: aer·ol·o·gy
Pronunciation: /ˌeˈräləjē
 
/

noun

dated
The study of the atmosphere, especially away from ground level.
More example sentences
  • The collaboration between aerology and synoptic meteorology contributed to the development of the two domains.
  • The discipline of aerology - using radiosondes and balloons - began in 1944.
  • The present paper continues to analyze he initial development of aerology in Cuba starting from 1944.

Derivatives

aerological

Pronunciation: /ˌe(ə)rəˈläjikəl/
adjective
More example sentences
  • She served as an aerological engineer, analyzing the effects of weather on combat.
  • As early as 1917, during the latter days of WW1, aerological services to naval aviation were needed.
  • The following operations are steps to be orderly taken for performing aerological measurements by radio sounding.

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