SOME RECENT PAPERS ON RADIO ATMOSPHERICS AND DIRECTION FINDING

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  • 1 Blue Hill Observatory, Harvard University.
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1Although investigations along these lines have been going on for nearly 20 years, earlier papers are now chiefly of historical interest—see Austin, L. W.: Radio-Atmospheric Disturbances, Ann. Rept. Smith. Instn., 1926, pp. 203–208; and R. A. W. Watt: Abstracts of Papers on Meteorological Relations of Atmospherics, Q. J. Roy. Met. Soc., April, 1926, pp. 199–209.

1Although investigations along these lines have been going on for nearly 20 years, earlier papers are now chiefly of historical interest—see Austin, L. W.: Radio-Atmospheric Disturbances, Ann. Rept. Smith. Instn., 1926, pp. 203–208; and R. A. W. Watt: Abstracts of Papers on Meteorological Relations of Atmospherics, Q. J. Roy. Met. Soc., April, 1926, pp. 199–209.

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