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" ... per cent — and the motion of the upper clouds from the north.west, point to the fact that the south pole is covered by what may be regarded practically as a great permanent anticyclone, more extensive in the winter months than in the summer. Nothing... "
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society - Page 267
by Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain), James Glaisher - 1898
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Nature, Volumes 16-70

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1877
...or near the point of saturation, and precipitation takes place in the form of rain, sleet, snow, or hail. Most of the observations near the ice-covered...practically as a great permanent anticyclone, with a 1 Address by Dr. John Murray, FRS, and subsequent speeches, •elivered at a special meeting of the...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 62

Mathematics - 1898
...in all probability precipitation over the Antarctic continent takes place in the form of fine suow crystals, such as is recorded in the interior of Greenland....probably seldom traversed by cyclonic disturbances. Bat what has been stated only shows how little real knowledge we possess concerning tho atmospheric...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 26

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorology - 1900
...and 50 per cent — and the motion of the upper clouds from the north.west, point to the fact that the south pole is covered by what may be regarded practically as a great permanent anticyclone, more extensive in the winter months than in the summer. Nothing more appalling than these frightful...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 26

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorology - 1900
...and 50 per cent — and the motion of the upper clouds from the north.west, point to the fact that the south pole is covered by what may be regarded practically as a great permanent anticyclone, more extensive in the winter months than in the summer. Nothing more appalling than these frightful...
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 16

Geography - 1900
...— and the motion of the upper clouds from the north-west, point to the fact that the south pole i3 covered by what may be regarded practically as a great permanent anti-cyclone, more extensive in the winter months than in the summer. Nothing more appalling than these frightful...
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The Antarctic Manual

Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - Antarctica - 1901 - 586 pages
...40 and 50 per cent.—and the motion of the upper clouds from the Northwest, point to the fact that the South Pole is covered by what may be regarded practically as a great permanent anti-cyclone, more extensive in the winter months than in the summer. Nothing more appalling than these frightful...
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The Antarctic Manual for the Use of the Expedition of 1901: Map

George Murray - Antarctic regions - 1901 - 586 pages
...and 50 per cent. — and the motion of the upper clouds from the Northwest, point to the fact that the South Pole is covered by what may be regarded practically as a great permanent anti-cyclone, more extensive in the winter months than in the summer. Nothing more appalling than these frightful...
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The Phantom of the Poles

William Reed - Arctic regions - 1906 - 283 pages
...and sixty per cent. — and the motion of the upper clouds from the northwest, point to the fact that the South Pole is covered by what may be regarded practically as a great permanent anti-cyclone more extensive in the winter months than in the summer. Nothing more appalling than these frightful...
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Report of the Board of Regents

Discoveries in science - 1898
...takes place in the form of rain, sleet, snow, or hail. Most of the observations near the ice covered land show, however, a much drier atmosphere, and in...prevailing winds blow out from the Pole all the year round toward the surrounding sea, as in the case of Greenland; but, unlike Greenland, this area is probably...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1897

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1898
...atmosphere, and in all probability precipitation over the Antarctic continent takes place in the form of flue snow crystals, such as is recorded in the interior...prevailing winds blow out from the Pole all the year round toward the surrounding sea, as in the case of Greenland; but, unlike Greenland, this area is probably...
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