Relative frequency of the winds at the following stations, lying within a parallel of south latitude about 10° 35’
Abbott, Francis (1867) Relative frequency of the winds at the following stations, lying within a parallel of south latitude about 10° 35’. Monthly Notices of Papers & Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania . pp. 13-14.
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In comparing meteorological returns lately received from the above
stations with those of Hobart Town, a remarkable difference is apparent
in the conduct of the various currents of the atmospheric air, and the anomaly
becomes much increased in looking for an authority to confirm its correctness.
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