Reference numberCMB/75
TitleGassiot Subcommittee for Magnetics
Date29 April 1910 to 23 May 1913
DescriptionMinutes and Reports

1. Magnetographs recording force components in horizontal plane by Charles Chree 29 April 1910
2. Magnetic Instruments at Kew and Eskdalemuir Observatory Report 10 May 1910
3. Reports on Cheltenham, Batavia and Buitenzorg, Potsdam, Pavlovsk 1910
4. Note on Registration of Perpendicular Horizontal Components 7 June 1910
5. Report of Sub-Committe on Magnetic Observations 28 October 1910
6. Report on Results of International Comparison of Magnetic Instruments 28 October 1910
7. Memorandum for the Magnetic Sub-Committee 26 october 1910
8. On Values of P and Q and Methods of Observation and Registration of Magnetic Elements October 1910
9. Some conclusions based on a visit to Potsdam and Seddin and a study of the Ergebniese der Magnetischen Beobachtungen ... 1910
10. Opinions sent to Subcommittee 1 November 1910
11. Extracts from Gassiot Committee Minutes 14 December 1910
12. 14 June 1911
13. 18 December 1911
14. 28 November 1912
15. 23 May 1913
Extent1 volume
Physical descriptionCarbons, typescipts and printed matter, inserted into this volume, minutes mostly printed and pasted into the volume
NotesSENT FOR CONSERVATION JULY 2015 - Returned 30 May 2016
Access statusOpen
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