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" ... or such as remarkably prevail during certain seasons, with the law of their diurnal progress both as to direction and intensity — at what hours and by what degrees they commence, attain their maximum, and subside, and through what points of the... "
The Journal [afterw.] The Madras journal of literature and science, ed. by J ... - Page 207
by Madras literary society - 1837
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 21

Geology - 1836 - 430 pages
...attain their maximum, and subside, and through what points of the compass they run in so doing. Sifily, The existence of Crossing Currents at different heights...or the moon, otherwise mistakes are apt to arise. IWy, The times of setting-in of remarkably hot or cold winds, — the quar. ters from which they come,...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 21

Science - 1836 - 652 pages
...attain their maximum, and subside, and through what points of the compass they run in so doing. (ithly, The existence of Crossing Currents at different heights...or the moon, otherwise mistakes are apt to arise. Ttbly, The times of setting-in of remarkably hot or cold winds, — the quarters from which they come,...
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Magazine of Popular Science, and Journal of the Useful Arts, Volume 3

Science - 1837 - 594 pages
...attain their maximum, and subside, and through what points of the compass they run in so doing. " 6thly. The existence of crossing currents at different heights...observing these, it is advisable to fix the eye by some immovable object, as some point of a tree or building, the sun, or the moon; otherwise mistakes are...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the ...

Meteorology - 1837 - 970 pages
...attain their maximum, and subside, and through what points of the compass they run in so doing. 6thly. The existence of crossing currents at different heights...observing these, it is advisable to fix the eye by some immovable object, as some point of a tree or building, the sun, or the moon; otherwise mistakes are...
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Report of the President and Council of the Royal Society on the Instructions ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Antarctica - 1839 - 94 pages
...attain their maximum, and subside ; and through what points of the compass they run in so doing. 6thly. The existence of crossing currents at different heights in the atmosphere, as indicated by the courses of the clouds in different strata. 7thly. The times of setting-in of remarkably hot or cold...
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Report of the Committee of Physics and Meteorology of the Royal Society of ...

Royal Society (Great Britain). Committee of Physics and Meteorology - Geomagnetism - 1840 - 156 pages
...attain their maximum, and subside ; and through what points of the compass they run in so doing. 6thly. The existence of crossing currents at different heights in the atmosphere, as indicated by the courses of the clouds in different strata. Tthly. The times of setting-in of remarkably hot or cold...
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Report of the Committee of Physics: Including Meteorology, on the Objects of ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Geomagnetism - 1840 - 164 pages
...attain their maximum, and subside ; and through what points of the compass they run in so doing. 6thly. The existence of crossing currents at different heights in the atmosphere, as indicated by the courses of the clouds in different strata. 7thly. The times of setting-in of remarkably hot or cold...
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What to Observe: Or, The Traveller's Remembrancer

Julian R. Jackson - Scientific expeditions - 1841 - 650 pages
...atmosphere, as indicated by the course of the clouds in different strata. In observing these it is desirable to fix the eye by some immoveable object, as some...or the moon ; otherwise mistakes are apt to arise. 7. The times of setting in of remarkably hot or cold winds ; the quarter from which they come, and...
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What to Observe: Or, The Traveller's Remembrancer

Julian R. Jackson - Scientific expeditions - 1841 - 650 pages
...attain their maximum, and subside, and through what points of the compass they run in so doing. 6. The existence of Crossing Currents at different heights...clouds in different strata. In observing these it is desirable to fix the eye by some immoveable object, as some point of a tree or building, the sun or...
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A Manual of Scientific Enquiry: Prepared for the Use of Officers in Her ...

John Frederick William Herschel - Life sciences - 1851 - 572 pages
...their maximum, and subside • and through what points of the compass they run 'in so doing. 6thly. The existence of crossing currents at different heights in the atmosphere, as indicated by the courses of the clouds in different strata. 7thly. The times of setting-in of remarkably hot or cold...
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