• WordNet 3.6
    • adj surface-assimilative having capacity or tendency to adsorb or cause to accumulate on a surface
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In science:

Obtained sea surface elevation field (see fig.6 right) is close to observational data that was used in the assimilation.
Boundary conditions control for a Shallow-Water model
Figure 6: The model initial state corresponding to the 1st of May 1992 obtained by data assimilation: velocity (left), sea surface elevation (right).
Boundary conditions control for a Shallow-Water model
The problem breaks into a inner problem, in which the surface can be assimilated to a minimal surface (with vanishing mean curvature), and an outer problem which can be solved via an electrostatic analogy.
Amphiphilic Membranes
Global surface wind and flux fields from model assimilation of seasat data.
A selection of papers with some relevance to the investigation of the Sun-Climate link: Papers on Data, Methods and Commentary
Presently, the 20th Century Reanalysis (20CR), which assimilates only surface pressure reports, sea-ice, and sea surface temperature distributions, represents the longest global reanalysis dataset available covering the period from 1871 to the present.
Inconsistencies between long-term trends in storminess derived from the 20CR reanalysis and observations