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" That which we call weather is only one phase in the succession of phenomena whose complete cycle, recurring with greater or less uniformity every year, constitutes the climate of any locality. "
The Weather and Climate of Chicago - Page xxiv
by Henry Joseph Cox, John Howard Armington - 1914 - 375 pages
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Air and health

Ronald Campbell Macfie - Science - 1909 - 345 pages
...and Hann-s definition of climate as "the sum total of the meteorological phenomena that characterise the average condition of the atmosphere at any one place on the earth-s surface," is more satisfactory. The daily meteorological mean with respect to the temperature,...
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Descriptive Meteorology

Willis Luther Moore - Meteorology - 1910 - 344 pages
...Hann, at the beginning of his " Handbook of Climatology," 1 gives the following definition of climate: "By climate we mean the sum total of the meteorological...the succession of phenomena whose complete cycle, recurring with greater or less uniformity every year, constitutes the climate of any locality." The...
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Descriptive meteorology

Willis Luther Moore - Meteorology - 1910 - 344 pages
...at the beginning of his " Handbook of Climatology," 1 gives the following definition of climate : " By climate we mean the sum total of the meteorological...the succession of phenomena whose complete cycle, recurring with greater or less uniformity every year, constitutes the climate of any locality." The...
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An Introduction to a biology and other papers

Arthur Dukinfield Darbishire - Biology - 1917 - 290 pages
...that we could pre1 " By dimate we mean the sum total of the meteorological phenomena that characterise the average condition of the atmosphere at any one...surface. That which we call weather is only one phase io the succession of phenomena whose complete cycle, recurring with greater or less uniformity every...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1883

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1885
...''By climate we understand the sum total of the meteorological phenomena that characterize the mean condition of the atmosphere at any one place on the earth's surface. That which we call the weather is only one phase, a single act, or part of the succession of phenomena whose complete...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1885
..."By climate we understand the sum total of the meteorological phe. nomena that characterize the mean condition of the atmosphere at any one place on the earth's surface. That which we call the weather is only one phase, a single act, or part of the succession of phenomena whose complete...
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