2 edition of Selective guide to climatic data sources. found in the catalog.
Selective guide to climatic data sources.
National Weather Records Center (U.S.)
by U.S. Environmental Data Service; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington
Written in English
|Series||Key to meteorological records documentation, no. 4.11|
|LC Classifications||Z6685 .U64 no. 4-11, 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 90 p.|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||71602769|
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Rev. of Selective guide to climatic data sources, by Keith D. Butson and Warren L. Hatch (). Title on spine reads Key to meteorological records documentation. Indexed by type of data, e.g., snow (daily, monthly, annual, or long period); wind direction and speed (hourly, daily, monthly/annual, long period).
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Selective guide to climatic data sources / Keith D. Butson and Warren L. Hatch Date: Editeur / Publisher: Seattle, Wa: U.S. department of commerce, National oceanic and atmospheric administration.
is based on two data sources: All of our climate data comes from a climate model. The model has more than million data points and a resolution of 30 arc seconds.
The model uses weather data from thousands of weather stations from all over the. The term climatic data is used to describe the general set of measurements of the Earth's climate system, including the various elements of the Earth's atmosphere as well as those of the Earth's oceans and ice domains.
According to Frisinger (), the history of meteorology can be divided into three broad periods: the first from ca. B.C. to A.D., which he calls ThePeriod of. A great data story starts with great data.
That means it’s comprehensive, complete, and credible. But where do you find it. The best free data sources come from all sorts of places. You may have some in-house. You may come across some in an interesting study.
Or you may need to start from scratch. Luckily, you can always turn to your dear. Selective guide to climatic data sources [microform] / Warren L. Hatch Detecting, understanding & attributing climate change [electronic resource] / Neville Nicholls Tables of temperature, relative humidity, precipitation and sunshine for the world.