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Reference numberMS/119/2/148
LevelItem
TitleLetter from John Allan Broun, 9 Abercorn Place, London to Humphrey Lloyd
Date28 May 1878
DescriptionDiscussion on temperature correction, and the mean diurnal fluctuation at Dublin in 1843. Broun asks Lloyd to look at his conclusions relating to obtaining limits to the change in temperature. Broun lists a number of equations and specifies what they represent. Discussion on the variation of the horizontal force.

Broun informs Lloyd he has gone over all of the Makerstoun observations in order to obtain Lloyd's coefficient. Broun subtracted the daily mean force at Makerstoun from the daily mean in 1844 to obtain the coefficient. Broun discusses his methods and results.

Discussion on the temperature limit. Broun asks Lloyd's opinion regarding this
Extent6p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionInkn on paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA3813Broun; John Allan (1817 - 1879)1817 - 1879
NA8252Lloyd; Humphrey (1800 - 1881)1800 - 1881
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