3 edition of summary of the meteorological observations of the Samoa Observatory (1890-1920) found in the catalog.
summary of the meteorological observations of the Samoa Observatory (1890-1920)
Angenheister, Gustav Heinrich
Apia, Western Samoa. Observatory.
|Other titles||Summary of the meteorological observations of the Samoa Observatory ...|
|Statement||by G. Angenheister ; edited by E. Marsden and D. M. Y. Sommerville.|
|LC Classifications||QC993.W47 A54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||78302530|
Because it is UNCORRECTED material, please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages. Summary Just as the invention of the mirror allowed humans to see their A Unique Vantage Point own image with clarity for the first time, Earth observations from space have allowed humans to see themselves. To check current weather conditions please click below: Weather conditions for American Samoa; NWR Weather Round Up; Automated conditions updated by computer controlled sensors. Automated Meteorological Weather Stations (AMOS) American Samoa & (the independent state of) Samoa. Hourly AMOS Summary Report; Cape Matatula, A. Samoa Graphs.
the provisional, timely Weather Summary which contains data from the 25 principal climatological stations; and; when the final quality-controlled data from over climatological stations become available, the summary is replaced by the Weather Bulletin. These are published by the Climatology and Observations Division. Manual on the Observation of Clouds and Other Meteors (WMO-No. ) Welcome to the official site of the World Meteorological Organization’s (WMO) International Cloud Atlas. This Atlas describes the classification system for clouds and meteorological phenomena used by all WMO Members.
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Samoa Meteorology Division Daily Climate observation records from selected stations. Current and future climate of Samoa. Strengthening Climate Services in Samoa. After the Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory continued to operate as an active meteorological observatory.
Weather observations and recordings have continued to this day, providing modern meteorologists with a record of uninterrupted climatological observations that is unique in the world.
The American Samoa Observatory (SMO) is located in the middle of the South Pacific, about midway between Hawaii and New Zealand. It is characterized by year-round warmth and humidity, lush green mountains, and strong Samoan culture.
The observatory is situated on the northeastern tip of Tutuila Island, American Samoa, at Cape Matatula. Magnetic and meteorological results for MLA Citation. New Zealand. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.
and Apia Observatory (Western Samoa). Magnetic and meteorological results for / Apia Observatory Australian/Harvard Citation.
New Zealand. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. & Apia Observatory. THE work of meteorological observation and discussion at this important station continues, as shown by these papers, to be prosecuted under Mr.
Meldrum's direction with marked energy and success. The highest temperature recorded at the Hong Kong Observatory in the year was degrees on 30 May, the eleventh highest since records began in There were 26 Hot Nights  and 36 Very Hot Days  in Hong Kong inranking the eighth highest and the third highest on record respectively.
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The U.S. Naval Observatory (USNO) computes astronomical data. Therefore, the NWS does not record, certify, or authenticate astronomical data.
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Automatic weather stations today form the mainstay of both amateur and professional weather observing networks around the world, and yet - prior to this book - there existed no independent guide to their selection and s: Summary of meteorological observations in Hong Kong.
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Other authors/contributors: Royal Observatory (Hong Kong). Radcliffe Meteorological Station. Climate Systems and Policy research cluster at the School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford.
The Radcliffe Meteorological Station is situated in Woodstock Road in the garden of Green College beside the old observatory building, adjacent to the Radcliffe Infirmary. It possesses the longest series of temperature and rainfall records for one site in Britain.
The Samoa Observatory is located on the northeastern tip of Tutuila island, American Samoa, on a ridge overlooking the South Pacific Ocean. Established in on a acre site, the observatory is one of four GMD Baseline Observatories. Cape Matatula is approx.
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Report of the Kew Committee for the year ending Octo With appendices containing results of magnetical and meteorological observations made at the observatory. Proceedings of the Royal Society London. January 1, v. 33 p. View yearbook KB pdf: Report of the Kew Committee for the year ending Octo G.
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