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《Acta Meteorologica Sinica》 1956-03
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SOLAR RADIATION OBSERVATIONS OF MOUNT TAl-SHAN OBSERVATORY

CHENG CHWEN-SHU(Central Meteorological Obaereatory)  
Solar radiation observations made at Mount Tai-shan (36°16'N, 117°12'E, 15145 m.) Observatory, 1937, are summarized and discussed. The observation consists of the following items: intensity of insolation; total radiation on horizontal surface; noon hour ultra violet radition intensity (in Davos unit). Turbidity factors and its variations are discussed, referring to main air mass situations.
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