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|Title:||History of the Urbana weather station, 1888-1963|
|Author(s):||Changnon, Stanley Alcide; Boyd, G.R.|
|Subject(s):||University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus) Campus weather station History|
|Publisher:||Illinois State Water Survey|
|Series/Report:||Illinois State Water Survey ; circular 88.|
|Description:||Mode of access: Internet.
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Title from title screen, as viewed on Feb. 27, 2007.
Includes bibliographical references p. 27-28.
The Urbana weather station on the campus of the University of Illinois, now called the Morrow Plots Weather Station, has an interesting history. The station is one of the oldest University installations still in operation, and it is unique in comparison with other weather stations in Illinois. This chronicle of the campus weather station concerns not only the types of weather data that have been collected, but also the persons who operated the station and the instruments used to collect the data. Appendix C contains tables of average temperature, maximum and minimum temperature, precipitation, and snowfall by months for the period 1889-1962.
|Rights Information:||Copyright 1963 Board of Trustees University of Illinois.|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2016-11-14|
|Identifier in Online Catalog:||5345778|
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Circular - Illinois State Water Survey
Monographic series published by the Illinois State Water Survey from 1928 to date