International Meteorological Conference at Innsbruck


    THIS International Meteorological Conference was opened at Innsbruck on September 9, when Dr. Hildebrandsson, the secretary of the International Meteorological Committee, read the report of the operations of that body on the part of M. Mascart (president) and himself, and explained that at the Southport meeting in September, 1903, Dr. Pernter's proposal that a conference of the directors of meteorological services should be held at Innsbruck this year, similar in character to those at Munich in 1891 and Paris in 1896, was favourably regarded and subsequently adopted.

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    International Meteorological Conference at Innsbruck . Nature 72, 510–512 (1905).

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