Meteorology -- Juvenile literature
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- Water Wonders Every Child Should Know: Little Studies of Dew, Frost, Snow, Ice and Rain (New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1907), by Jean M. Thompson, illust. by W. A. Bentley and Mary Cynthia Dickerson
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- The Doom of the Great City: Being the Narrative of a Survivor, Written A.D. 1942 (London: Newman and Co., ca. 1880), by W. Delisle Hay
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- The Climate of London, Deduced From Meteorological Observations, Made at Different Places in the Neighbourhood of the Metropolis (2 volumes; London: W. Phillips, et al., 1818-1820), by Luke Howard (page images at HathiTrust)
- Katalog Bemerkenswerter Witterungsereignisse von den Ältesten Zeiten bis zum Jahre 1800 (in German; Berlin: A. Asher, 1904), by Richard Hennig
- The Original Astronomical Observations Made in the Course of a Voyage to the Northern Pacific Ocean (from the Cook expeditions of 1776-1780), by William Bayly, James Cook, and James King (multiple formats at archive.org)
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- Reducing the Costs of Collecting Meteorological Data: A Workshop Summary (OTA-BP-ISS-152; 1995), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment
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- Wind- und Wasserhosen in Europa (in German; Braunschweig: F. Vieweg und Sohn, 1917), by Alfred Wegener
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