Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
A meteorological journal containing barometric readings taken at sunrise, noon, sunset and midnight.
This series comprises publications of meteorological data and of catalogues of observations of the stars and planets obtained with the Carlsberg Automatic Meridian Circle (CAMC). The publications were produced by the Real Instituto y Observatorio de la Armada en San Fernando, Copenhagen University Observatory and Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge, and latterly, solely by ROA.
A series of booklets containing measurements of the meteorological conditions, astronomical seeing and atmospheric extinction made at the site of the Carlsberg Automatic Meridian Circle (CAMC) in the Observatorio del Roque de los Muchachos, La Palma, Islas Canarias.
Miscellaneous correspondence regarding magnetism and meteorology, including an illustration and translation of a leaflet, sent by H.V. Skan to the Astronomer Royal, concerning a 'Radiation Balance Meter' being manufactured by Dr B. Lange in Berlin.
Correspondence regarding meteorological instruments, including correspondence with Negretti and Zambra, scientific instrument-makers, regarding a 'Distant Reading Thermograph'.
Correspondence regarding meteorological instruments, including a letter from H.G. Barker to the Meteorological Office regarding a large Stevenson Screen and the Dines anemo-biograph, and a request to the Admiralty from J.H. Whale for a rain recorder for Herstmonceux.
Correspondence with the Meteorological Office regarding the discontinuing of regular observations at the Royal Greenwich Observatory.
Correspondence regarding the Royal Observatory's Meteorological Enclosure and instruments, including letters regarding a Stevenson Screen in the Altazimuth Building at Greenwich, 1951.
Correspondence regarding reports sent to the Royal Observatory concerning meteorological phenomenon, including sightings of meteors, waterspouts, sun pillars, fire balls, solar and lunar haloes and the aurora borealis.
Correspondence regarding weather conditions and reports given by the Royal Observatory, including requests from solicitors and insurance companies for this information.
Miscellaneous correspondence regarding meteorology, including a memorandum on the units and standards of measurement employed at the National Physical Laboratory, 1950.
Miscellaneous correspondence with the general public on meteorological matters, including a pamphlet on 'The use of Wind-Power in Village Water Supply'.
Correspondence and some related papers concerning meteorology, indexed and divided into the following sections: Meteorological Office - London; Meteorological Commission - Cape Town; Local Correspondence and Information Given; Instruments; Officers of Her Majesty's Ships; and Miscellaneous.
A letter from the Civil Engineer-in-Chief, Admiralty, to the Astronomer Royal, 21 April 1951, and a letter from H.G. Barker, Secretary for the Astronomer Royal, to B. O'Rorke, 15 July 1953, regarding the Meteorological Enclosure at the Royal Greenwich Observatory.
Observations, notes and drafts, with related correspondence.
Papers relating to Manley's work in England and overseas
A copy of a letter from the Astronomer Royal to the Hydrographer of the Navy, Admiralty, regarding a rain recorder for Herstmonceux.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.