Rain-Gauge Exposure and Projection

Abstract

WHEN during the nineteenth century rainfan observations by means ot gauges began to be carried out upon an extensive and science system it was soon discovered that gauges which stood in situation much exposed to the wind invariably indicated a smaller amount of rain than suah as were protected from the wind.

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