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MT. WASHINGTON OBSERVATORY

MT. WASHINGTON OBSERVATORY cooperation of the Observatory in the second International Polar Year and International Cloud Year. Aerological work, chiefly with pilot bal- loons, has been restored to the Observatory's program, and continuous records of solar and sky radiation have just been added. The Blue Hill Observatory has encouraged Joseph B. Dodge and others in the reestab- lishment of an observatory on Mt. Washington and has supplied practi- cally all the meteorological equipment. The numerous recording and indicating instruments are giving nearly as complete a record there as is being obtained on Blue Hill. Two stations at the base have also been equipped, that in Pinkham Notch very fully. The meteorological pro- gra m for Mt. Washington was developed and is being supervised by the Blue Hill Observatory. The research program of the Observatory has been extended also by the appointment recently of three internationally known meteorologists as research associates: Dr. Oliver L. Fassig and Dr. H. H. Kimball, of Washington ; and Dr. Bernhard Haurwitz, of Leipzig. Prof. S. P. Fer- gusson continues as Research Associate. The fund as it now starts is a nucleus to which additions are solocited. Her e is a fund under the administration of a great http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

MT. WASHINGTON OBSERVATORY

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 13 (12): 2 – Dec 1, 1932

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Abstract

cooperation of the Observatory in the second International Polar Year and International Cloud Year. Aerological work, chiefly with pilot bal- loons, has been restored to the Observatory's program, and continuous records of solar and sky radiation have just been added. The Blue Hill Observatory has encouraged Joseph B. Dodge and others in the reestab- lishment of an observatory on Mt. Washington and has supplied practi- cally all the meteorological equipment. The numerous recording and indicating instruments are giving nearly as complete a record there as is being obtained on Blue Hill. Two stations at the base have also been equipped, that in Pinkham Notch very fully. The meteorological pro- gra m for Mt. Washington was developed and is being supervised by the Blue Hill Observatory. The research program of the Observatory has been extended also by the appointment recently of three internationally known meteorologists as research associates: Dr. Oliver L. Fassig and Dr. H. H. Kimball, of Washington ; and Dr. Bernhard Haurwitz, of Leipzig. Prof. S. P. Fer- gusson continues as Research Associate. The fund as it now starts is a nucleus to which additions are solocited. Her e is a fund under the administration of a great

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Dec 1, 1932

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