Astronomical and meteorological workers in New South Wales, 1778 to 1860.

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Title: Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, to Authors: Russell, H. Publication: Proceedings of Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, Sydney, p. 45; Sydney: Government Printer (). 3.—Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, to By H.

Russell, F.R.S., Government Astronomer. The following pages contain the result of an attempt, made in the midst of other pressing duties, to collect into a concise form the history of what has been done in New South Wales for Astronomy and Meteorology. Journal Article - Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, - Encyclopedia of Australian Science - Encyclopedia of Australian Science is a biographical, bibliographical and archival database of Australian scientists and scientific organisations with links to related articles and images.

It includes scientists who were Australian by birth as well as tho. H.C. Russell, 'Astronomical and Meteorological Worker in New South Wales, toin Proceedings of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, Sydney, Russell, H.

C., 'Moving Anticyclones in the Southern Hemisphere', in Abercromby, R. Russell, H.C., 'Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, ', Australasian Association for Advancement of Science, 1 (), Details Ailie Smith.

Federation and Meteorology, Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, pageFederation and Meteorology - Centenary of Federation publication on the emergence of Australian meteorology as a science and the formation of the Bureau of Meteorology inparalleling the story of Australian Federation.

William Dawes, R.M., a sketch of his life, work and explorations () in the first expedition to New South Wales ; also, as Governor of Sierra Leone, and in Antigua, West Indies / by his great-grand-daughter A. Currer-Jones. Meteorological work was amongst the most important undertaken by the Sydney Observatory and in Scott presented a ‘progress report’ on meteorology to the Philosophical Society of New South Wales.

Scott also saw the summaries were sent as monthly reports to be published in the Sydney Morning Herald. InAuthor: Geoff Barker. Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, Russell, H.C. Published: Series: Australasian Association for Advancement of Science, 1, ; For 1778 to 1860.

book Consideration: Mr James Dunlop, Esq. Rutledge, S. Published: Series: Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales, Summary. William Dawes, an officer of the marines, came to Australia with the First Fleet in and established an observatory at Sydney on behalf of the British Board of Longitude.

Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, Russell, H.C. Published: Series: Australasian Association for Advancement of Science, 1, ; Physical Description of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land Strzeleski, P.E.

(Count) Published: Printed for Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London, FIVE OFFPRINTS: 1) NOTES UPON THE HISTORY OF FLOODS IN THE RIVER DARLING. 2) LOCAL VARIATIONS AND VIBRATIONS OF THE EARTH'S SURFACE. 3) PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS.

At the First Meeting of the Australasian Association of the Advancement of Science. 4) ASTRONOMICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL WORKERS IN NEW SOUTH WALES TO Philip Gidley King () was third governor of New South Wales.

Phillip Parker King (), son of Philip Gidley and Anna Josepha King, followed a naval and surveying career. Russell, ‘Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, to ’, in Report of the First Meeting of the Australian Association for the Advancement of Science (Sydney, ), quoted in La Nauze, op.

cit., p. Series: Journal and Proceedings of The Royal Society of New South Wales, xliv, ; Sir Thomas Makdougall Brisbane, Sweetman, John and Mcconnell, Anita Published: Oxford University Press, Oxford, Series: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography; Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, Astronomical and meteorological workers in New South Wales, to Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science.

Report of Meeting., 1 (Sydney, ), A proposed method of recording variations in the direction of the vertical. Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science.

Report of Meeting., 1 (Sydney, Nicholls, Neville, 'William Stanley Jevons and the climate of Australia', Australian Meteorological Magazine, 47 (December ) (), Details; Russell, H.C., 'Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, ', Australasian Association for Advancement of Science, 1 (), Details.

Astronomical and meteorological workers in New South Wales, to In Liversidge, A., and Etheridge, R. (eds.). Report of the First Meeting of the Australasian Association for the Cited by: 9.

Russell, H.C., 'Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, ', Australasian Association for Advancement of Science, 1 (), Details; Russell, Henry Chamberlaine, 'On a New Modification of the Bichromate Battery', The Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science (), Details.

Russell, H.C (). Astronomical and meteorological workers in New South Wales, to In A. Liversidge & R. Etheridge (Eds.), Report of the First Meeting of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science (pp. 45–94). Sydney: AAAS. Google ScholarAuthor: Wayne Orchiston. Astronomical and meteorologial workers in New South Wales, to In A.

Liversidge & R. Etheridge, R. (Eds.), Report of the First Meeting of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science (pp.

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45–94).Author: Wayne Orchiston. Russell, H.C. () Astronomical and meteorological workers in New South Wales, to In Report of the First Meeting of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science., Eda.

Liveraidge, A. and Etheridge, R., pp. Cited by:   A stunning follow-up to her Commonwealth Writers' Prize-winning book, The Secret River, Kate Grenville's The Lieutenant is a gripping story about friendship, self-discovery, and the power of language set along the unspoiled shores of New South Wales.

As a boy, Daniel Rooke was always an outsider/5. The Registry was formed in to register life events in New South Wales accurately and securely for all time, ensuring their integrity and confidentiality. Sydney Observatory began as the centre of scientific research for the colony of New South Wales, and has since played a significant role in the history of time-keeping, meteorology and astronomy in Australia.

The Australian Aboriginal people have been observing the southern sky for tens of thousands of years, and the early colonists also recognised. Hughes noted other astronomical phenomena.

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He recorded eight lunar eclipses in the period July to January and seven partial solar eclipses between June and June Meteorological phenomena recorded include a lunar halo on 22 occasions between February and Novemberand two lunar rainbows in August and October Author: R.

Giles Harrison, Barry C. Harrison. With increasing numbers of free migrants and the desire of colonial society to be free of the hated convict stain, the Colonial Government decided to cease transportation to New South Wales in Between and approximatelyconvicts were sent to Australia.

The constant flow of immigrants through the 19th century had a. Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science. Vol. Sydney Meeting, Section A. Russell— “ Astronomical and Meteorological Workers in New South Wales, to ” Professor Ernest Scott, Life of Flinders. In this paper, we describe a newly recovered dataset of ten daily meteorological variables for to from Eversleigh, a property in the New England region of New South Wales in Australia.

Here, we present the full process of data rescue, from digitization to quality control and an assessment of Author: Howard Bridgman, Linden Ashcroft, Ken Thornton, Gionni Di Gravio, William Oates. The Astronomical Society of New South Wales (ASNSW) is an amateur astronomy club in the state of New South Wales, Australia.

It was founded in and it has over members. The Society's objectives are stated in its constitution as follows: "The ASNSW exists to Abbreviation: ASNSW. After the establishment of the Dawes Observatory in Sydney, some thirty-three years were to pass before astronomical observations and a new observatory was established.

This new Observatory immediately began when the nominated Governor for New South Wales, Sir Thomas Macdougall Brisbane () arrived in Sydney in November together with his two hired astronomical assistants .This data set contains two editions of New South Wales Almanac and Hand Book - and The edition was the third year of issue for Moore's Almanac.

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New South Wales was a busy place by as it was during the goldrush period, with approximatelyinhabitants.DEVELOPMENT OF METEOROLOGICAL EXPLORATION IN THE UPPER AIR OVER AUSTRALIA DEVELOPMENT OF METEOROLOGICAL EXPLORATION IN THE UPPER AIR OVER AUSTRALIA Healy, T.

R. THE BEGINNINGS OF METEOROLOGY IN AUSTRALIA H E first permanent Australian climatic station appears to have been set up by Sir Thomas Brisbane, the Governor of New South Wales.