meteorology of the North Atlantic during August 1873

by Great Britain. Meteorological Office.

Publisher: H.M.S.O in London

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Statementby Captain Henry Toynbee illustrated by daily charts.
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This paper contains twelve charts of the North Atlantic Ocean west of the 60th meridian which show the average temperature of the surface water for each month of the year. Two additional charts show respectively the maximum and minimum values reached by the average temperature for any month.   The North Atlantic and South Atlantic each have distinct ocean currents that influence weather around the world. Water currents and gyres The ocean doesn't sit still like water in a sink. 2 days ago  West Central North Atlantic continental shelf and slope waters Updated: Sun, Dec UTC: High Seas Forecast description: North Atlantic Ocean Updated: Sun, Dec UTC: Atlantic Iceberg Analysis and Outlook Products. North. Halliwell, G. R. and P. Cornillon, Large-scale SST anomalies associated with subtropical fronts in the western North Atlantic during FASINEX, Journal of Marine Research, 47, Halliwell, G.R. and P. Cornillon, a: Large-Scale SST Variability in the Western North Atlantic Subtropical Convergence Zone during FASINEX.

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The cutter cruised in the war zone from 23 August until 11 November , during which time she assisted in the escort of merchant ships, only five of which were lost to submarine action. Ossipee returned to the Treasury Department in accordance with Executive Order of 28 August Upon return to the U. S., she resumed patrol and. Clearing Hong Kong 21 November , Colorado sailed by way of Singapore and Capetown for New York, arriving 11 March She was again out of commission from 25 March to 2 December Colorado sailed from New York 12 December to cruise the North Atlantic Station, and became flagship of the North Atlantic Squadron on 27 August

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