Title variation, v. 51: Results of meteorological observations in the five years 1911-1915, also of underground temperatures in the twelve years 1898-1910.
Title for v. 53 (published 1923) does not cover particular year(s) of observations, but is a separate publication entitled: Determinations of stellar parallaxes from photographs taken with the 24-inch refractor of the Radcliffe Observatory.
V. 1-18 overseen by Manuel J. Johnson; v. 19- by The Rev. Robert Main; v. 36 by R. Main and Edward James Stone; v. 37-46 by E.J. Stone; v. 47 by E.J. Stone and Arthur A. Rambaut; v. 48-53 by A.A. Rambaut; v. 54-55 by H. Knox-Shaw; v. 56 by W.G. Kendrew.
Introduction to v.55 states: "Owing to the approaching removal of the Observatory from its present site it has been decided to cease publishing the meteorological results as from the end of 1930." It appears that publication actually ceased with v. 56, which covers observations for 1931-1935.
"Published by order of the Radcliffe Trustees."--t.p.
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