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Nature volume 82, pages 294295 (06 January 1910) | Download Citation

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THE director of the meteorological observatory at oI Chemulpo has issued the results of the observations made at the Japanese meteorological stations in Korea for each of the months January-December, 1908. The instruments and the method of observation are the same as those at the meteorological stations in Japan, and the readings, taken six times a day, are expressed in metric and centigrade measures, with monthly nrjans and extremes. These form an important contribution to the meteorology of the Far East; their value would be much enhanced by the addition of annual summaries.

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