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The Hurricane Guide

Being an Attempt to Connect the Rotary Gale or Revolving Storm with Atmospheric Waves

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Published: 1850
Language: English
Wordcount: 15,050 / 65 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 25.4
LoC Category: Q
Downloads: 571
Added to site: 2006.06.09
mnybks.net#: 13876
Genres: Science, Non-fiction
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est portion of this area is inland, but there is one important feature which the study of the barometer has brought to light, and which is by no means devoid of significance, viz. that the oscillations are much greater in the neighbourhood of water, and this appears to indicate that the junction lines of land and water form by far the most important portions of the globe in which to study both the phænomena of storms and waves. It is also very desirable that our knowledge of these phænomena should, with immediate reference to the surface of the ocean, be increased, and in this respect captains and masters of vessels may render essential service by observing and recording the state of the barometer, and direction and force of the wind, several times in the course of the day and night;[3] and when it is considered that the immediate object in view is one in which the mariner is personally interested, and one in which, it may be, his own safety is concerned, it is hoped that the kee

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