Sunspots and Pressure Distribution

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THE issue by the Meteorological Office of the daily charts of the weather in the northern hemisphere has enabled me to ascertain the barometric changes which take place from day to day in high latitudes. As a rule, the cyclones and anticyclones are large as compared with the polar uncharted area, and it proved possible to extend the isobars of the surrounding areas over the Arctic Sea. However, east Siberia could not, in the absence of the Japanese daily charts, which reach England about six months late, be dealt with.

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DEELEY, R. Sunspots and Pressure Distribution. Nature 126, 401 (1930). https://doi.org/10.1038/126401b0

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