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introduction of self-registering meteorological instruments.

Robert Phillip Multhauf

introduction of self-registering meteorological instruments.

by Robert Phillip Multhauf

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Published by Smithsonian Institute in Washington .
Written in English


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SeriesContributions from the Museum of History and Technology. Papers -- No.23
The Physical Object
Pagination1 vol
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13655916M

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8. Francis Ronalds, ‘On Photographic Self-registering Meteorological and Magnetic Instruments’, in: Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., vol. Part I, , The Beginnings of Continuous Scientific Recording using Photography: Sir Francis Ronalds’ Contribution Introduction. The observatory was equipped with self-registering instruments built by Assmann. During this period he visited established meteorological offices including the Deutsche Seewarte (German Hydrographical Institute) in Hamburg, where he was introduced to the noted climatologist Wladimir Köppen, with whom he corresponded nearly his whole life.

Since then the Six's self-registering thermometer has played a worthy part in meteorology and oceanography and its basic design has changed little in two hundred years. Today more accurate instruments are available for professional field work but Six's thermometer remains a popular and reliable domestic instrument, to be found in many homes and. Priced and illustrated catalogue of optical instruments, spectacles and eye-glasses / All kinds of thermometers, aneroid and mercurial barometers. Ophthalmoscopes, trial sets, etc., etc. Standard meteorological instruments: Imprint: United States (Philadelphia, PA: ) Pagination and Size: 71 p.; 23 x 15 cm: Material Type and Language.


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