Definition of Azimuth Angle

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Azimuth Angle

The term 'Azimuth Angle' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' The direction or bearing toward which a sloping surface faces (e.g., a north-facing slope has an azimuth angle of 360; a northeast-facing slope, an azimuth angle of 45)'.

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