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THE MARION EXPEDITION TO DAVIS STRAIT AND BAFFIN BAY 1

THE MARION EXPEDITION TO DAVIS STRAIT AND BAFFIN BAY 1 Observatory of Harvard University for the seven months, November, 1932, to May, 1933. Prof . C.-G. ROSSBY, in charge of the Meteorology Course, Mass. Inst, of Technology, sailed Dec. 1 fo r Europe, where he will spend six months in research, chiefly in Scandinavia. Mr. D. C. ARCHIBALD, M.SC., who has been in charge of the Winnipeg office of the Meteorological Service in Canada, has been transferred to the Central Office in Toronto. NE W STATIO N IN TH E NORTH A complete meteorological station, telegraphing twice daily to the cen- tral offices, has been installed by the Meteorological Service of Canada at Moosonee, on James Bay. This is the location of the old Hudson Bay Company fort, Moose Factory. It makes a welcome addition to the net- work of stations in Northern Canada. TH E "MARION " EXPEDITIO N T O DAVI S STRAIT AND BAFFI N BA Y 1 This bulletin is one of three on the Marion's cruise to the ice regions. Coast Guard Bulletin No. 19, Part III, by Lieut. Comm. Edward IT. Smith, concerns itself with the oceanography and the ice. Part II treats especially of the oceanography of Baffin Bay and Davis Strait: http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

THE MARION EXPEDITION TO DAVIS STRAIT AND BAFFIN BAY 1

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

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Abstract

Observatory of Harvard University for the seven months, November, 1932, to May, 1933. Prof . C.-G. ROSSBY, in charge of the Meteorology Course, Mass. Inst, of Technology, sailed Dec. 1 fo r Europe, where he will spend six months in research, chiefly in Scandinavia. Mr. D. C. ARCHIBALD, M.SC., who has been in charge of the Winnipeg office of the Meteorological Service in Canada, has been transferred to the Central Office in Toronto. NE W STATIO N IN TH E NORTH A complete meteorological station, telegraphing twice daily to the cen- tral offices, has been installed by the Meteorological Service of Canada at Moosonee, on James Bay. This is the location of the old Hudson Bay Company fort, Moose Factory. It makes a welcome addition to the net- work of stations in Northern Canada. TH E "MARION " EXPEDITIO N T O DAVI S STRAIT AND BAFFI N BA Y 1 This bulletin is one of three on the Marion's cruise to the ice regions. Coast Guard Bulletin No. 19, Part III, by Lieut. Comm. Edward IT. Smith, concerns itself with the oceanography and the ice. Part II treats especially of the oceanography of Baffin Bay and Davis Strait:

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Dec 1, 1932

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