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" The mean pressure seems to be less than 29 ins., which is much lower than in similar latitudes, in the northern hemisphere. Some meteorologists hold that this vast cyclonic system and low-pressure area continues south as far as the pole, the more southerly... "
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society - Page 266
by Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain), James Glaisher - 1898
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Geological Magazine, Volume 10; Volume 40

Henry Woodward - Geology - 1903
...snowfall all round the South Polar regions, the mean pressure being less than 29 inches. But there are many indications that the extreme South Polar area...girdle of low pressure outside the ice-bound region. Boss found a gradual rise of pressure south of latitude 75 S., and all Antarctic voyagers agree that...
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Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society, Volume 7

Thomas Southwell (F.Z.S.) - Natural history - 1904
...snow-fall all round the South Polar regions. The mean pressure being less than 29 inches. But there are many indications that the extreme South Polar area...girdle of low pressure outside the ice-bound region. Ross found a gradual rise of pressure south of latitude 75 S., and all antarctic voyagers agree that...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 24

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorology - 1898
...a large number of facts, and that it does not rest upon a satisfactory knowledge of all the factors involved, and that even before it can be said to represent...which winds blow towards the girdle of low pressure outride the ice-bound region. In support of this view it is pointed out that Ross's barometric observations...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 62

Mathematics - 1898
...and snow-fall, all round the South Polar regions. The mean pressure seems to be less than 29 inches, which is much lower than in similar latitudes in the...vast anticyclone, out of which winds blow towards the girille of low pressure outside the ice-bound legion. In support of this view it is pointed out that...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 25

Meteorolgy - 1899
...73). Certainly no reader of these sentences would infer that, as Murray has pointed out, there are " many indications that the extreme South Polar area...girdle of low pressure outside the ice.bound region " (Proc. Roy. Soc. Ixii., 1898, p. 424), and I do not doubt that the writer of the last preceding quotation...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 25

Meteorolgy - 1899
...73). Certainly no reader of these sentences would infer that, as Murray has pointed out, there are " many indications that the extreme South Polar area...girdle of low pressure outside the ice-bound region " (Proc. ROIJ. Sue. Ixii., 1898, p. 424), and I do not doubt that the writer of the last preceding...
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Geological Magazine, Volume 10; Volume 40

Henry Woodward - Geology - 1903
...snowfall all round the South Polar regions, the mean pressure being less than 29 inches. But there are many indications that the extreme South Polar area...girdle of low pressure outside the ice-bound region. Ross found a gradual rise of pressure south of latitude 75 S., and all Antarctic voyagers agree that...
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Geological Magazine, Volume 10; Volume 40

Henry Woodward - Geology - 1903
...snowfall all round the South Polar regions, the mean pressure being less than 29 inches. But there are many indications that the extreme South Polar area...girdle of low pressure outside the ice-bound region. Eoss found a gradual rise of pressure south of latitude 75 S., and all Antarctic voyagers agree that...
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The Phantom of the Poles

William Reed - Arctic regions - 1906 - 283 pages
...are a remarkable feature in the meteorology of the Antarctic. Some meteorologists have held that a vast cyclonic system and low-pressure area continues...southerly parts being traversed by secondary cyclones ; others contend that the extreme south-polar area is occupied by a vast anticyclone, out of which...
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Report of the Board of Regents

Discoveries in science - 1898
...and snow fall, all round the South Polar regions. The mean pressure seems to be less than I'D inches, which is much lower than in similar latitudes in the...traversed by secondary cyclones. There are, however, 'Address l>y In. John Murray, FRS, and subsequent Hpeacbea, delivered at a special nieetin<; of the...
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