A practical guide to the climates and weather of India, Ceylon and Burmah and the storms of Indian seas, based chiefly on the publications of the Indian Meteorological Department
Mirza Firuz Shah
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Geography, Anthropology, Recreation
Shah Alam II 1759–1806
Henry Francis Branford
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Macmillan & Co., London - 1889
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Owing mainly to the systematic work of the Meteorological Department, established by the Government of India in 1875, we now possess a far better knowledge of the weather and climate of India than of those of any other tropical country, and, in some respects, better than of those of many parts of Europe ; thanks to the greater simplicity of the processes concerned, and to the prominence and regular recurrence of the more striking phases of the seasons.
The work consists of two parts. The first gives a concise general description of the kinds of observations made at Government observatories, and the information they directly afford. This constitutes what may be termed the elements of the climate and weather. The second deals with the practical applications of weather climate.
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