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  • Meteorology (Aristotle) 1089012Meteorology (Aristotle) Book I Book II Book III Book IV
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Meteorology 83831The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Meteorology Meteorology (mĕ′ tḗ-ẽr-ŏl′ ṓ-jy), the science
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  • Windmills and Meteorology By P. J. de Ridder 1226850Popular Science Monthly Volume 46 February 1895 — Windmills and Meteorology By P. J. de Ridder1895
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  • Geography of the Sea and its Meteorology by Matthew Fontaine Maury Plates 1886700Physical Geography of the Sea and its Meteorology — PlatesMatthew Fontaine
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  • July 1872  (1872)  Astro-Meteorology By Daniel Kirkwood 578508Popular Science Monthly Volume 1 July 1872 — Astro-Meteorology By Daniel Kirkwood1872
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  • 1879  (1879)  Ocean Meteorology I By T. A. Lyons 620271Popular Science Monthly Volume 16 November 1879 — Ocean Meteorology I By T. A. Lyons1879
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  • Monthly Volume 68 February 1906  (1906)  Recent Advances in Meteorology and Meteorological Service in Japan By S. Tetsu Tamura 1218720Popular Science
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Rain (category EB1911:Science:Meteorology)
    ); a rain-gauge is an instrument used to measure the amount of rainfall (see Meteorology, where the whole subject of precipitation is fully treated).
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Doldrums (category The New Student's Reference Work/Meteorology)
    The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Doldrums 80519The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Doldrums Dol′drums.  The term doldrums probably
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  • Aviation Weather AC 00-6A (category Meteorology)
    text for pilots and other flight operations personnel whose interest in meteorology is primarily in its application to flying. This version is based on PDFs
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  • 1875  (1875)  Meteorology of the Sun and Earth By Balfour Stewart 591238Popular Science Monthly Volume 8 November 1875 — Meteorology of the Sun and
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Isothermal Line (category The New Student's Reference Work/Meteorology)
    Line Isothermal (ī′ sṓ-tẽr′ mal) Line or Isotherm, a term used in meteorology to denote the line obtained by joining all contiguous points having the
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  • Language of Meteorology By Charles Fitzhugh Talman 1579957Popular Science Monthly Volume 82 March 1913 — The Language of Meteorology By Charles
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  • _ClevelandPSM V32 D302 Cleveland Abbe.jpg18381916A.M., LL.D. Professor of Meteorology, U.S. Weather Bureau, Washington. Director of the Cincinnati Observatory
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  • Encyclopædia Meteorological Society, The Royal 2054842The New International Encyclopædia — Meteorological Society, The Royal METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY
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  • Geography of the Sea and its Meteorology  (1864)  by Matthew Fontaine Maury 1886656Physical Geography of the Sea and its MeteorologyMatthew Fontaine Maury1864
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  • Matthew Fontaine Maury (category Meteorology)
    for meteorological co-operation on land — Invitation to Agricultural Societies to communicate observations for the construction of meteorological Land
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Anemometer (category The New Student's Reference Work/Meteorology)
    The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Anemometer 109323The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Anemometer Anemom'eter, an instrument for
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  • influential in the reform of geography teaching, and in the development of meteorology as a science This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 2/December 1872/Weather Prophecies (category Meteorology articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    century, and we must not therefore wonder that, until very recently, meteorological science has rather been concerned with the weather as it has been, than
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