The Principles of Aërography


    FROM time to time it has been a subject of remark by the learned that a book on meteorology has to be a collection of essays, because the available material does not lend itself to exposition in a connected treatise. The substitution of the new name aerography for the older meteorology has not changed the leopard's spots. Indeed, Prof. McAdie has made the peculiarities of the subject more remarkable by presenting a work which is partly a collection of meteorological essays, and partly the note-book of a physicist interested in the study of the atmosphere.

    The Principles of Aërography.

    By Prof. A. McAdie. Pp. xii + 318. (London: G. G. Harrap and Co., Ltd., 1917.) Price 21s. net.

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    The Principles of Aërography . Nature 105, 479–480 (1920).

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