or, Methods of Mapping the Weather

Francis Galton
Macmillan 1863

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The accompanying Charts and Maps are contributions to a branch of Meteorology which is theoretically divisible into two separate portions, though they may be more or less united in practice, and it is convenient to class them under a single term, Meteorography.

I mean by that phrase, 1st, the art and practice Of tabulating observations which have been made simultaneously at numerous stations, each record being inscribed in the geographical position of the place where it was made ; and, 2ndly; the subsequent step of delineating the General Results of the Observations in a pictorial form.