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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 8269 9951
http://isni.org/isni/0000000082699951
Name: 
Napier Shaw (Brits meteoroloog (1854-1945))
Napier Shaw (English meteorologist)
Napier Shaw (meteorologo inglese)
Shaw, Napier
Shaw, Napier (Sir)
Shaw, W. N.
Shaw, William Napier
Shaw, William Napier (Sir)
William Napier Shaw
நேப்பியர் ஷா
വില്ല്യം നാപ്പിയർ ഷോ
Dates: 
1854-1945
Creation class: 
cre
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Related names: 
Austin, Elaine
Austin, Elaine (co-author)
Dines, William Henry (1855- [from old catalog])
Glazebrook, Richard Tetley (1854-1935)
Great Britain. Meteorological Office
Great Britain. Meteorological office. [from old catalog]
Hepworth, Melville Willis Campbell (1849- [from old catalog])
Lempfert, R. G. K. (1875-)
Lempfert, Rudolf Gustav Karl
Lempfert, Rudolf Gustav Karl (1875-)
Lempfert, Rudolph Gustave Karl
Owens, John Switzer (1872-)
Titles: 
Air currents and the laws of ventilation : lectures on the physics of the ventilation of buildings delivered in the University of Cambridge in the Lent term, 1903
air & its ways;, The
Beaufort scale of wind-force. Report of the director of the Meteorological office upon an inquiry into the relation between the estimates of wind-force according to Admiral Beaufort's scale and the velocities recorded by anemometers belonging to the Office, The
Buchan, Alexander (DNB12)
Collected scientific papers of William Henry Dines.
drama of weather, The
Einführung in das physikalische Praktikum
Eliot, John (DNB12)
Forecasting weather
free atmosphere in the region of the British Isles., The
Hurricanes and tropical revolving storms
Interim report of the committee.
life history of surface air currents, The : a study of the surface trajectories of moving air
Manual of meteorology
Meteorological observations obtained by the use of kites off the West Coast of Scotland 1902
Practical physics
Selected meteorological papers.
smoke problem of our great cities, The
travel of circular depressions and tornadoes and the relation of pressure to wind for circular isobars, The
weather map, The : an introduction to modern meteorology.
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