On the Cold in March, and Absence of Sunspots


I WAS travelling when Dr. Woeikof's letter appeared in NATURE (vol. xxviii. p. 53), and could not sooner reply to his criticisms on my communication (vol. xxvii. p. 551), “Unprecedented Cold in the Riviera—Absence of Sunspots.” Let me first remark that I do not go so far as to “ascribe (as Dr. Woeikof says that I do) the great cold of March, 1883, at the… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/028102d0

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