Definition of Meteorograph. Meaning of Meteorograph. Synonyms of Meteorograph

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Definition of Meteorograph

Meteorograph
Meteorograph Me`te*or"o*graph, n. [Meteor + -graph.] An instrument which registers meteorologic phases or conditions.

Meaning of Meteorograph from wikipedia

- Meteorograph may refer to: Meteogram, a graphical presentation of weather variables with respect to time Barograph, a pressure recording device Thermo-hygrograph...
- available, the Superior yielded upon the promise of a Secchi Universal Meteorograph purchased from the Holy See. This started systemic observation of the...
- time-series techniques because of the way the variables change with time. The meteorograph recording of weather variables "as they happen" is simply another application...
- the procurement and acquisition of an instrument called the Universal Meteorograph (an invention of another Jesuit, Fr. Angelo Seechi, SJ of the Vatican...
- www.kitesite.com.au. "Kites, Blue Hill (MA) Observatory; Equipment, Meteorograph. [photograph]". National Air and Space Museum. 12 May 2016. Cellular...
- informative article of Hamberg's Sarek-buildings including the Hydro-meteorographs. During the years 1917-1918 he was an ****istant at the Nautisk-Meteorologiska...
- Jean F. (1937). "Upper Air Study by Means of Balloons and the Radio Meteorograph". Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences. The American Institute of Aeronautics...
- and Technology. CRC Press. p. 42. ISBN 978-0-8493-1247-2. "NBS radio meteorographs :: Historic Photographs Collection". nistdigitalarchives.contentdm.oclc...
- lakes and fish farms. He studied the climate of Rome and invented a "Meteorograph" for the convenient recording of several categories of weather data....
- Lighter-than-water kite as tailing buoy Kite of the US Weather Bureau carrying meteorograph c. 1910 Kites have been used for scientific purposes, such as Benjamin...
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