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Proceedings of the British Meteorological Society, Volume 1 Proceedings of the British Meteorological Society, Volume 1 by British Meteorological. The Royal Meteorological Society is a long-established institution that promotes academic and public engagement in weather and climate science.
Fellows of the Society must possess relevant qualifications, but Associate Fellows can be lay enthusiasts. Its Quarterly Journal is one of the world's leading sources of original research in the atmospheric sciences.
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“Investigating Seasonality in Forecast Bias.” Poster presentation at. the. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting: th Annual Students Conference at. THE STORY OF THE ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY THE STORY OF THE ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY Ratcliffe, R. HE first attempt to organise people interested in meteorology into an effective Society was made on 15 October when a meeting was held at the London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill.
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (): **Katzav, J. and W.S. Parker The future of climate modeling. JAMES RODGER FLEMING is an internationally known historian of science and technology and Professor of Science, Technology, and Society at Colby College.
He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University (B.S. astronomy), Colorado State University (M.S. atmospheric science) and Princeton University (Ph.D. history).Covering work by early French and British observers, including the most assiduous colonial weather observers, King’s Physician Jean-Francois Gaultier (–) and McGill Observatory founder Dr.
Charles Smallwood (–), the book presents excerpts from weather diaries and other records that reveal, more than the climate itself.When the Cambridge Historical Society was founded inmembers would meet in private homes and on the Harvard campus and read to each other articles they had written about Cambridge history.
Between andthese lectures were published as The Proceedings of the Cambridge Historical Society. View the Finding Aid for The Proceedings here.