Prof. J. D. Everett, F.R.S

1904 Nature  
NATURE 397 Atlantic, for which purpose it obtains observations of wind, weather, barometer, and temperature of air and sea from observers in the Mercantile Marine who are willing to assist in the advancement of our knowledge of th e weather in this way, and a daily chart is prepared giving-a picture of the weather over the Atlantic and for the adjacent continents of Europe and America for 8 o'clock each morning. A study of these is helpful to the furtherance of our better understanding of meteorology and its complicated problems, but
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