Meteorological, Hydrological, and Oceanic Data for the Entire Russian Continent Residing in Numerous Hardcopy Volumes (1700-1962)Entry ID: NCL0001020-233839414347-495960
Abstract: Meteorological, hydrological, and oceanic data for the entire Russian
continent resides in many hardcopy books and atlases. The following is
a list of such references.
'Annales De L'Observatoire Physique Central Nicolas' (C/db AO) is
written in French. The data contained in these books are tables of
hourly observations, and daily, monthly, and annual weather data for
the USSR for the period 1818 ... to 1905. Hourly surface observations and
daily means of surface pressure, winds, air and ground temperature,
vapor pressure, relative humidity, cloudiness, rainfall, solar
radiation, evaporation, and magnetic declination, horizontal
intensity, and vertical component are included in the tables. Monthly
surface parameters incorporated in the tables are; absolute maximum
and minimum temperature and precipitation; number of days of
precipitation, rain, snow, thunderstorms, wind direction, and maximum
and minimum temperature less than zero. These monthly parameters are
for each month of the period. The mean diurnal march of surface
temperature averaged over the period is also included in the tables.
'Die Bewolkung Des Russischen Reiches' (C/db S546) is written in
German. The data contained in this book are daily and monthly
cloudiness and humidity tables for the USSR from 1870 to 1891. Daily
data include mean absolute humidity and cloudiness. Monthly
parameters in this dataset are mean, maximum, and minimum cloudiness,
averaged over the period, and the number of sunny and cloudy days for
each month from 1870 to 1891.
' Der Jarliche Gang Und De Vertheilung Der Feuchtigkeit Der Luft in
Russland' (C/db AO-3) is written in German and Russian. The data
contained in this book are monthly and seasonal temperature, relative
and absolute humidity tables for Russia. These tables are for each
year of the period 1883 to 1890 and averaged from 1871 to 1890. For
temperature, only the mean is tabulated, but for absolute and relative
humidity, the tables contain absolute maximum and minimum, absolute
variance, and deviation from the long-term mean values.
'Die Temperatur-Verhaltnisse Des Russian Reiches' (C/db W668t) and
'Die Regen-Verhaltnisse Des Russischen Reiches' (C/db W668R) are
written in German and Russian. The data contained in these atlases are
monthly and annual temperature and precipitation means for the USSR
averaged over the period 1850 to 1881. Temperature and precipitation
anomaly maps and graphs of the annual and daily means for a given hour
averaged over the period for the above variables, in addition to the
standard mean, are included.
'Wahre Tagesmittel Und Tagliche Variation Der Temperature an 18
Stationen Des Russischen Reiches' (C/db W137) and 'Wahre Tagesmittel
Der Temperatur Des Russichen Reiches' (C/db AO-3) are written in
German. The data contained in these books are tables of daily,
monthly, and annual temperature data for the USSR from 1743 to 1882.
These tables contain, for each individual year, the following: monthly
and daily mean temperature; mean monthly anomaly of the temperature;
and absolute monthly extremes. Tabular information averaged over the
period includes: frequency of days of certain temperature; daily
frequency of largest temperature variation; monthly and annual mean of
the mean anomalous temperature variation; probability of the
temperature being greater then a certain value and of a temperature
change of more than a certain amount; absolute monthly temperature
extreme; and five and ten day mean, mean of temperature anomaly, and
variation of temperature.
'Radical differences in the Climate of Russia' and ' Le Climat De
L'Empire Russe et la Meteorologie en Russie et en Siberie' (C/db
V872), and 'Climate of Russia' and 'Les Rivieres et les Lacs de la
Russie' (C/db V872c) are written French. These books contain monthly,
seasonal, and annual weather data tables for the USSR. These data are
for the period 1700 to 1891. These tables contain the following
surface data averaged over the period: mean monthly and seasonal
average, maximum, and minimum temperature, pressure, cloudiness,
precipitation, and wind direction frequencies; and mean annual
temperature, rainfall, frost-free days, and days for formation and
breakup of the ice on the rivers. In addition, there are tables
containing data for mean harvest time and annual days of growth for
rye, wheat, and oats. The data for individual years are seasonal and
annual flow rates and levels of rivers and lakes.
'Resultaty nablyudenii nad siloi vietra v Rossii i sutochnyi period
etogo iavleniya' (C/db V872) is written in Russian. The data contained
in this book are monthly means of the surface wind speed for Russia
averaged over the period 1870 to 1900.
'Atlas Climatologique De L'Empire De Russie' (C/db AO-5a) is written
in French and Russian. The data contained in this atlas are monthly,
seasonal, and annual weather means and extremes for the USSR averaged
over the period 1849 to 1899. The surface parameters included in
these maps are the following: mean monthly and annual pressure,
temperature, resultant wind, relative humidity, vapor pressure, and
cloudiness; mean seasonal precipitation; season of maximum number of
days for precipitation and cloudiness; and mean annual absolute
maximum and minimum temperature, clear, cloudy, snow cover, and
thunderstorm days, and dates of freezing and thawing of the rivers.
There is a chart of cyclone tracks for the period 1872 to 1887 and
graphs for the monthly and hourly mean of pressure, temperature,
humidity, vapor pressure, and precipitation.
'Maps of Mean Annual Runoff of Rivers of the USSR' (Misc. Unclassified
Atlases) is written in Russian. The data contained in this atlas are
maps of the mean annual runoff for USSR rivers.
'Die Regen-Verhaltnisse Des Russischen Reiches' (C/db W668r) and
'Regen-Verhaltinisse Des Russischen Reiches' (C/db AO-3) are written
in German. The data contained in these books are tables of monthly,
seasonal, and annual precipitation for the USSR from 1734 to 1882.
The parameters included in these tables averaged over the period are:
monthly and seasonal mean precipitation totals; mean monthly number of
precipitation days; absolute monthly and annual maximum and minimum;
absolute 24 hour maximum for a month; monthly mean 24 hour maximum;
and mean variability of the number of precipitation days for the
month. The parameters contained in these tables for each year, are
annual precipitation and the monthly rain and snow totals.
'Die Temperatur-Verhaltnisse Des Russischen Reiches' (C/db W668t) and
'Tempatur-Verhaltnisse Des Russischen Reiches' (C/db AO-3) are written
in German. The data contained in these books are tables of monthly and
annual surface temperature from 1839 to 1875 for the USSR, and some
stations in Middle and Western Europe. The parameters included in
these tables for individual years and averaged over the period are:
monthly mean temperature for particular hours and mean for all hours;
annual mean, maximum and minimum temperature; monthly mean deviation
from normal; and monthly amplitude of the temperature oscillations.
The parameters only averaged over the period are: mean temperature at
different heights; mean monthly and annual variability; mean variation
of the monthly and hourly means; monthly mean maximum; and absolute
maximum and minimum.
'Uber Den Taglichen Und Jahrlichen Gang Der Feuchtigkeit in Russland'
(C/db W668u) is written in German. The data contained in this book are
monthly mean surface relative and absolute humidity tables for Russia.
These tables are for each year of the period 1836 to 1873 and averaged
over the period. They are averaged for each hour of the day and for
'Meteorologische Beobachtungen-Odessa' (C/db O23) is written in
Russian and German. The data contained in this book are tables of
daily weather observations for Odessa and monthly USSR climate data
for the year 1892. The surface parameters included in these tables
are: hourly observations of air, soil, and sea temperature, pressure,
cloudiness, wind direction and speed, humidity, evaporation, and water
level; daily precipitation; monthly wind frequency; monthly mean,
minimum, maximum, and deviation from normal for the above parameters;
and monthly frequency of hail, thunderstorms, etc.
'Observations Meteorologiques pour l'annee 1904 De La Station
Experimentale Agronomique a Ploty' (C/db P742) is written in Russian
and French. The data contained in this book are tables of hourly
weather observations and daily and monthly climate data for Russia for
each year from 1904 to 1912. These tables include the following
surface weather information: monthly mean, mean maximum, mean minimum,
and absolute maximum and minimum air and soil temperature, humidity,
pressure, and winds; monthly total and diurnal maximum of evaporation
and precipitation; monthly number of days of precipitation, snow,
rain, sleet, hail, thunderstorms, frost, fog, and clear and overcast
skies; monthly number of sunshine hours for different hours of the
day; daily mean, maximum, and minimum of air and soil temperature;
daily totals and mean for given hours of solar radiation; wind
direction frequency; and hourly observations and five day means of the
'Der Jarliche Gang Und Die Vertheilung Der Feuchtigkeit Der Luft In
Russland Nach Den Beobachtungen Von 1871-1890' (C/db K15) is written
in German. The data contained in this book are monthly and seasonal
humidity and temperature humidity tables for the USSR. These tables
are for each year of the period 1871 to 1890 and averaged over the
period. The humidity parameters included in these tables are the
following: monthly and seasonal mean humidity; monthly absolute
maximum and minimum humidity; monthly deviation from normal; monthly
mean and absolute variability of humidity; and deviation of the
long-term mean of the humidity from the normal mean for each month.
The temperature parameters incorporated in these tables are monthly
mean temperature for a specific hour and for all hours. In the back
of the book are seasonal humidity maps. This book is in poor
condition with a ripped off cover.
'Memoires de l'Institut Hydrologique Vol. VIII' (C/db K15v ) is
written in Russian and German. This book contains daily surface vapor
pressure and wind observation tables, and daily isobaric maps for
Western USSR. These tables and maps are for May through July of each
individual year from 1891 to 1911.
These books are part of the foreign meteorological data collection
held by the NOAA Central Library in Washington, DC. Information in
this collection dates back to the 18th century for daily, monthly,
seasonal, and annual tabular summaries, and the 19th century for
weather maps. These data are the result of foreign exchange
agreements, but the collection has not been updated since 1983.
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Dataset Originator/Creator: Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN)/Columbia University, United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (FSLD)/Tufts University, British Columbia Ministry of Environment/Lands/Parks (BCMELP), Antarctic Cooperative Research Centre (ACRC), and American Society of International Law (ASIL)
Dataset Title: Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC) Collection of Treaty Texts
Dataset Release Date: 2002
Dataset Release Place: Palisades, NY
Dataset Publisher: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC)
Data Presentation Form: documentOnline Resource: http://sedac.ciesin.columbia.edu/data/set/entri-treaty-texts-collec...
Start Date: 1940-10-12Stop Date: 2000-09-05
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