Royal Society (Great Britain).

Catalogue of scientific papers (1800-1900) (Volume 14) online

. (page 71 of 275)
Online LibraryRoyal Society (Great Britain)Catalogue of scientific papers (1800-1900) (Volume 14) → online text (page 71 of 275)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


Le Medicago littoralis, & Soulac. Bordeaux Soc. Linn.



Modifications de station de 1'Elatine Brochoni.

Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 38, 1884, xlviii-xlix.
Sur la pretendue partWnogenese du Chara crinita.'

Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 38, 1884, Ixix-lxx.
Sur 1'Elatine Brochoni. Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act.,



38, 1884, Ixx.

Flore de la Gironde. Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act. , 38,
1884, 461-583, 624-625.

Note sur les formes spontane'es ou subspontanees du
genre Prunus observers dans le departement de la
Gironde. Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 38, 1884, 584-608,
625.

Proposition pour l'e"tablissement d'un genre nouveau
dans la famille des Elatinees. [1884.] Naturaliste,
[2 (1882-84)], 533.

Sur la spontaneity du Pisum arvense. Bordeaux Soc.
Linn. Act., 39, 1885, xxxiv-xxxvii.

Sur un semis de cerisier. Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act.,

39, 1885, Iv-lvi.

Sur uue forme exceptionnelle des rameaux adventifs
a base nue des Chara. Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 40,
1886, xciv-xcv.

Sur un Kubus girondin suppos6 nouveau (R. cinereus,
Clvd.). Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 41, 1887, xiii-xv.

Le Daphne laureola dans la Gironde. Bordeaux Soc.
Linn. Act., 41, 1887, xxxviii.

Le Primula grandifloro-officinalis a Saint-Andre"-de-
Cubzac. Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 41, 1887, xxxix.

Le Carex vulgaris, Fries, indiqu^ a tort & Arlac.

Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 41, 1887, xxxix.

Le Rubus tomentosus et ses hybrides dans la Gironde.



Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 41, 1887, xxxix-xl.
Sur 1'unification de plusieurs types de Callitriche.
Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 41, 1887, li-lii.

Sur les Zannichellia du departement de la Gironde.



Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 42, 1888, Ixvii-lxviii.
- Sur le pretendu Rubus gratiflorus de la Grave-

d'Ambares. Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 42, 1888, Ixix.
Sur le Vicia aquitanica, Clvd., et le Fumaria Martini,

Clvd., de la publication Magnier. Bordeaux Soc. Linn.

Act., 42, 1888, Ixix-lxx.

Les stolons et les bulbilles de 1'Epilobium palustre.



Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 44, 1890, xiii.
Plantes nouvelles pour la Gironde. Bordeaux Soc.



Linn. Act., 44, 1890, xiv.
[Sur le Muscari Motelayi, Foucaud.'] Bordeaux Soc.
Linn. Act., 44, 1890, xvii-xviii.
[Sur 1'Epilobium obscurum, Schreb.] Bordeaux Soc.



Act. , 38, 1884, xlvii.



Linn. Act., 44, 1890, xviii-xix.
Sur une nouvelle espece de Callitriche, C. lenisulca,

Clvd., et sur une autre forme a distinguer soit comme

variet^, soit comme espece. Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act.,

44, 1890, xliii-xliv.
Sur le Callitriche media, Clvd. (C. stagnalis, var.

brachyloba (Clvd. olim). Bordeaux Soc. Linn. Act., 44,

1890, liv.
Clavel, Charles. Les Marquisiens. Arch. Med. Navale,

41, 1884, 177-250; 42, 1884, 103-155; 43, 1885, 209-233,

353-362.
Clavelier, . L'argentamiue en therapeutique oculaire.

[1898.] Ann. d'Oculist., 121, 1899, 129.
Une methode abortive simple du phlegmon du sac

lacrymal. Ann. d'Oculist., 122, 1899, 67-68.
Clavelier, , & Landrevie, . Le traitement des

epitheliomas de la face et des paupieres par le bleu de

methylene. Ann. d'Oculist., 120, 1898, 137.
Clavelin,J. Grippe epidemique ; otite moyenne suppur^e ;

meningite basilaire ; nevrite optique double. Arch. M^d.

Pharm. Militaires, 17, 1891, 149-151.

Notes sur deux Epidemics de fievre typho'ide dans la

. garnison de Nantes, en 1890 et 1891. Arch. Med. Pharm.

Militaires, 21, 1893, 433-446.
Clavenad, C. De la propagation de la maree dans les



Clavenad]



261



[Claypole



canaux et dans les fleuves. Courants qui en resultent.
Determination de mascaret. Applications, Genie Civil,
7, 1885, 196-199.

Memoire sur la stabilite, les mouvemeuts, la rupture

. des massifs en general, coberents ou sans cohesion.
Quelques considerations sur la poussee des terres. Etude
speciale des murs de soutenement et des barrages. Ann.
Fonts et Chauss., 13 (1887), 593-683; 14 (1887), 757-764.

La propagation de la mar^e et la vitesse des courants

dans le canal de Panama. Inutilite d'une eduse du cote
du Pacifique. Genie Civil, 11, 1887, 186-188.

Sur la theorie m^canique de la reflexion et de la

refraction de la lumiere, avec une figuration geometrique
des vibrations incidente, reflechie et refractee. Arch. Sci.
Phys. Nat., 22, 1889, 249-264.

Etude sur la loi du frottement interieur et la propa-
gation de I'energie dans les corps conducteurs. Genie
Civil, 15, 1889, 473-475, 514-516, 549-550.

Sur la me"canique des phenomenes naturels, les lois

physiques et les systemes absolus d'unites. [1891.]
G^nie Civil, 19, 1891, 62-64, 74-76, 90-91, 105-107,
428-429; 20, 1891-92, 41-43, 59-61.

Sur Phomogeneite dans les formules physiques. Genie

Civil, 21, 1892, 264.

Sur une relation entre la vitesse de propagation, le

coefficient de self-induction et la capacite. Lum. Elect.,
46, 1892, 215-218.
-.Sur I'homogeneite en eiectricite et sur une relation



entre la vitesse de propagation, la capacite et le co-
efficient de self-induction. Lum. Elect,, 46, 1892,
661-666.

Sur les considerations d'homogeneite en physique et
sur une relation entre la vitesse de propagation d'un
courant, la capacite et le coefficient de self-induction de
la ligne. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 115, 1892, 470-472.

Propositions fondamentales aur I'homogeneite et les
equations physiques absolues. Theorie des grandeurs
magnetiques et eiectriques. Genie Civil, 23, 1893,
176-178.

Sur les monvements vibratoires dans un milieu iso-
trope. Lum. Elect., 47, 1893, 272-274.

Observations sur, la theorie des grandeurs eiectriques.
Lum. Elect., 48, 1893, 467.

Propositions fpndamentales sur I'homogeneite et les
equations physiques absolues. Theorie des grandeurs
magnetiques et eiectriques. Lum. Elect., 48, 1893, 551-
555.

Sur le mouvement libre, a propos des experiences de
ROENTGEN. Eclairage Elect., 6 (1896), 443-445.

Capacite pour le mouvement. Application



aux masses newtoniennes et a la loi dite de 1'attraction
universelle. Eclairage Elect., 7 (1896), 348-351.

Claverle, Ch. Sur 1'aimantation produite par les de-
charges des condensateurs. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 101,
1885, 947-949.

[Determination des differences de potentiel entre deux

fils de cuivre qui plongent dans deux dissolutions en
contact inegalement saturees de sulfate de cuivre.]
[1884.] Bordeaux Soc. Sci. Mem., 2, 1886, xxiii-xxiv.

Claxton, T. F. [Magnetic disturbance at Mauritius,
April 20, 1897, in relation to aurora.] Nature, 56 (1897),
523.

The Mauritius cyclone of December 5, 1897. U. S.

Monthly Weath. Rev., 26 (1898), 62-63.

Seismology at Mauritius. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1899, 654-

655.

Six months' work with a seismograph at the Royal

Alfred Observatory, Mauritius. Observatory, London,
22, 1899, 263-265, 330-333.

Observations of meteors at the Royal Alfred Observa-
tory, Mauritius, 1899 November. Astr. Soc. Month.
Not., 60, 1900, 224-225.

Two thunderstorms at the Royal Alfred Observatory,



Mauritius. U. S. Monthly Weath. Rev., 28 (1900),

63-64.
Clay, Charles. For biographical notice and works see

Manchester Lit. Phil. Soc. Mem. & Proc., 8, 1894,

216-218.
On the rapidity of the growth of plants. [1889.]

Manchester Lit. Phil. Soc. Mem. & Proc., 3, 1890, 2-3.
Clay, W. G. Note [on moraines and glacier streams].

[1890.] Liverpool Geol. Soc. Proc., 6, 1892, 271-277.
Clayden, Arthur W. Note on the determination of the

volume of mercury in a thermometer. London Phys.

Soc. Proc., 7, 1886, 367-368; Phil. Mag., 21, 1886,

248-249.
On the thickness of shower clouds. Meteorol. Soc.

Quart. Jl., 12, 1886, 102-106.
On the formation of rain, hail and snow. Meteorol.

Soc. Quart. Jl., 12, 1886, 106-111.
Note on the after-glows of 1883-84. Meteorol. Soc.



Quart. Jl., 12, 1886, 265-268.
On dark flashes of lightning.



507.



Brit. Ass. Rep., 1889,



Note on a working model of the Gulf Stream.

Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 15, 1889, 164-166.
Note on some photographs of lightning and of " black "

electric sparks. [1889.] London Phys. Soc. Proc., 10,

1890, 180-183; Phil. Mag., 28, 1889, 92-94.
First[-tenth] report of the Committee,... appointed to

consider the application of photography to the elucidation

of meteorological phenomena. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1891,

130-139; 1892, 77-92; 1893, 140-144; 1894, 143-144;

1895, 80-81; 1896, 172-180; 1897, 128; 1898, 283-284;

1899, 238-239 ; 1900, 56-58.

- Meteorological photography. Abstract of an address

delivered to the Royal Meteorol. Soc. Meteorol. Soc.

Quart. JL, 17, 1891, 142-146.

On Brocken spectres in a London fog. Meteorol. Soc.

Quart. JL, 17, 1891, 209-216.
The application of photography to meteorology.

[1891.] Herts. Nat. Hist. Soc. Trans., 6, 1892, 162-

168.
Photographing meteorological phenomena. Meteorol.

Soc. Quart. JL, 24, 1898, 169-180.

Dark lightning. Science, 10, 1899, 973-974.
Claye. See Durand-Claye.
Claypole, (Miss) Agnes Mary. A new method for securing

paraffin sections to the slide or cover-glass. Amer.

Micr. Soc. Proc., 16 (1894), 65-67.
The enteron of the Cayuga Lake lamprey. Amer.



Micr. Soc. Proc., 16 (1894), 125-164.
The appendages of an insect embryo.



28, 1896, 289; Science, 4, 1896, 603-604.

Some points on cleavage among arthropods.



Canad. Ent.,



Amer.
Micr. Soc". Trans., 19, 1897, 74-82.

The embryology and oogenesis of Anurida maritima
(Guer.). Jl. MorphoL, 14, 1898, 219-300.

The embryology of the Apterygota. [1898.] Zool.



Bull., 2, 1899, 69-76.
Claypole, (Miss) Edith Jane. The action of leucocytes

toward foreign material. Amer. Micr. JL, 14, 1893, 334-

336.
Blood coagulation. Amer. Micr. JL, 14, 1893, 355-

356.
Blood corpuscles. Amer. Micr. JL, 14, 1893, 356-

357.
The blood of Necturus and Cryptobranchus. (Necturus

maculatus, Cryptobranchus alleghaniensis.) Amer. Micr.

Soc. Proc,, 15 (1893), 39-76.
The action of leucocytes toward foreign substances.

Amer. Natlist., 28, 1894, 316-325.
Notes on comparative histology of blood and muscle.

Amer. Micr. Soc. Trans., 18, 1896, 49-70.

The comparative histology of the digestive tract.



Amer. Micr. Soc. Trans., 19, 1897, 83-92.



Claypole]



262



[Claypole



Claypole, Edward W[aller}. *Tbe Perry county fault.

Note on an important correction in the geological map

of Pennsylvania. [1883.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 21,

1884, 218-225.
*Note on a relic of the native flora of Pennsylvania,

surviving in Perry county. [1883.] Amer. Phil. Soc.

Proc., 21, 1884, 226-230.
*Ou the equivalent of the New York Portage, in Perry

county, middle Pennsylvania. [1883.] Amer. Phil. Soc.

Proc., 21, 1884, 230-235.
*Note on the genus Bensselaeria in the Hamilton

group in Perry Co. [1883.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 21,

1884, 235-236.
- *Note on a large crustacean from the Catskill group

of Pennsylvania. [1883.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Proo., 21,

1884, 236-239.
On some fish remains recently discovered in the

Silurian rocks of Pennsylvania. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1884,

424-428.
On Ctenacanthus and Gyracanthus from the Chemung

of Pennsylvania. Amer. Ass. Proo., 1884, 489-490.
Preliminary note on some fossil fishes recently dis-
covered in the Silurian rocks of North America. Amer.

Natlist., 18, 1884, 1222-1226.
On the Clinton and other shales, etc., composing the

fifth group of ROGERS in the first survey of Pennsylvania.

Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 21, 1884, 492-502.

Pennsylvania before and after the elevation of the
Appalachian Mountains. [1884.] Brit. Ass. Rep., 1884,
718; Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885, 257-268.

On some remains of fish from the Upper Silurian

rocks of Pennsylvania. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1884, 733-734.

On the occurrence of the genus Dalmanites in the

Lower Carboniferous rocks of Ohio. Geol. Mag., 1, 1884,
303-307.

Dalmanites in the Lower Carboniferous rocks. Science,

3, 1884, 563.

Fish-remains in the North-American Silurian rocks.

Science, 4, 1884, 34, 270.

On the recent discovery of pteraspidian fish in the
Upper Silurian rocks of North America. [1884.] Geol.
Soc. Quart. Jl., 41, 1885, 48-63.

On the vertical range of certain fossil species in
Pennsylvania and New York. Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885,
644-654.

A preliminary report on the palaeontology of Perry

county, describing the order and thickness of its forma-
tions and its folded and faulted structure. Pennsylvania
Geol. Surv. Rep., F 2 , 1885, 437 pp.

Preliminary note on some fossil wood from the

Carboniferous rocks of Ohio. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1886,
219-220.

Buffalo and Chicago, or "What might have been."

Amer. Natlist., 20, 1886, 856-862.

The Chambers lightning-rod. Davenport Ac. Proc.,

4, 1886, 41-44.

The old gorge at Niagara. Science, 8, 1886, 236.

Notes on some introduced plants, chiefly in Summit

Co., Ohio. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 13, 1888, 187-188.

The mode of destruction of the potato by Peronospora

infestans. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 13, 1886, 191.

"Lake Cuyahoga:" a study in glacial geology. Amer.

Ass. Proc., 1887, 218.

The materials of the Appalachians. Amer. Natlist.,

21, 1887, 955-962, 1054-1060.
Organic variation indefinite not definite in direction,

an outcome of environment. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc.,

24, 1887, 113-135.
Secondary results of pollination. [U. S.] Comm. Agr.

Rep., 1887, 318-321.
The Lake Age in Ohio ; or, some episodes in the

retreat of the North American glacier. [1887.] Edinb.

Geol. Soc. Trans., 5, 1888, 421-458.



The future of natural gas. Amer. Geologist, 1, 1888,
51-36.

DARWIN and geology. Amer. Geologist, 1, 1888, 152-
162, 211-221.

Singular subterranean commotion near Akron, Ohio.
Amer. Geologist, 1, 1888, 190-192; Amer. Natlist., 22,
1888, 242-243.

On some investigations regarding the condition of the
interior of the Earth. Amer. Geologist, 1, 1888, 382-
386; 2, 1888, 28-35.

[Dr. CLARK'S collection of fish remains at Berea,
Ohio.] Amer. Geologist, 2, 1888, 62-64.

[Earthquake tremors at Charleston.] Amer. Geologist,



2, 1888, 135-136.

The eccentricity theory of glacial cold versus the facts.

Edinb. Geol. Soc. Trans., 5, 1888, 534-548.
The reality of a level of no strain in the crust of the

Earth. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1889, 232.
[Exogenous nature of the trunks of lepidodendrids

and sigillarids of the Coal Measures.] Amer. Geologist,

3, 1889, 55-57.

Glaciers and glacial radiants in the Ice Age. Amer.

Geologist, 3, 1889, 73-94.

The story of the Mississippi- Missouri. Amer. Geo-
logist, 3, 1889, 361-377.

Gilsonite or uintaite. Amer. Geologist, 4, 1889, 386-

387.

Falls of rock at Niagara. Nature, 39, 1889, 367.

Illustration of the "level of no strain" in the crust of

the Earth. Amer. Geologist, 5, 1890, 83-88.

The making of Pennsylvania. Amer. Geologist, 5,



1890, 225-234.
Palseontological notes from Indianapolis.
Geologist, 6, 1890, 255-260.

The continents and the deep seas.



Amer.



[1890.] Amer.

Geol. Soc. Bull., 2, 1891, 10-16.
On a deep preglacial river-bed near Akron, Ohio.
Amer. Ass. Proc., 1891, 259.

Megalonyx in Holmes county, Ohio, 1890.



Amer.

Geologist, 7, 1891, 122-132, 149-153.
An episode in the palaeozoic history of Pennsylvania.

Amer. Geologist, 8, 1891, 152-159.
A deep boring in the Pleistocene near Akron, Ohio.

[1891.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 3, 1892, 150-151.
An episode in the history of the Cuyahoga river.

Amer. Ass. Proc., 1892, 176.
The tin islands of the North- West. Amer. Geologist,

9, 1892, 228-236.

A new gigantic placoderm from Ohio. Amer. Geo-
logist, 10, 1892, 1-4.
The head of Dinichthys. Amer. Geologist, 10, 1892,

199-207.

On the structure of the American pteraspidian,

Palaeaspis (Claypole) ; with remarks on the family.
Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 48, 1892, 542-561.

A new coccostean, Coccosteus Cuyahogae. Amer.



Geologist, 11, 1893, 167-171.
Preglacial man not improbable. Amer. Geologist, 11,

1893, 191-194.
The cladodont sharks of the Cleveland shale. Amer.

Geologist, 11, 1893, 325-331.
The three great fossil placoderms of Ohio. Amer.

Geologist, 12, 1893, 89-99.
On three new species of Dinichthys. Amer. Geologist,

12, 1893, 275-279.
Structure of the bone of Dinichthys. Amer. Micr.

Soc. Proc., 15 (1893), 189-191.

The Upper Devonian fishes of Ohio.



1893, 443-448.
The fossil fishes of Ohio.



Geol. Mag., 10,
Ohio Geol. Surv. Rep., 7,



1893 (Pt. 2), 602-619.

Snow-rollers. Science, 21, 1893, 64-65.

The Neanderthal skull. Science, 21, 1893, 191.



Claypole]



263



[Clayton



A new species of Carcinosoma. Amer. Geologist, 13,

1894, 77-79.

Cladodus? magnificus, a new selachian. Amer.

Geologist, 14, 1894, 137-140.
On a new placoderm, Brontichthys Clarki, from the

Cleveland Shale. Amer. Geologist, 14, 1894, 379-380.
On the structure of the teeth of the Devonian clado-

dont sharks. Amer. Micr. Soc. Proc., 16 (1894), 191-

195.

On a new specimen of Cladodus Clarki. Amer. Geo-
logist, 15, 1895, 1-7.
The Shaw mastodons. Amer. Geologist, 15, 1895,

325-326.
Becent contributions to our knowledge of the clado-

dont sharks. Amer. Geologist, 15, 1895, 363-368.
Actinophorus Clarki, Neivberry. Amer. Geologist, 16,

1895, 20-25.

Glacial notes from the planet Mars. Amer. Geologist,

16, 1895, 91-100.

The Great Devonian placoderms of Ohio, with

specimens. Brit. Ass. Eep., 1895, 695.

Entomology by the electric lamp. Canad. Ent., 17,

1895, 117-119.

The oldest vertebrate fossil. Nature, 52 (1895), 55.

The ancestry of the Upper Devonian placoderms of

Ohio. [1895.] Amer. Geologist, 17, 1896, 349-360.
The timepiece of geology. Amer. Geologist, 17, 1896,

40-45.

A new Titanichthys. Amer. Geologist, 17, 1896,

166-169.

Dinichthys Prentis-Clarki. Amer. Geologist, 18,

1896, 199-201.

On the teeth of Mazodus. Amer. Micr. Soc. Trans.,

18, 1896, 146-150.
On the structure of some paleozoic spines from Ohio.

Amer. Micr. Soc. Trans., 18, 1896, 151-154.
A new Dinichthys, Dinichthys Kepleri. Amer. Geo-
logist, 19, 1897, 322-324.

[Presidential address.] Microscopical light in geo-
logical darkness. Amer. Micr. Soc. Trans., 19, 1897,

3-27.
Paleolith and neolith. Amer. Geologist, 21, 1898,

333-344.
- Glacial theories, cosmical and terrestrial. Amer.

Geologist, 22, 1898, 310-315.
The earthquake at San Jacinto, December 25, 1899.

Amer. Geologist, 25, 1900, 106-108, 192.
Claypole, K. B. Note on the color of Caulophyllum

thalictroides. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 14, 1887, 258-

259.
Notes on some of the plants found in Muskoka Lake,

Sept. 1st, 1889. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 17, 1890, 101-

102.
Clayton, (Maj.) E. *The Eusso-Turkish frontier in Asia

Minor. [1883.] United Serv. Inst. Jl., 27, 1884, 397-

412.
Clayton, E[dwy] Godwin. On admixtures of malt-extract

with certain fixed oils. Analyst, 10, 1885, 140-143.
Notes on solutions of arsenious oxide. Chem. News,

64, 1891, 27.
Note on lemon and orange peel. Analyst, 19, 1894,

134-135.

On roasted chicory. [1894.] Analyst, 20, 1895, 12-



15.

On some analyses of ginger. Analyst, 24, 1899, 122-

125.
Clayton, G[eorge] C\hristopher~]. Ueber eine Synthese von

Dihydroglyoxalinen. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 28, 1895,

1665-1669.
Chlorine as a disinfectant. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 15,

1896, 320-322.
Clayton, G[eorge] C[hristopher], & Kohn, Charles

Alexander. See Kohn & Clayton.



Clayton, Henry Helm. Barometers and thunder-storms.

[1884.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 76.
A lately discovered meteorological cycle. [1884.]

Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 130-144, 528-534.
[Notes on a reddish-brown sun-glow.] Amer. Meteorol.

Jl., 1 (1884-85), 200-201, 456.
The thunder-squalls of July 5th, [1884]. Amer.

Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 263-272, 355-359, 471-473.
[A bright auroral glow on Jan. 15, 1885 at Ann

Arbor.] [1885.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 392-

393.
Weather areas and their movements. [1885.] Amer.

Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 443-445.
Eastward movement of the area of cold during the

present winter. [1885.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-

85), 548-550.

[Weather predictions.] [1885.] Amer. Meteorol. JL,



2 (1885-86), 13-14, 57, 106, 150, 241.
The "storm-glass" and its action.

Meteorol. JL, 2 (1885-86), 24-28.
A temperature oscillation of short period.

Amer. Meteorol. JL, 2 (1885-86), 87-89.
MOKRIL'S report upon observations of atmospheric

electricity. [1885.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 2 (1885-86),

99-101.
Diurnal change in wind velocity.

Meteorol. JL, 2 (1885-86), 102.
Weather changes of long period.

Meteorol. JL, 2 (1885-86), 126-138.
A seven day weather period. [1885.] Amer. Meteorol.

JL, 2 (1885-86), 162-169.
Pressure changes during thunder-storms. [1885.]

Amer. Meteorol. JL, 2 (1885-86), 287-288.
An experiment in long range prediction. [1886.]

Amer. Meteorol. JL, 2 (1885-86), 457-463.
Visibility of BISHOP'S ring. [1886.] Amer. Meteorol.

JL, 3 (1886-87), 94.

On the method of cloud formation in cyclones. [1886.]



[1885.] Amer.



[1885.]



[1885.] Amer.
[1885.] Amer.



Amer. Meteorol. JL, 3 (1886-87), 186-190.

- The festoon cloud. Science, 7, 1886, 100.
Thermometer exposure and the contour of the Earth's

surface. Science, 7, 1886, 439-440.
Barometer exposure. Science, 7, 1886, 484, 572 ; 8,

1886, 14, 124, 213, 325; 9, 1887, 316.

A brilliant aurora. Science, 8, 1886, 124.

Cause of a recent period of cool weather in New

England. Science, 8, 1886, 233, 281-282.

Anemometer exposure. Science, 8, 1886, 458.

The distribution of the weather in storms and anti-
cyclones as affected by local influences. [1887.] Amer.
Meteorol. JL, 4 (1887-88), 74-82.

Is cold the cause of anticyclones? Nature, 36, 1887,

268.

[A sensitive wind-vane.] Science, 9, 1887, 342.

The barometer during thunderstorms. Science, 9,

1887, 392-393, 418.

A thirty-day period of thunder-storms, the moon, and

the weather. [1888.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 4 (1887-88),
407-409.

Local weather predictions. [1888.] Amer. Meteorol.

JL, 4 (1887-88), 412-417, 482-484; 5 (1888-89), 40-53.

Diurnal cloud and wind periods at Blue Hill Observa-
tory during 1887. [1888.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 5 (1888-
89), 321-332.

Does precipitation influence the movement of cyclones ?

Nature, 38, 1888, 301.

Weather-predicting. Science, 11, 1888, 22-23, 56-57.

Is the rainfall increasing on the plains? Science, 11,

1888, 229.

An unusual auroral bow. Science, 11, 1888, 289.

Some diurnal and annual oscillations of the baro-
meter. [1889.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 6 (1889-90), 150-
153.



Clayton]



264



[Cleaver



Verification of weather forecasts. [1889-91.] Amer.

Meteorol. JL, 6 (1889-90), 211-219; 8 (1891-92), 369-

o75.
A device for facilitating the reading of electrical

anemograph records. [1889.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 6

(1889-90), 330.
The velocity of storms as related to the velocity of the

general atmospheric movements. Science, 13, 1889, 246-

248.
Do warm summers follow warm winters? -Science,

13, 1889, 459.
Notes on cirrus formation. [1889.] Meteorol. Soc.

Quart. Jl., 16, 1890, 16-19.

Long range weather predictions. [1891.] Amer.

Meteorol. Jl., 8 (1891-92), 62-68.

Cloud heights and velocities at Blue Hill Observatory.

[1891.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 8 (1891-92), 108-122.

Becent investigation on the causes of cyclones and

anticyclones. Science, 17, 1891, 10-11.
Cyclones and areas of high pressure. Science, 17,

1891, 66-67.
Eecent efforts toward the improvement of daily

weather forecasts. [1892.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 9 (1892-

93), 128-134.

Effect of high winds on the barometer, and tempera-
ture forecasts from sunset colors. [1892.] Amer.

Meteorol. Jl., 9 (1892-93), 237-238.
The Lawrence tornado. Harvard Astr. Obs. Ann. ,

31 (Pt. 1), 1892, 137-152.
Mean heights and velocities of the different cloud

forms. U.S. Monthly Weath. Bev., 20 (1892), 50.
Mortality under different conditions of temperature at

Galveston, Texas. [1893.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 9 (1892-

93), 431-433.

Effect of high winds on the barometer. [1893.]
Amer. Meteorol. JL, 9 (1892-93), 563.

Six and seven day weather periodicities. [1893.]

Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 10 (1893-94), 35-44, 322-325; Amer.
Jl. Sci., 47, 1894, 223-231.

The movements of the air at all heights in cyclones

and anti-cyclones, as shown by the cloud and wind

records at Blue Hill. [1893.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 10

(1893-94), 170-178.
[The theory of cyclones.] [1893.] Amer. Meteorol.

Jl., 10 (1893-94), 321-322.
Changes in the definitions of clouds since HOWARD.

[1894.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 11 (1894-95), 83-96.
Meteorological records obtained in the upper air by

means of kites. [1894.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 11 (1894-

95), 297-303.
Ehythm in the weather. [1894.] Amer. Meteorol.

JL, 11 (1894^95), 376-380.

Velocity of air currents. Amer. Engineer & Eailroad



Online LibraryRoyal Society (Great Britain)Catalogue of scientific papers (1800-1900) (Volume 14) → online text (page 71 of 275)