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Abbreviated calendar record 1966-1967
  • Published Date:
    1969
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Abbreviated calendar record 1966-1967
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  • Corporate Authors:
    United States, Environmental Science Services Administration., Research Laboratories,
  • Description:
    "This report consolidates the Abbreviated Calendar Records which have been published under the auspices of the International ursigram and World Days Service in IQSY Notes Nos. 17, 18, 20, and 21 for the data of January through December 1966, and published in STP Notes Nos. 1, 2, and 3 for the data of January through December 1967. It is felt that because of the limited distribution and availability of these two publications that republication in this Upper Atmosphere Geophysics report will make the data more readily available to the scientific research worker. These Abbreviated Calendar Records are chronological summary accounts of solar and geophysical activity and events. The record is intended to give a convenient summary of daily solar-geophysical events for quick interpretation of results of research programs such as those being sponsored by the Inter-Union Commission on Solar-Terrestrial Physics. The compilation of the data is done on a rather prompt schedule. Thus it is based in part on some provisional data reports, available at World Data Center A - Upper Atmosphere Geophysics as well as on final data reports. There fore, the Calendar Record should not be relied upon for details of solar and geophysical events, but rather it should be used as a guide to the definitive results presented in the several standard data publications. Many of these are listed in the Appendix to this report. The format of the Calendar Record is described below. It should be noted that there was a major change in the style of presentation beginning with the July 1967 data"--Introduction.

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