The volume contains tables and graphs of meteorological statistics for Lincoln, 1939-1940,including humidity, barometer readings, sunshine hours, rainfall and other weather observations.These statistics are accompanied by newspaper cuttings about severe weather conditions around theworld during the period covered by the volume. There are two cuttings about the weather in Lincoln,England. 1939-1942 (MS 696).
Meteorological volume of Ronald Osborne (fl. 1939-1942), meteorologist,1939-1942
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- ReferenceGB 159 MS 696
- Dates of Creation1939-1942
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description1 volume
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No details about Ronald Osborne are as yet known provided at the time of acquisition suggeststhat he worked for the Meteorological Office in Lincoln.
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