Principal Meteorological Conditions in Michigan; Report Based on Monthly Reports of the Tri-Daily Observations by Observers of the State Board of Health and Observers for the United State Weather Bureau

Principal Meteorological Conditions in Michigan; Report Based on Monthly Reports of the Tri-Daily Observations by Observers of the State Board of Health and Observers for the United State Weather Bureau

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879 edition. Excerpt: ...for the 5 years 1879 8;; Agricultural Colleze for 1877 and 1878; also for the three years 1881-1883; Niles for 1878, 1879, nntl 1881', Nirvana for 1878, 1879. and for the first four months of 1830; lteett Utty for the last eight months of 1880 and the 3 years 1881-83; Benton Harbor and (, 'nllwatte.' I-or 1877: unl 1878; Escanaba and Washington for the 4 years 1850-83', Putoskey, for 1879; Winflt-I-I for 138! and 1883; Ann Arbor for the 3 years 1881-83; Vnmlm8l'0 Cemetery for the three years 1877-79; Traverse City, l1illsdnle, an.1 Marshall for 188-3. and 1883; and Harrtsvtlle, Hastings, and Pnrkvtlle for 1882. TABLE IV.--ABSOLUTE HUMIDITY--The Average Number of Grains of Vapor of Water in a Cubic Foot of Airfor Months and Year 1883, at 18 Stations in.'lIi/-hig/ln.Average of Observations matte Daily at 7 A. 51.. 2 P. M., and 9 P..11., ' by Ob86l"L'87'8'' for the State Board of Health, and for the U. S. Signal Service. 4 I; b, =.hIn thebcolumns frgm Jt;Inuaryfto Dcehember, ill'l)CiItlSlV0, the letters, I, b, c, stand directly a vol 0 num ers from w loh t e re er to t e notes e ow. a For 92 observations. 5 For 9l observations. = For 90 observations. Q For 88 observations. 1 For 87 observations. it For 86 observations. i For 84 observations. 1 For 83 observations. 11 For 82 observations. In For 80 observations. It For 79 observations. 0 For 77 observations. q For 74 observations. I For 68 observations. ' At the U. S. Sizual Service stations for the year 1883, the observations were made at 7 A. M., 3 P. M., and 11 P. M., Washington mean time. The local time corresponding tu these hours time follows: At Port Huron 6:38 A. M., 2:38 P. M., and 10:38 P. M.; at Detroit 6:36 A. M.,2:36 P....show more

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  • Paperback | 158 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 295g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236755618
  • 9781236755612