the branch of meteorology involving the observation of the atmosphere by means of balloons, airplanes, etc.
(in former use by the U.S. Navy) meteorology.
the study of the atmosphere, particularly its upper layers
The branch of meteorology that studies the total vertical extent of the Earth’s atmosphere as opposed to the atmosphere near the Earth’s surface only. The most commonly studied atmospheric factors in aerology are air temperature, atmospheric pressure, humidity, wind, and ozone levels. Radioactivity and some aspects of long-wave radiation are also studied.
the science of measuring magnetic characteristics associated with atmospheric conditions of the earth. aeromagnetics (âr’ō-māg-nět’ĭks) The scientific study of the Earth’s magnetic characteristics as measured from the air.
an aviation . of or relating to aeromechanics. noun an aircraft mechanic adjective of or relating to aeromechanics
the of air or gases. an aviation . of or relating to aeromechanics. noun (functioning as sing) the mechanics of gases, esp air noun an aircraft mechanic adjective of or relating to aeromechanics
. aeromedicine aer·o·med·i·cine (âr’ō-měd’ĭ-sĭn) n. The medical study and treatment of physiological and psychological disorders associated with atmospheric or space flight.