by J. G. M'Pherson
Publisher: T. C. & E. C. Jack 1905
Number of pages: 126
Contents: The Formation of Dew; True and False Dew; Hoar-Frost; Fog; Dust and Atmospheric Phenomena; A Fog-Counter; Formation of Clouds; Decay of Clouds; Haze; Hazing Effects of Atmospheric Dust; Thunder Clears the Air; Disease Germs in the Air; A Change of Air; An Autumn Afterglow; A Winter Foreglow; The Rainbow; The Aurora Borealis; The Blue Sky; A Sanitary Detective; Fog and Smoke; Electrical Deposition of Smoke; Radiation from Snow; Mountain Giants; The Wind; Cyclones and Anti-Cyclones; Rain Phenomena; The Meteorology of Ben Nevis; The Weather and Influenza; Climate; Weather-Forecasting; etc.
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