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The Nile Flood of 1913

Nature volume 92, pages 424425 (11 December 1913) | Download Citation

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FOR some years past the Meteorological Office of the Egyptian Survey Department, under the direction of Mr. J. I. Craig, has carried out researches on the question of the possibility of forecasting the Nile flood, and he has put forward the theory that the rain which falls in Abyssinia comes from the South Atlantic (see “England, Abyssinia, the South Atlantic: a Meteorological Triangle,” Quarterly Journal Royal Meteorological Society, October).

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  1. Meteorological Office, Survey Department, Giza (Mudiria), Egypt.

    • H. E. HURST

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