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British Rainfall Organization

Hugh Robert Mill

British Rainfall Organization

with rules for rainfall observers.

by Hugh Robert Mill

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Published by British Rainfall Organization in London .
Written in English

  • British Rainfall Organization.

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    Open LibraryOL19949595M

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The British Rainfall Organization, – David E. Pedgley Crowmarsh, Oxfordshire The name ‘British Rainfall Organization’ was first applied around to a system for gathering and publishing rainfall records from across the British Isles set up in by George James Symons.

He was aged 20 when he began to collate the rainfall recordsCited by: 2. The British Rainfall Organisation demonstrates the importance of networks in meteorology. It was founded in by George James Symons to coordinate rainfall observations by volunteers “of both sexes, all ages, and all classes”.

British Rainfall – Stephen Burt Stratfield Mortimer, Berkshire British Rainfall was the main publication of the British Rainfall Organization (BRO). In all, volumes were published, mostly single-year rainfall summaries, comprising almost 30 pages of printed material.

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Rainfall Records & Books home page. Bruce Pennington Archive. Chapbook submission guidelines. The British Isles have a mild climate and changeable weather including lots of rainfall. Many factors such as ocean currents, altitude and prevailing winds can affect the temperatures we experience.

The England and Wales Precipitation (EWP) record is a meteorological dataset which was originally published in the journal British Rainfall in and updated in a greatly revised form by a number of climatologists including Janice Lough, Tom Wigley and Phil Jones during the s and s.

The monthly mean rainfall and snowfall for the region of England and Wales are given (in millimetres) from. The BRDA provides 24 h rainfall depths at up to locations with records ranging from to (Rodda et al., ).

In total over 28 rainfall depths are listed (Table 1 gives an example), over pages of text, and over rainfall maps and photographs (Figure 1) are included.

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