Definition of Barogram

1. n. A tracing, usually made by the barograph, showing graphically the variations of atmospheric pressure for a given time.



Definition of Barogram

1. a barometric reading [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barogram

barocco
baroccos
baroceptor
baroceptors
barochore
barochoric
barochory
barock
barocks
barocline
baroclinic
baroclinicity
baroclinity
barocliny
barognosis
barogram (current term)
barograms
barograph
barographic
barographs
barologist
barologists
barology
baromacrometer
barometer
barometers
barometre
barometres
barometric
barometric pressure

Literary usage of Barogram

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1. Weather: A Popular Exposition of the Nature of Weather Changes from Day to Day by Ralph Abercromby (1887)
"AUTHOR'S RULES FOR INFERRING FROM A barogram WHETHER A GALE IS GOING TO INCREASE OR DECREASE. The principle on which the author's rules are founded depend ..."

2. The Laws of the Winds Prevailing in Western Europe by William Clement Ley (1872)
"Plate VII. represents the system at 2 PM, and Plate VIII. is a synoptic barogram, exhibiting the changes of barometer (corrected and reduced) at the three ..."

3. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society by Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) (1908)
"At one station, where the barometer is in a hut on a very exposed headland, and with an over-abundance of roof ventilation, the barogram is formed of a ..."

4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1871)
"It was manifest, on comparing these with the barogram, that a period of 1 hour was far too short, for its curve showed many large irregularities, ..."

5. Report by British Association for the Advancement of Science (1871)
"... and half an hour subsequent to the moment indicated by the abscissa of that point, and it was drawn on the same time-scale as the corresponding barogram ..."

6. Handbook of Meteorology: A Manual for Cooperative Observers and Students by Jacques Wardlaw Redway (1921)
"barogram of Mount Vernon Meteorological Laboratory, April 21, 1917. The rise in pressure at 6:15 pm was caused by the downdraught within the cumulo-nimbus ..."

7. Modern Meteorology: An Outline of the Growth and Present Condition of Some by Frank Waldo (1893)
"Much depends on the method of reduction of the barogram, however, ... The barogram is the record traced by the instrument on a sheet of paper. ..."

8. Cyclopadic Science Simplified by John Henry Pepper (1869)
"In the barogram (Fig. 417), the straight white line enables the observer to see the ... 417 is reduced to figures ; part only of a barogram, X, is shown. ..."

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