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  1. Phil. Trans. 16, 1686-1687.
  2. Die barometrischen höhenmessungen und ihre bedeutung für die physik der atmosphare,Leipzig; 1870.
  3. Sur la formule barometrique. Annales du bureau central met. 1; 1896.
  4. Report of the Chief of the Weather Bureau, 2; 1900-1901.
  5. Lehrbuch der meteorologie, Leipzig; 1915.
  6. A Angot, Resumé des observ. Met. au Bur. Cent. et a la tour Eiffel; 1890-94. Annalesdu Bur. Cent. 1894 Memoires.
  7. Free air data by means of sounding balloons, Fort Omaha, Nebraska; July, 1914.Monthly Weather Review, p. 255; 1916.
  8. An optical altitude indicator for night landing, Optical Journal, p. 225, 7; 1923.
  9. Smithsonian meteorological tables, 4th ed.
  10. For a more complete discussion see "Altitude Instruments" N.A.C.A. Report No.126; 1922.
  11. Monthly Weather Review; January, 1918.
  12. Computer's handbook, British Meteoro. Office, 223, Sec. 2 p. 22; 1917.
  13. N. A. C. A. Report No. 126, Part IV.
  14. Scheel and Heuse, Ann. d Phys. 31, pp. 715-736; 1910.
  15. Smithsonian Meteorological Tables, 4th Ed., Table 78.
  16. M. W. R. loc. cit.
  17. Smithsonian meteorological tables, 4th Ed., Table 54.
  18. Journ. Franklin Institute, 184, p. 530; 1917.
  19. Manual of meteorology British Meteoro. Office, Part 4, 234; 1919.
  20. Mean values of free-air pressures, temperatures, and densities over the United States. Monthly Wealth. Rev., p. 11; Jan. 1918. Standard atmosphere, N. A. C. A. Report No.47; 1922.
  21. Patterson: Upper air invest. in Canada, Part I.
  22. W. H. Dines: The characteristics of the free attosphere. Geo. Mem., 13, British
  23. W. J. Humphreys: The temperature, pressure, and density of the atmosphere in theregion of northern France. Monthly Weath. Rev., p. 159; March, 1919.
  24. W. H. Dines: Circulation and temperature of the atmosphere. Monthly WeatherRev. 43, p. 55; 1915
  25. R. Radau, Le Moniteur Scientifique; April, 1864, pp. 1-11, Les Mondes, Paris; 1864.
  26. H. G. Tizard: Methods of measuring aircraft performance, Aeronautical Journal, 21,p. 108; 1917.
  27. A. Toussaint; L'Aeronautique; Oct., 1919, P. Grimault; N. A. C. A. Rev. of Aero.Works, Nos. 7-8; 1920. T. M. Barlow; Aero. Jour., p. 152; 1922.
  28. W. R. Gregg, N. A. C. A. Report No. 147; 1922.
  29. Experimental laws concerning the variation of barometric pressure and the density of air with changes in altitude. L'Aerophile. 27, p. 335; 1919. Comptes Rendus; Dec. 1919.
  30. Bur. of Stds. Cir. No. 46; 1922.
  31. H. Blasius. Tech. Berichte, 3, (No. 6), p. 193; 1918. E. Everling Tech. Berichte, 1,(No. 6), p. 255; 1917.

Angot, A

A Angot, Resumé des observ. Met. au Bur. Cent. et a la tour Eiffel; 1890-94. Annalesdu Bur. Cent. 1894 Memoires.

Blasius, H.

H. Blasius. Tech. Berichte, 3, (No. 6), p. 193; 1918. E. Everling Tech. Berichte, 1,(No. 6), p. 255; 1917.

Dines, W. H.

W. H. Dines: The characteristics of the free attosphere. Geo. Mem., 13, British

W. H. Dines: Circulation and temperature of the atmosphere. Monthly WeatherRev. 43, p. 55; 1915

Gregg, W. R.

W. R. Gregg, N. A. C. A. Report No. 147; 1922.

Humphreys, W. J.

W. J. Humphreys: The temperature, pressure, and density of the atmosphere in theregion of northern France. Monthly Weath. Rev., p. 159; March, 1919.

Radau, R.

R. Radau, Le Moniteur Scientifique; April, 1864, pp. 1-11, Les Mondes, Paris; 1864.

Tizard, H. G.

H. G. Tizard: Methods of measuring aircraft performance, Aeronautical Journal, 21,p. 108; 1917.

Toussaint, A.

A. Toussaint; L'Aeronautique; Oct., 1919, P. Grimault; N. A. C. A. Rev. of Aero.Works, Nos. 7-8; 1920. T. M. Barlow; Aero. Jour., p. 152; 1922.

Other (31)

Phil. Trans. 16, 1686-1687.

Die barometrischen höhenmessungen und ihre bedeutung für die physik der atmosphare,Leipzig; 1870.

Sur la formule barometrique. Annales du bureau central met. 1; 1896.

Report of the Chief of the Weather Bureau, 2; 1900-1901.

Lehrbuch der meteorologie, Leipzig; 1915.

A Angot, Resumé des observ. Met. au Bur. Cent. et a la tour Eiffel; 1890-94. Annalesdu Bur. Cent. 1894 Memoires.

Free air data by means of sounding balloons, Fort Omaha, Nebraska; July, 1914.Monthly Weather Review, p. 255; 1916.

An optical altitude indicator for night landing, Optical Journal, p. 225, 7; 1923.

Smithsonian meteorological tables, 4th ed.

For a more complete discussion see "Altitude Instruments" N.A.C.A. Report No.126; 1922.

Monthly Weather Review; January, 1918.

Computer's handbook, British Meteoro. Office, 223, Sec. 2 p. 22; 1917.

N. A. C. A. Report No. 126, Part IV.

Scheel and Heuse, Ann. d Phys. 31, pp. 715-736; 1910.

Smithsonian Meteorological Tables, 4th Ed., Table 78.

M. W. R. loc. cit.

Smithsonian meteorological tables, 4th Ed., Table 54.

Journ. Franklin Institute, 184, p. 530; 1917.

Manual of meteorology British Meteoro. Office, Part 4, 234; 1919.

Mean values of free-air pressures, temperatures, and densities over the United States. Monthly Wealth. Rev., p. 11; Jan. 1918. Standard atmosphere, N. A. C. A. Report No.47; 1922.

Patterson: Upper air invest. in Canada, Part I.

W. H. Dines: The characteristics of the free attosphere. Geo. Mem., 13, British

W. J. Humphreys: The temperature, pressure, and density of the atmosphere in theregion of northern France. Monthly Weath. Rev., p. 159; March, 1919.

W. H. Dines: Circulation and temperature of the atmosphere. Monthly WeatherRev. 43, p. 55; 1915

R. Radau, Le Moniteur Scientifique; April, 1864, pp. 1-11, Les Mondes, Paris; 1864.

H. G. Tizard: Methods of measuring aircraft performance, Aeronautical Journal, 21,p. 108; 1917.

A. Toussaint; L'Aeronautique; Oct., 1919, P. Grimault; N. A. C. A. Rev. of Aero.Works, Nos. 7-8; 1920. T. M. Barlow; Aero. Jour., p. 152; 1922.

W. R. Gregg, N. A. C. A. Report No. 147; 1922.

Experimental laws concerning the variation of barometric pressure and the density of air with changes in altitude. L'Aerophile. 27, p. 335; 1919. Comptes Rendus; Dec. 1919.

Bur. of Stds. Cir. No. 46; 1922.

H. Blasius. Tech. Berichte, 3, (No. 6), p. 193; 1918. E. Everling Tech. Berichte, 1,(No. 6), p. 255; 1917.

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