U.S. Weather Bureau Technical Paper Series
Entry ID: gov.noaa.ncdc.C00161

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Summary
Abstract: U.S. Weather Bureau Technical Paper Series are historical meteorological papers
archived at the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). The U.S. Weather Bureau technical paper
series contains 58 numbered papers. The completed series is listed below, with the year of
publication for each. Many are out of print. The publications annotated with an asterisk are in
the NCDC Technical Library. Some may be available from the U.S. Government Printing Office
(GPO), Washington, DC 20402. GPO can also be contacted through their web site,
http://www.gpo.gov/. *No. 1. 10-Year Normals Of Pressure Tendencies And Hourly Station Pressures
For The United States. 1943. A supplement was issued in 1945 and titled, 'Normal 3-Hourly
Pressure Changes For The United States At The Intermediate Synoptic Hours'. No. 2. Maximum
Recorded United States Point Rainfall For 5 Minutes To 24 Hours At 207 First Order Stations.
Rev. 1963. *No. 3. Extreme Temperatures In The Upper Air. 1947. *No. 4. Topographically Adjusted
Normal Isohyetal Maps For Western Colorado. 1947. *No. 5. Highest Persisting Dewpoints In
Western United States. 1948. No. 6. Upper Air Average Values Of Temperature, Pressure, And
Relative Humidity Over The United States And Alaska. 1945. No. 7. A Report On Thunderstorm
Conditions Affecting Flight Operations. 1948. Reprinted 1949. *No. 8. The Climatic Handbook For
Washington, DC. 1949. No. 9. Temperature At Selected Stations In The United States, Alaska,
Hawaii, And Puerto Rico. 1949. No. 10. Mean Precipitable Water In The United States. 1949. *No.
11. Weekly Mean Values Of Daily Total Solar And Sky Radiation. 1949. Supplement No. 1, 1955. No.
12. Sunshine And Cloudiness At Selected Stations In The United States, Alaska, Hawaii, And
Puerto Rico. 1951. *No. 13. Mean Monthly And Annual Evaporation Data From Free Water Surface For
The United States, Alaska, Hawaii, And The West Indies. 1950. *No. 14. Tables Of Precipitable
Water And Other Factors For A Saturated Pseudo- Adiabatic Atmosphere. 1951. *No. 15. Maximum
Station Precipitation For 1, 2, 3, 6, 12, And 24 Hours: Part I: Utah, 1951: Part II: Idaho,
1951: Part III: Florida, 1952: Part IV: Maryland, Delaware, And District Of Columbia, 1954 :Part
V: New Jersey, 1953: Part VI: New England, 1953: Part VII: South Carolina, 1953: Part VIII:
Virginia, 1954: Part IX: Georgia, 1954: Part X: New York, 1954: Part XI: North Carolina, 1955:
Part XII: Oregon, 1955: Part XIII: Kentucky, 1955 :Part XIV: Louisiana, 1955: Part XV: Alabama,
1955: Part XVI: Pennsylvania, 1956 :Part XVII: Mississippi, 1956: Part XVIII: West Virginia,
1956: Part XIX: Tennessee, 1956: Part XX: Indiana, 1956: Part XXI: Illinois, 1958: Part XXII:
Ohio, 1958: Part XXIII: California, 1959: Part XXIV: Texas, 1959: Part XXV: Arkansas, 1960: Part
XXVI: Oklahoma, 1961. *No. 16. Maximum 24-Hour Precipitation In The United States. 1952. No. 17.
Kansas-Missouri Floods Of June-July 1951. 1952. No. 18. Measurements Of Diffuse Solar Radiation
At Blue Hill Observatory. 1952. No. 19. Mean Number Of Thunderstorm Days In The United States.
1952. No. 20. Tornado Occurrences In The United States. Rev. 1960. *No. 21. Normal Weather
Charts For The Northern Hemisphere. 1952. No. 22. Wind Patterns Over Lower Lake Meade. 1953. No.
23. Floods Of April 1952-Upper Mississippi, Missouri, Red River Of The North. 1954. *No. 24.
Rainfall Intensities For Local Drainage Design In The United States. For Durations Of 5 To 240
Minutes And 2-, 5-, And 10-Year Return Periods. Part I: West Of The 115th Meridian. 1953: Part
II: between 105 (deg) W and 115 (deg) W. 1954. No. 25. Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency
Curves. For Selected Stations In The United States, Alaska, Hawaiian Islands, And Puerto Rico.
1955. No. 26. Hurricane Rains And Floods Of August 1955, Carolinas To New England. 1956. No. 27.
The Climate Of Matanuska Valley. 1956. *No. 28. Rainfall Intensities For Local Drainage In
Western United States For Durations Of 20 Minutes To 24 Hours And 1- To 100- Year Return
Periods. 1956. *No. 29. Rainfall Intensity-Frequency Regime. Part I: The Ohio Valley, 1957: Part
II: Southeastern United States, 1958: Part III: The Middle Atlantic Region, 1958: Part IV:
Northeastern United States, 1959: Part V: Great Lakes Region, 1960. *No. 30. Tornado Deaths In
The United States. 1957. *No. 31. Monthly Normal Temperatures, Precipitation, And Degree Days.
1956. *No. 32. Upper Air Climatology Of The United States. Part I: Averages For Isobaric
Surfaces, Height, Temperature, Humidity, And Density, 1957: Part II: Extremes And Standard
Deviations Of Average Heights And temperatures, 1958: Part III: Vector Winds And Shear, 1959.
*No. 33. Rainfall And Floods Of April, May, And June 1957 In The South Central United States.
1958. *No. 34. Upper Wind Distribution Statistical Parameter Estimates. 1958. No. 35.
Climatology And Weather Services Of The St. Lawrence Seaway And Great Lakes. 1959. *No. 36.
North Atlantic Tropical Cyclones. 1959. *No. 37. Evaporation Maps Of The United States. 1959.
*No. 38. Generalized Estimates Of Probable Maximum Precipitation For The United States West Of
The 105th Meridian For Areas To 400 Square Miles And Durations to 24 Hours. 1960. *No. 39.
Verification Of The Weather Bureau's 30-Day Outlook. 1961. No. 40. Rainfall Frequency Atlas Of
The United States For Durations From 30 minutes To 24 Hours And Return Periods For 1 To 100
Years. 1961. *No. 41. Meridional Cross Sections, Upper Winds Over The Northern Hemisphere. 1961.
No. 42. Generalized Estimates Of Probable Maximum Precipitation And Rainfall- Frequency Data For
Puerto Rico And Virgin Islands. 1961. *No. 43. Rainfall-Frequency Atlas Of The Hawaiian Islands
For Areas To 200 square Miles, Durations To 24 Hours, And Return Periods From 1 To 100 Years.
1962. *No. 44. A Catalog Of 100 FCC-Position Transonde Flights. 1962. *No. 45. Snowmelt Floods
Of March-April 1960, Missouri And Upper Mississippi Basins. 1962 No. 46. Atmospheric Electric
Measurement Results At Mauna Loa Observatory. 1962. No. 47. Probable Maximum Precipitation And
Rainfall-Frequency Data For Alaska for Areas To 400 Square Miles, Durations To 24 Hours, And
Return Periods From 1 to 100 Years. 1963. *No. 48. Characteristics Of The Hurricane Storm Surge.
1963. No. 49. Two- To Ten-Day Precipitation For Return Periods Of 2 To 100 Years In The
Contiguous United States. 1964. No. 50. Frequency Of Maximum Water Equivalent Of March Snow
Cover In North Central United States. 1964. No. 51. Two- To Ten-Day Rainfall For Return Periods
Of 2 To 100 Years In Hawaiian Islands. 1965. No. 52. Two- To Ten-Day Precipitation For Return
Periods Of 2 To 100 Years In Alaska. 1965. No. 53. Two- To Ten-Day Rainfall For Return Periods
Of 2 To 100 Years In Puerto Rico And Virgin Islands. 1965. *No. 54. Meteorological Summaries
Pertinent To Atmospheric Transport And Dispersion Over Southern California. 1965. *No. 55.
Tropical Cyclones Of The North Atlantic Ocean. 1965. Tropical Cyclones Of The North Atlantic
Ocean, 1871-1977. June 1978. *No. 56. Interdiurnal Variability Of Pressure And Temperature In
The Conterminous United States. 1966. *No. 57. Normal Monthly Number Of Days With Precipitation
Of 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, And 4.0 Inches Or More In The Conterminous United States. 1966. *No. 58. A
Catalog Of Radar-Positioned, Constant-Volume Balloon (Tetroon) Flights. 1966. Information
contained in these technical papers is no longer valid.


Purpose: To make a wide range of
climatic data available to researchers and the public. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: technical
report CURRENTNESS REFERENCE: Ground Condition

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Geographic Coverage
 N: 72.0 S: 15.0  E: -60.0  W: 170.0

Data Set Citation
Dataset Originator/Creator: National Climatic Data Center, NESDIS, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce
Dataset Title: U.S. Weather Bureau Technical Paper Series
Dataset Release Date: Unknown
Dataset Release Place: Washington, D.C.
Dataset Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office
Data Presentation Form: document
Online Resource: http://www.gpo.gov/


Temporal Coverage
Start Date: 1856-12-31
Stop Date: 1966-12-31


Location Keywords
OCEAN > ATLANTIC OCEAN > NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN > CARIBBEAN SEA > PUERTO RICO
OCEAN > ATLANTIC OCEAN > NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN > CARIBBEAN SEA > VIRGIN ISLANDS
CONTINENT > NORTH AMERICA > UNITED STATES OF AMERICA


Science Keywords
ATMOSPHERE >AIR QUALITY >TROPOSPHERIC OZONE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ALTITUDE >BAROMETRIC ALTITUDE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ALTITUDE >PLANETARY BOUNDARY LAYER HEIGHT    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ALTITUDE >STATION HEIGHT    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ALTITUDE >TROPOPAUSE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY >OXYGEN COMPOUNDS >OZONE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC ELECTRICITY >ELECTRIC FIELD    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC ELECTRICITY >LIGHTNING    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA >CYCLONES    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA >HURRICANES    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA >STORMS    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA >TORNADOES    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA >TYPHOONS    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE >ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE >PLANETARY BOUNDARY LAYER HEIGHT    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE >PRESSURE THICKNESS    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE >SURFACE PRESSURE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION >INCOMING SOLAR RADIATION    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION >SOLAR RADIATION    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION >SUNSHINE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE >AIR TEMPERATURE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE >BOUNDARY LAYER TEMPERATURE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE >DEGREE DAYS    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE >DEW POINT TEMPERATURE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE >MAXIMUM/MINIMUM TEMPERATURE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE >TEMPERATURE PROFILES    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR >DEW POINT TEMPERATURE    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR >EVAPORATION    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR >HUMIDITY    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR >PRECIPITABLE WATER    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR >WATER VAPOR PROFILES    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC WINDS >BOUNDARY LAYER WINDS    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC WINDS >FLIGHT LEVEL WINDS    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC WINDS >SURFACE WINDS    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC WINDS >UPPER LEVEL WINDS    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC WINDS >WIND PROFILES    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >CLOUDS >CLOUD PROPERTIES >CLOUD FREQUENCY    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >PRECIPITATION    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >PRECIPITATION >LIQUID WATER EQUIVALENT    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >PRECIPITATION >PRECIPITATION AMOUNT    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >PRECIPITATION >PRECIPITATION ANOMALIES    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >PRECIPITATION >PRECIPITATION RATE    [Definition]
HUMAN DIMENSIONS >NATURAL HAZARDS >SEVERE STORMS    [Definition]
HUMAN DIMENSIONS >NATURAL HAZARDS >TORNADOES    [Definition]
HUMAN DIMENSIONS >NATURAL HAZARDS >TROPICAL CYCLONES >CYCLONES    [Definition]
HUMAN DIMENSIONS >NATURAL HAZARDS >TROPICAL CYCLONES >HURRICANES    [Definition]
HUMAN DIMENSIONS >NATURAL HAZARDS >TROPICAL CYCLONES >TYPHOONS    [Definition]
HUMAN DIMENSIONS >POPULATION >MORTALITY >MORTALITY RATES    [Definition]
HUMAN DIMENSIONS >PUBLIC HEALTH    [Definition]
LAND SURFACE >TOPOGRAPHY >TOPOGRAPHIC EFFECTS    [Definition]
OCEANS >COASTAL PROCESSES >STORM SURGE    [Definition]
OCEANS >OCEAN PRESSURE >SEA LEVEL PRESSURE    [Definition]
OCEANS >OCEAN WAVES >STORM SURGE    [Definition]
OCEANS >OCEAN WINDS >SURFACE WINDS    [Definition]
OCEANS >TIDES >STORM SURGE    [Definition]
TERRESTRIAL HYDROSPHERE >SNOW/ICE >ICE GROWTH/MELT    [Definition]
TERRESTRIAL HYDROSPHERE >SNOW/ICE >SNOW COVER    [Definition]
TERRESTRIAL HYDROSPHERE >SNOW/ICE >SNOW DEPTH    [Definition]
TERRESTRIAL HYDROSPHERE >SNOW/ICE >SNOW MELT    [Definition]
TERRESTRIAL HYDROSPHERE >SNOW/ICE >SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT    [Definition]
TERRESTRIAL HYDROSPHERE >SURFACE WATER >DRAINAGE    [Definition]
TERRESTRIAL HYDROSPHERE >SURFACE WATER >FLOODS    [Definition]
TERRESTRIAL HYDROSPHERE >SURFACE WATER >LAKES    [Definition]
ATMOSPHERE >ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE >TOPOGRAPHIC WAVES    [Definition]


ISO Topic Category
CLIMATOLOGY/METEOROLOGY/ATMOSPHERE
ELEVATION


Project
ESIP >Earth Science Information Partners Program    [Information]


Quality
ATTRIBUTE ACCURACY REPORT: Not provided LOGICAL CONSISTENCY REPORT: Unknown COMPLETENESS
REPORT: Completeness information not available. LINEAGE/PROCESS STEP: PROCESS DESCRIPTION:
Unknown PROCESS DATE: Unknown


Access Constraints
ACCESS CONSTRAINTS: None DISTRIBUTION LIABILITY: Every effort has been made
to ensure that these data are accurate and reliable within the limits of current NOAA quality
control procedures. NOAA can only certify that the data provided to its customers is an
authentic copy of the records which were accepted for inclusion in NOAA archives. NOAA cannot
assume liability for any damages caused by any errors or omissions in the data, nor as a result
of the failure of the data to function on a particular system. NOAA makes no warranty, expressed
or implied, nor does the fact of distribution constitute such a warranty.


Use Constraints
None


Keywords
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
PUERTO RICO
VIRGIN ISLANDS
GOSIC
G3OS/


Data Set Progress
COMPLETE


Data Center
National Climatic Data Center, NESDIS, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce    [Information]
Data Center URL: http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/

Data Center Personnel
Name: NCDC CUSTOMER SERVICE
Phone: 828-271-4800
Fax: 828-271-4876
Email: ncdc.orders at noaa.gov
Contact Address:
151 Patton Avenue, Room 120
City: Asheville
Province or State: NC
Postal Code: 28801-5001
Country: USA


Personnel
NCDC CUSTOMER SERVICE
Role: DIF AUTHOR
Phone: 828-271-4800
Fax: 828-271-4876
Email: ncdc.orders at noaa.gov
Contact Address:
151 Patton Avenue, Room 120
City: Asheville
Province or State: NC
Postal Code: 28801-5001
Country: USA



Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2006-06-27
Last DIF Revision Date: 2012-11-29

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