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Studies of Temperature and Pressure Observations

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METEOROLOGISTS will be interested in a paper recently published by Dr. van Rijckevorsel, and entitled “Konstant auftretende secundäre Maxima und Minima in dem jährlichen Verlauf der meteorologischen Erscheinungen,” part ii. (Rotterdam: Van Hengel, 1905). This is really the second portion of a previous publication, only in this instance the number of stations dealt with is more numerous, and the stations themselves more generally distributed over the earth's surface.

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LOCKYER, W. Studies of Temperature and Pressure Observations . Nature 73, 594–595 (1906). https://doi.org/10.1038/073594a0

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