Results of Geophysical and Solar Observations: With Report and Notes of the Director
Reports for 1883-1902 include observations taken at St. Ignatius' College, Malta.
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additional weight required Adopted Mean Temperature air grains amount of Cloud Barometer Readings Cloud an overcast cubic foot deduced from Dry deduced from Max Deduced Monthly Mean degree of Humidity Dew Point Dew-point ranged Dry Bulb Fall of Rain foot of air force of Vapour highest adopted mean highest reading Humidity saturation 100 Lowest Reading Magnetic Mean additional weight Mean amount Mean Daily Range Mean degree Mean elastic force Mean from Mean Mean of Max Mean Reading Mean Temperature deduced Mean Velocity Mean weight miles of Wind miles per hour miles registered month Number of days number of miles Observations taken overcast sky overcast sky=10 Rain fell Rainfall since last Range of Barometer Range of Thermometer required for saturation Results of Observations sky being indicated STONYHURST COLLEGE Temperature from Dry Temperature of Dew Temperature of Evaporation Therm Thermometer Readings Total number Velocity in miles weight of Vapour Wind indicated
Pagina 51 - THE meteorological observations made at the Adelaide Observatory and other places in South Australia and the Northern Territory during the year...
Pagina 40 - Majesty's Astronomer at the Cape of Good Hope to the Secretary of the Admiralty for the year 1901 London 1902.
Pagina 31 - Wind and Weather, Currents, Tides, and Tidal Streams in the East Indian Archipelago.
Pagina 42 - On the evidence afforded by Bode's Law of a permanent Contraction of the Radii Vectores of the Planetary Orbits.
Pagina 41 - Report for the year 4894/95, presenled by the Board of Managers of the Observatory of Yale University to the President and Fellows.
Pagina 30 - FRS , as to the short period cyclical changes in the magnetic condition of the earth, and in the distribution of temperature on its surface," by Joseph Baxendell, who read it recently before the Liverpool Astronomical Society.
Pagina 53 - Vapour in a cubic ft .of air grains Mean additional weight required for saturation Mean degree of Humidity Mean weight of a cubic foot of air...
Pagina 53 - Arcano del mare " with reference to our knowledge of the magnetic declination in the earlier part of the seventeenth century.