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NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) Collection
Catalog of Images

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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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Huge surf with an offshore wind on Oahu's North Shore.
Waimea Bay, Hawaii
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A few seasick folk were probably wishing it was a little calmer while working on the DELAWARE II. Large swell and wind waves tower over the stern.
Atlantic Ocean, New England Seamount Chain area 2005
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NOAA Ship RAINIER crossing the Gulf of Alaska in stormy seas.
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The Zellon Three-Dimensional Weather-Map Device. An early attempt to display the weather at various levels in a unified manner. This was developed by I. I. Zellon of the U.S. Weather Bureau. In: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, December 1935. P. 296.
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Snow survey work - measuring snow depth to gauge the spring runoff In: "The Boy with the U.S. Weather Men", 1917, p. 56
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"Measuring the Blizzard's Rage". Shielded snow gauge in the Northwest to register snow-fall. In: "The Boy with the U.S. Weather Men", 1917, p. 224
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Forest Service employees measuring snow depth
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A cooperative weather station at Granger, Utah Volunteers observe temperature, precipitation, sky conditions, etc.
1930 Circa
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The rain gage at the cooperative weather station at Granger, Utah
1930 Circa
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The rain gage at U. S. Smelting Co. cooperative weather station - Midvale, Utah
1930 Circa
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The Au water-stage recorder for lakes and rivers Very similar to tide gauges
1925
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Meteorologist reading temperature on top of Weather Bureau facility
1925 Circa
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Weather station on Pikes Peak This station was manned sporadically during the late Nineteenth Century
Pikes Peak, Colorado 1885 Circa
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The weather station at Cape Henry, Virginia What a grand place to observe the weather that must have been!
Virginia, Cape Henry 1900 Circa
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Dodge City, Kansas weather station after snowfall. The building was located on the corner of Spruce St. and Central Ave.
Kansas, Dodge City 1910 Circa
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Mr. Peter Wood and child at Amarillo, Texas, weather station.
Texas, Amarillo June 1, 1903
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An Angstrom pyranometer, used to measure albebo. Albedo is the ratio of the amount of electromagnetic radiation reflected by a body to the amount incident upon it, commonly expressed as a percentage. Ice has a very high albedo while dark surfaces have low albedo. The measuring element is to the left. In: "Monthly Weather Review," March 1931, p. 118.
Leningrad, U.S.S.R. 1930 Circa
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An Angstrom pyranometer, used to measure albebo. Albedo is the ratio of the amount of electromagnetic radiation reflected by a body to the amount incident upon it, commonly expressed as a percentage. Ice has a very high albedo while dark surfaces have low albedo. The measuring element is to the left. In: "Monthly Weather Review," March 1931, p. 118.
Leningrad, U.S.S.R. 1930 Circa
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Using an Angstrom pyranometer ( an albedometer) to measure albedo. Albedo is the ratio of the amount of electromagnetic radiation reflected by a body to the amount incident upon it, commonly expressed as a percentage. Ice has a very high albedo while dark surfaces have low albedo. In: "Monthly Weather Review," March 1931, p. 118.
Leningrad, U.S.S.R. 1930 Circa
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Evaporation station and check pan at private laboratory of Robert Horton. In: "Monthly Weather Review," 1919 September, p. 608.
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L.- mercurial barometer. R. - sling psychrometer. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 306.
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Top of the U. S. Weather Bureau Building in Washington, D. C. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 307.
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Rain-gauge. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 314.
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Tipping-bucket rain gauge. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 314.
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The Robinson anemometer. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 316.
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The triple register used to record hours, minutes, and wind velocity. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 318.
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The triple register used to record hours, minutes, and wind velocity. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 318.
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L. - Jordan's sunshine recorder. R. - Marvin's sunshine recorder. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 318.
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Large image is Marvin barograph. Lower left image is Marvin nephoscope. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 324.
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Richard's Thermograph In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 326.
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Richard's Barograph In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 326.
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Marvin meteorograph In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 328.
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Weather kite with Marvin meteorograph attached In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 328.
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Marvin's kite reel. Note wire extending out to flying kite. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 329.

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