WFERENCES IRVINE, S. G . An outline of the climate of Shetland. Weather, 23, p. 393 Shetland weather in 1974. Ihid., 30, pp. 222-225 A CLASSIFICATION OF THE SNOWINESS OF 100 WINTERSA TRIBUTE TO THE LATE L. C. W. BONACINA By M. C . JACKSON Meteorological OBce, Bracknell T the end of the last century, L. C. W. Bonacina began to make systematic notes on winters. Following a number of articles on the snowiness of individual winters, he published a paper in British Rainfall(1927) detailing the snowiness characteristics of each of the 50 winters, 1875-6 to 1924-5. Following that he produced a similar article every ten years, giving the snowiness characteristics of the previous ten winters. His sudden death in June 1975 came just before the completion of his work on the decade 1965-6 to 1974-5, which would have provided a catalogue, albeit qualitative, of 100 winters by the same person. However, before his death, he had studied the classification of the ten winters 1965-6 to 1974-5 made by the present author, and had made constructive suggestions. It now seems a fitting tribute to his strong interest in winters, especially in snow, to publish the completed 100-year catalogue
Weather – Wiley
Published: Mar 1, 1977
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