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The November average temperature is 0 0 C with slightly above zero at daytime and slightly below at night and early in the morning. (...) On the basis of these exchange rates commercial banks acting on the territory of the Republic of Belarus with valid licenses to perform currency exchange operations establish selling and purchasing rates of exchange. (...) Please consult http://finance.tut.by/ for daily exchange rates, established by commercial banks of the Republic of Belarus. 
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Score: 1214705.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/conf...cis/practical-info/useful.html
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Nonworking reefer container 20 ft A 20 foot refrigerated container that is not actively controlling temperature of the product. Exchangeable pallet Standard pallet exchangeable following international convention. (...) Totebin A steel open top unit of about 1,5 * 1,5 * 2,5 meters for road transport of bulk cargo. Temperature controlled container 20 ft Temperature controlled container measuring 20 feet. Temperature controlled container 40 ft A temperature controlled container measuring 40 feet.
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Score: 1176488.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...zeTypeDescriptionCode_D09B.xsd
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The mean monthly temperature of July 2020 was 25.9 ° C which is 1.4 °C above the long-term average (1981-2010). The lowest temperature was measured in Ardahan with 6.8ºC and the highest temperature was recorded in Cizre with 47.3ºC. 2020 was the sixth warmer and 2000 was the warmest July between 1971 and 2020. See the figures below for July 2020 temperature anomalies map and chart from Turkish State Meteorological Service.
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Score: 1131553 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...-temperature-assessment-turkey
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1 MET/SG/12 – APPENDIX 7A APPENDIX 7A: PROPOSED MET TASKS OF THE IIM/SG TASK 1) Ensure that the planning and implementation of MET in the region, is coherent and compatible with the developments carried out within the framework of the ATM Operational Concept, the Global Air Navigation Plan and the associated ASBU Modules for AMET and SWIM 2) Prepare regional plan for the transition to digital coded OPMET information in coordination with the relevant APIRG contributing bodies. 3) Develop sub-regional exchange of MET information to facilitate ATM operations by: encouraging States develop agreements on the exchange of MET information that provides benefits to ATM operations on sub-regional level; encouraging States report developments to MET and ATM project Teams; and developing sub- regional exchange of MET information to facilitate ATM operations in busy routes. 4) Monitor developments in the CNS/ATM Systems with regard to meteorological requirements in the AFI Region and in coordination with AFI ATM Project Teams by conducting inter alia, meetings of AFI ATM/MET project team 5) Monitor the introduction of efficient inter-regional OPMET exchanges in coordination with the CNS and MET project Teams as required by organizing and conducting workshops on encoding and exchange of OPMET data in digital format 6) Monitor the exchange of OPMET information through the AMBEX scheme in the AFI Region and between the AFI and ASIA/PACIFIC and EUR Regions, encourage States to exchange data in digital format starting through bilateral arrangements and keep under review and provide timely amendments of the regional guidance materials on the OPMET exchange 7) Keep under review the AMBEX scheme and prepare proposal for updating and optimizing the scheme 8) Monitor the implementation of regional procedures for the issuance of volcanic ash and tropical cyclone advisories by coordinating annual exercises on volcanic ash, monitoring communications means between AFI volcano observatories and the aviation community, participating to meetings of AFI ATM/MET projects team and conducting workshop on the implementation of IAVW and tropical cyclone programmes. 9) Monitor the implementation of SIGMET in the AFI region by sensitizing States on the importance of SIGMETs, conducting annual SIGMET Tests, preparing a consolidated report of the SIGMET Tests including recommendations for improvement, posting report on SIGMET Tests on the Web and send report to all States in AFI region and Report outcome of SIGMET tests to APIRG 2 MET/SG/12 – APPENDIX 7A 10) Review and update the AFI Volcanic Ash Contingency Plan (VACP) in coordination with the AIM, ATM, CNS and SAR Project Teams by regularly updating the VACP through new requirements from the IAVWOPSG, conducting annual VACP exercises or (VAEX/AFI), and reporting on annual VAEX/AFI to the IIM/SG meetings. 11) Monitor the implementation of terminal area warnings and forecasts including aerodrome warnings and wind shear warnings and alerts by sensitizing States on the importance of issuance of aerodrome warnings and alerts 12) Monitor the degree of implementation of very small aperture terminals (VSATs) for the reception of WAFS products and SADIS FTP workstations in AFI States to make sure they fulfill the software requirements outlined on the WAFSOPSG website 13) Review and update the procedures for interregional OPMET exchange and ensure the availability of the required AFI OPMET data for the AFS satellite broadcast (SADIS); 14) Monitor the implementation in the AFI region of quality management system (QMS) for MET and training, qualification of aeronautical MET personnel and Monitor cost recovery system for aeronautical meteorological services to make sure relevant ICAO and WMO documents are used and MET service providers cooperate with airports, air navigation services and other aeronautical partners, including users, when establishing a cost recovery system 15) Establish and maintain detailed lists, State by State of the specific deficiencies of facilities for the provision of atmospheric measurements pertaining to surface wind, pressure, visibility/runway visual range, cloud base, temperature and dew point temperature considered critical for flight safety.
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Score: 1125120.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...SED-MET-TASKS-OF-THE-IIMSG.pdf
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It is expected that waste from temperature exchange equipment and small and large equipment will have the largest growth rates. As this is driven by growing consumption of those Chart 6.5: Estimates of e-waste totals per category in 2016 Chart 6.4: E-waste growth rates per category The global quantity of e-waste in 2016 is mainly comprised of Small Equipment (16.8 Mt), Large Equipment (9.1 Mt), Temperature Exchange Equipment (7.6 Mt), and Screens (6.6 Mt). (...) Lamps 0.7 Mt Large Equipment 9.1 Mt Small Equipment 16.8 Mt Small IT 3.9 Mt Screens 6.6 Mt Temperature Exchange Equipment 7.6 Mt 44.7 Mt of e-waste generated in 2016 6.
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Score: 1124038.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...r%202017%20-%20Chapter%206.pdf
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Just ahead of the G7 Summit in the United Kingdom, which begins on Friday, the Taking the Temperature report shows that indices on the main exchanges of G7  countries are on average at 2.95° C, while four of the seven are on temperature pathways of 3° C or above – way over the Paris benchmark.   Stock indices consist of the most significant companies listed on a country’s largest exchange and are vital benchmarks to understand market trends and direction.  (...) Invest in the planet   Currently 70 per cent of Canada's SPTSX 60 index stands at a 3.1° C temperature rating and almost 50 per cent of Italy's FTSE MIB at a 2.7° C. 
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Score: 1122954.3 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/06/1093822
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Figure 1 — Schematic representation of the interactions of climate, atmospheric reactive gases, greenhouse gases, aerosols, ecosystems and the water system (from Cox, personal communication) The impact of climate change on the atmospheric abundance of reactive gases and aerosols can occur through different mechanisms: Changes in atmospheric temperature affect the rates at which chemical reactions take place; Changes in atmospheric humidity affect the chemical production and destruction of chemical species and, specifically, the loss rate of tropospheric ozone; Changes in the frequency and intensity of lightning affects the atmospheric production of nitric oxide with direct impact on the ozone budget in the upper troposphere; Changes in atmospheric cloudiness affect the atmospheric composition by modifying the penetration of solar radiation and, hence, the photochemical activity in the atmosphere; aqueous and heterogeneous chemistry associated with the presence of clouds is also modified; Changes in the frequency and intensity of precipitation resulting from climate change affect the rate at which soluble species are scavenged and therefore removed from the atmosphere; Changes in surface temperature and precipitation affect the emission and deposition of chemical compounds and the surface deposition by vegetation and soil; Changes in ocean temperature affect the atmosphere-ocean exchanges of compounds such as dimethyl sulphide, which are a source of sulphate aerosols; Changes in the frequency and intensity of prolonged stagnant air conditions affect the dispersion of pollutants and enhance the frequency and intensity of pollution events with severe consequence for human health; Changes in the general circulation of the atmosphere affect the long-range transport of pollutants from continent to continent; Changes in convective activity lead to changes in vertical transport in the chemical composition of the upper troposphere; Changes in stratosphere-troposphere exchange affect the abundance of chemical species, including ozone, in the upper troposphere; Changes in surface wind intensity over the continent modify the mobilization of dust particles in arid regions and, therefore, the aerosol burden in the troposphere; Changes in surface wind intensity over the ocean modify the exchanges of trace gases at the ocean-atmosphere interface, and affect the emission of sea-salt particles to the atmospheric boundary layer. (...) During the first two weeks of August, the temperature was particularly high in these regions of Europe, with daily maxima reaching between 35°C and 40°C in Paris, i.e. more than 10°C above the climatological average temperature for this period of the year. (...) Models applied to Switzerland suggest, for example, that not only would the mean temperature in the country increase significantly but the standard variation of the temperature would double by the end of the 21st century (see Figure 3 and Schär et al., 2004).
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Score: 1119935.2 - https://public.wmo.int/en/bull...ons-climate-change-air-quality
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Foreign currency can be exchanged at exchange offices at hotels and banks and currency exchange points. (...) Winters are short and mild with average temperatures hovering around 0 degrees Celsius. Snow and temperatures of below -10° C are not frequent occurrences. Summers in Odessa are long and warm with average temperatures of 25° C. Temperatures above 35° C are not rare events.
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Score: 1117663.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...0tariffs_Annex3%20(Info)en.pdf
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Foreign currency can be exchanged in exchange offices at hotels and banks and currency exchange points. (...) Winters are short and mild with average temperatures hovering around 0 degrees Celsius. Snow and temperatures of minus 10 Celsius are not frequent occurrences. Summers in Odessa are long and warm with average temperatures of 25 degrees Celsius. Temperatures above 35 degrees Celsius are rare events.
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Score: 1112555.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...F/Odessa_Annex3%20_Info_en.pdf
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The highest measured temperature is in Ahtopol at 3.XII - 20.3 °С. The lowest temperatures are mostly between -12 and -5 °C and were measured on 22-23.XII. Along the Black Sea coast the lowest minimum temperatures are between -7 and -3 °С, and in high valley fields minimum temperatures have reached -17 °С. The lowest temperature was measured at the peak of Musala on 21.XII – -19.8 °С.
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Score: 1111140.2 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...l-institute-of-meteorology-and
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