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Meteorological results of the Byrd Antarctic Expeditions 1928-30, 1933-35

George Grimminger

Meteorological results of the Byrd Antarctic Expeditions 1928-30, 1933-35

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by George Grimminger

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Antarctica.
    • Subjects:
    • Meteorology -- Antarctica.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby G. Grimminger ...
      SeriesU.S. Weather Bureau. Monthly weather review. Supplement, no. 42
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQC983 .A21 no. 42
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 106 p.
      Number of Pages106
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL237169M
      LC Control Numberagr41000046
      OCLC/WorldCa14379799

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Meteorological results of the Byrd Antarctic Expeditions 1928-30, 1933-35 by George Grimminger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Meteorological results of the Byrd Antarctic expeditions; Tables. [George Grimminger; William Cassius Haines]. Get this from a library. Meteorological results of the Byrd Antarctic Expeditionssummaries of data.

[George Grimminger]. Byrd Antarctic Expedition I, (F-O) 1933-35 book the Expeditionary Records Series. Location Box Folder Meteorological results, Monthly Weather Review, SupplementMeteorological results, Monthly Weather Review, Supplement  The WPA assisted in compiling and publishing (and perhaps analyzing too) meteorological data from Admiral Byrd's first two missions to Antarctica ( and ).

"Meteorological Results of the Byrd Antarctic Expeditions,with book & article titles such as "The Polar Regions. Location Box Folder Folder Description; E, correspondence: Ellsworth, Lincoln, correspondence: INDEX TO SELECTED ANTARCTIC OBITUARIES APPEARING IN THE POLAR RECORD OF THE SCOTT POLAR RESEARCH INSTITUTE This is a work-in-progress that attempts to include references to obituaries of those who were Meteorological results of the Byrd Antarctic Expeditions 1928-30 associated with the Heroic Age of Antarctic exploration (loosely defined) Meteorological results of the Byrd Antarctic Expeditions 1928-30 have appeared in the Polar Record, the journal of the Scott Polar Research Institute.

New Deal of the Day Daily (or almost daily) ideas, tid bits, factoids, stories, research notes, news, and other fun things from Meteorological results of the Byrd Antarctic Expeditions 1928-30 most interesting time period in American history.

"Meteorological Results of the Byrd Antarctic Expeditions,amplify scientific data on the South Polar area and consolidate and develop the. The caption notes, in part, 1933-35 book the flag was carried by Richard E.

Byrd to the north and south poles and was given to Sherman Adams on Novem A letter from Byrd states: "I carried [the flag] with me over the North Pole in [and] on the following Antarctic expeditions: The THIRD BYRD ANTARCTIC IV" and "Byrd V". Officially, however, the privately sponsored Byrd expeditions only number two ( and ).

Unfortunately, a cloud hung over the expedition in the form of provision 9(c) of President Roosevelts' orders of Novemwhich read to the effect that all expedition members would have.

For fourteen years or so various expeditions, one succeeding the other, had occupied my time and thoughts, to the exclusion of nearly everything else.

In it was the Navy's transatlantic flight; inGreenland; inthe North Pole; inthe Atlantic Ocean;the South Pole; andthe Antarctic again.4/4(2). Abstract.

Antarctica’s atmospheric circulation and its causes and effects are major gaps in current meteorological knowledge. Until they are filled, there can be no complete understanding of 1933-35 book weather processes of the earth as a whole, and especially of the radiative balance of the earth’s surface and upper atmosphere and of the mechanics of variations in the general by: 5.

Box 3. Expeditions. Byrd Antarctic Expedition I, Meteorograph. OSCANYAN, COLONEL PAUL C. Papers. PAPERS RELATING TO WORLD WAR II.

1 inch. Arranged by type of item. These papers relate to Oscanyan's service in the Army Air Corps in Greenland during World War II. The Antarctic is unique, geographically, politically, and scientifically. It is the most remote, hostile, and dangerous continent, while at the same time 1933-35 book is the most pristine and least developed.

Antarctica is the only major part of the Earth's landmass not directly governed by one nation, but under the control of a Treaty, with a 1933-35 book Author: Beau Riffenburgh.

Discovered in December by the [[Byrd Antarctic Expedition]] geological party under [[Quin Blackburn]], and named by Byrd for [[Joseph T. Gardiner]] of Wellington, [[New Zealand]], agent for the Byrd Antarctic Expedition of and Named by the FIDS for [[William C. Haines]], American meteorologist and member of the [[Byrd Antarctic Expeditions]] of andand joint author of the meteorological reports of these two expeditions.

{{usgs-gazetteer}} {{antarctica-geo-stub}} [[Category:Glaciers of. The importance he placed on photomapping may be reflected in his selection of Ashley C. McKinley as third in command of his Antarctic expedition.

McKinley was aerial surveyor in the party. Byrd was the first to fly over the geographic south pole (Nov. 29, ) and for this feat he is more generally recognized. Antarctica lies concentrically about the South Pole, its landmass almost wholly covered by a vast ice sheet averaging 6, ft (2, m) is divided into two subcontinents: East Antarctica, consisting mainly of a high, ice-covered plateau, and West Antarctica, consisting largely of an archipelago of mountainous islands covered with ice.

41 'Meteorological Research of the Byrd Expeditions' which contains a set of tables providing sub-daily meteorological observations taken on 15Author: Clive Wilkinson. The first landing on any part of the Continent other than the northern parts of Graham Land was made from Bull's ship Antarctic inthough the expedition led by Borchgrevink in called its book First on the Antarctic Continent.

This exception of Graham Land seems to overlook the fact that Biscoe's landing was on an island. NAVP The primary purpose of decorations, medals, commendations and citations, either individual or by units, is to recognize and reward acts or services of distinction which were above and beyond that normally expected and which distinguished the individual or unit among those performing similar acts or services.

and Second and Third "Byrd" Expeditions, the so-called "English" photo post cards, a marvelous complete set of 17 different showing various scenes from the expedition, all used with violet boxed cachet explaining carriage from Antarctica on the S.S.

Bear of Oakland, each franked with a U.S. 3c Byrd commemorative and tied by. The mountain was discovered by Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd on an airplane flight, Novemand named by him for Mabelle E. Sidley, the daughter of William Horlick who was a contributor to the –35 Byrd Antarctic Expedition.

Meteorological Log in the Antarctic, Nov to Feb Q. R Met S. MGB-F Antarctic Grimminger, G. Metoeorlogical results of the Byrd Antarctic ExpeditionMGX Mossman, R. C On a see-saw of barometric pressure, temperature and wind velocity between the Weddell Sea and the Ross Sea.

panied Byrd on his expedition to Little America, and with H. Har– rison took nearly fourteen months’ surface and upper air observations. Returning to the same location on the journey, Haines assisted G.

Grimminger in setting up the meteorological facilities, and the latter. Antarctica: United States Antarctic Expeditions, a comprehensive collection of souvenir picture postcards in a binder, incl.

PA-1 to PA, PA to PA17 set of seventeen less PA, with variations incl. PA-7 image reversed and PA untitled, most used and with signed Greetings cachet, Neill of Dunedin ''Aotea-Roa'' cards PB. ERA-CLIM.

Historical surface and upper-air data for future reanalysis. t he Byrd Antarctic e xpeditions of –30 a nd 1 Polar Year Expeditions Meterorology: Author: Alexander Stickler.

Number of results: Sale number: Antarctica: French Antarctic Expedition A selection of picture postcards, comprising Wharton types FI-2 used from Le Havre, FI-6 unused, FI-8 used (stamp faults), FI used, Remington Typewriter advertising cards XPX-3a and XPU-4a unused.

(6). Full text of "Geographic Names of the Antarctic 2nd Edition" See other formats. Shortly following the end of the war in Europe, Admiral Richard Byrd led the Antarctic expedition known as Operation High Jump ofequipped with 13 ships, six aircraft and 4, men.

Amongst other things, its purpose was to study weather and the skies, to measure earth tremors and magnetism, and to investigate ions in the upper air. BYRD SOUTH POLE EXPEDITIONS (/30 & /35) On his first Antarctic Expedition, Richard Byrd took off in the airplane Floy Bennet from the Expedition’s Base at Little America, and after a.

More than maps, the results of his cartographic skill, may be seen among the collections of the New York Historical Society. He is on record as one of the visitors to American Union Lodge at Morristown on Dec.

27,when the famous mi tary traveling lodge entertained a distinguished assemblage, headed by General Washington. Geographic Discoveries finding new geographic objects or laws. Discoveries associated with new geographic objects predominated in the early phases of the development of geography. A particularly important role was attached to discoveries of previously unknown land areas (territorial discoveries).

With the development of geography as a science. Byrd Antarctic Expedition ]. Byrd Antarctic Expedition I "City of New York". Fraunfelter China Company of Ohio, Very good. Souvenir 'Fraunfelter China' blue and white beer mug with vignette on one side of the "City of New York," Byrd's flagship on his first expedition to the Antarcticand a penguin on the other.

SOLD. Commissioned in and advanced through grades to brigadier general. Mason. J and buried in 96th Infantry Div. Cemetery in Okinawa. Edmund P.

Easterbrook () Chief of chaplains, U.S. Army, b. Dec. 22, in Torquay, England. He was ordained as a.

Correspondence relating chiefly to the preparation of Bryan's book, Edison, the Man and His Work (), incomplete typescript of the book, miscellaneous notes, clippings, and photos used for this and earlier books, autograph album, Bryan's copy of Edison, His Life and Inventions (), by F.L.

Dyer and T.C. Martin, and notes and photocopies. byrd south pole expeditions (/30 & /35) 19 ARTICLES solo excursion for several months, and occupied, during the deepening polar twilight, a structure called Bolling Advance Base some kilometres south from the base camp Little America II, for a personal exercise in self-experimentation.

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Admiral Richard Byrd is one of the great Polar explorers and is responsible for transforming Antarctic expeditions from the dangerous days of the heroic era to the comfort and safety available in modern Antarctic stations.

Byrd organised several American expeditions to Antarctica and built the research station Little America in the Bay of. All of this makes the Encyclopedia of the Antarctic a unique resource and tool for a wide readership of students, researchers, scholars, and anyone with a general interest in the region of the Antarctic, sub-Antarctic, and Southern Ocean.

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