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Meteorology in the Argentine Republic

    Naturevolume 100page415 (1918) | Download Citation



    A COPY has reached us of the Boletin Mensued of the Argentine Meteorological Office-a new monthly weather review that has now been running for more than a year. The data summarised refer to the year 1916, and are given in useful form. The tri-daily meteorological observations for twenty-five stations are printed in extenso, and an abstract of these, along with returns from other fifty-two stations, are given in an extended table. The elements summarised are pressure, temperature, relative and absolute humidity, direction of the wind, rainfall, cloud, and the number of frosts experienced.

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