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Precipitation at Armagh Observatory 1838-1997

Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Section B 98(2): 123-140
Precipitation at Armagh Observatory 1838-1997
The meteorological series maintained at Armagh Observatory, Northern Ireland, began in 1795 and are the longest in Ireland and among the longest in the British Isles. The monthly mean daily precipitation recorded at Armagh since 1838 are presented.

Accession: 003237827

DOI: 10.2307/20500026

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