Reference numberAP/25/10
TitleOn the Proportions of the prevailing Winds, the Mean Temperature, and depth of Rains, in the Climate of London; computed through a Cycle of Eighteen years, on periods of the Moon's declination
DescriptionWritten at Tottenham by Luke Howard Esq. FRS
Received 1 April 1841
Read 22 April 1841
Includes 18 tables, 6 diagrams, four in colour
Extent39 sides
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4515Howard; Luke (1772 - 1864)1772 - 1864
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