2 edition of Weather observers and observations at Charleston, South Carolina, 1670-1871. found in the catalog.
Weather observers and observations at Charleston, South Carolina, 1670-1871.
Robert Croom Aldredge
1940 in [n.p .
Written in English
|Statement||By Robert Croom Aldredge.|
|LC Classifications||RA807.S6 C513|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||43029509|
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Some detailed observations were kept by weather enthusiasts, such as those of the Smithsonian Institution; WilliamAuthor: James G. Thomas, Charles Reagan Wilson. A leading journal in its field for more than three quarters of a century, the Bulletin spans the social, cultural, and scientific aspects of the Weather observers and observations at Charleston of medicine worldwide.
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Jefferson was elected president a few years later in By that time, there were a mere 12 active weather observers in six states (one in Connecticut, five in Massachusetts, one in New York, three in Pennsylvania, one in South Carolina, and one in Virginia; U.S.
Department of Commerce, ).These observers recorded temperature and/or rainfall on a systematic by: In Colonial South Carolina: Two Contemporary Descriptions, p. (Edited by Milling C. J.) University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, SC, Chalmers L.
An Account of the Weather and Diseases of South-Carolina Edward and Charles Dilly, London. Aldredge R. Weather observers and observations at Charleston, South Carolina, Cited by: 6.
The campus of the University of South Carolina at Columbia registered a temperature of degrees on June 29th, establishing a new all-time high temperature record for the state of South Carolina.
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This calendar does not include every major weather event, but does. John Lining to Secretary of the Royal Society, Jan.
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A magnitude earthquake shook Charleston, South Carolina around pm on this day. This earthquake is the most damaging quake to occur in the southeast United States.
This earthquake caused 60 deaths and between 5 to 6 million dollars in damage to over 2, buildings in the southeastern United States. People of South Carolina's coastal regions on Wednesday skied on the Charleston Battery, used yoga mats and frying pans to go sledding on mounds in Mount Pleasant, and emerged from.
Among the observers worthy of special mention were: Doctor John Lining, who, from tillnoted the climatic conditions in Charleston, South Carolina, and was the first to make a series of instrumental observations in the United States;2 [2 Ibidem, page ] John Winthrop, of Harvard College, who in began to collect such data, and.
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Professor John Winthrop of Harvard College ( to ) also noted weather conditions like his namesake of a century before.
John Lining of Charleston, South Carolina () compiled observations of temperature, pressure, humidity and precipitation. His work was continued for nine more years by his associate Dr Lionel Chambers.
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