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  • Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 1st edition. 

    Page, James (Government Printing OfficeWashington, DC, 1906)
    The form of weather Report at present issued to vessels by the U. S. weather Bureau is a slight modification of that devised by the U. S. Signal Service for the purpose of its series of International Simultaneous Meteorological ...
  • Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 2nd edition. 

    Heiskell, Henry L. (Government Printing OfficeWashington, DC, 1908)
    The form of Weather Report at present issued to vessels by the U. S. Weather Bureau is a slight modification of that devised by the U. S. Signal Service for the purpose of its series of International Simultaneous Meteorological ...
  • Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 3rd edition. 

    Heiskell, Henry L. (Government Printing OfficeWashington, DC, 1910)
    Introduction.- The Meteorological Report at present issued to vessels by the U. S. Weather Bureau, for forwarding observations , is a slight modification of that devised by the U. S. Signal Service for the purpose of its ...
  • Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 4th edition. 

    U.S. Weather Bureau (Government Printing OfficeWashington, DC, 1925)
    The ocean meteorological program of the Weather Bureau calls in general for the making of but one regular observation a day, this, as well known, being made at noon G.M.T. (civil). However, in certain designated areas from ...
  • Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 5th edition. 

    U.S. Weather Bureau (Government Printing OfficeWashington, DC, 1929)
    The ocean meteorological program of the Weather Bureau calls in general for the making of but one regular observation a day, this, as well known, being made at noon· Greenwich mean time, (civil). However, in certain ...
  • Instructions to the Marine Meteorological Observers of the U. S. Weather Bureau, 6th edition 

    U.S. Weather Bureau (Government Printing OfficeWashington, DC, 1938)
    The ocean meteorological program of the Weather Bureau has two separate and distinct parts. First, there is the daily service by radio. Owing to the need for brevity, the radio reports contain a limited amount of essential ...
  • Manual of Marine Meteorological Observations, Eighth edition. 

    U.S. Weather Bureau (Government Printing OfficeWashington, DC, 1950)
    The Conference of Brussels, called in 1853, was the first International Maritime Conference ever held. It sponsored the idea that Governments should foster systematic weather observations on ships, and should prepare and ...
  • Manual of Marine Meteorological Observations, Ninth edition 

    U.S. Weather Bureau (Government Printing OfficeWashington, DC, 1954)
    The Conference of Brussels, called in 1853, was the first International Maritime Conference ever held. It sponsored the idea that governments should foster systematic weather observations on ships, and should prepare and ...
  • Manual of Marine Meteorological Observations, Ninth edition, Change No. 1 

    U.S. Weather Bureau (Government Printing OfficeWashington, DC, 1955)
    Change #1 to Circular M consists of the attached page changes; i.e., pages v-vi, 3-6, 27-30, 39-40, 47-54, 67-68 and 71-86. These changes are effective January 1, 1955, as indicated at the top o'£ each page in which changes ...
  • Manual of Marine Meteorological Observations, Tenth edition. 

    U.S. Weather Bureau (Government Printing OfficeWashington, DC, 1959)
    The Conference of Brussels, called in 1853, was the first International Maritime Conference ever held. It sponsored the idea that governments should foster systematic weather observations on ships, and should prepare and ...
  • El Niño 

    Zambrano, E. (Instituto Oceanográfico de la Armada, Guayaquil, Ecuador, 1996)
    En el presente trabajo se explican ciertos conceptos frecuentemente empleados por oceanógrafos y meteorólogos en sus investigaciones relativas a El Niño. Se hace una breve revisión histórica de la evolución del nombre de ...