Handbook of Meteorology: A Manual for Cooperative Observers and Students by Jacques W Redway

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Jacques W Redway
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306
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9781332314270
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Excerpt from Handbook of Meteorology: A Manual for Cooperative Observers and Students

This text-book has been prepared for the use of cooperative observers and for the instruction of students in meteorology and aeronautics. It is essentially a laboratory manual.

Part I is an elementary synopsis of the general principles of air science, but is not wholly restricted thereto. The subject of atmospheric transparency and the principles of visibility may not be logically a part of meteorology, but it is one of great impor tance, not only to air men, but also to every one engaged in transportation. The chapter on the dust content of the air in part summarizes the researches of author in this field.

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