World Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; National Weather Satellite Center ; United States Weather Bureau - WMO, 1963 (WMO-No. 131)
Published by: WMO ; 1963
Reduction and use of data obtained by Tiros meteorological satellites: (prepared by the National Weather Satellite Center of the United States Weather Bureau at the request of the WMO Executive Committee Panel of Experts on Artificial Satellites)
Format: Digital (Free), Hard copy
Published by: WMO ; 1962
Collection(s) and Series: WMO- No. 123
Format: Hard copy (ill.)
Published by: WMO, OMM ; 1962
- Catalogue des données météorologiques de l'AGI/ CGI
Collection(s) and Series: WMO- No. 135
Language(s): English, French
Format: Hard copy
Published by: OMM ; 1960
Les représentations graphiques en météorologie: (rapport présenté par un groupe de travail de la Commission d'aérologie)
Format: Digital (Available online for logged-in users), Hard copy (ill., charts)
Published by: OMM ; 1950
Notes: Commission d'aérologie.
Collection(s) and Series: Commission d'aérologie (CAé)
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