Title: DETERMINATION OF THE POSITION AND PATH OF A HURRICANE, A RECENT IMPORTANT SEISMOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION TO NAVIGATION
Author(s): Reverend Daniel Linehan, S.J.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 1, Number 11
Pages: 232 - 235
Cite this article: Linehan, Reverend Daniel, S.J.,, "DETERMINATION OF THE POSITION AND PATH OF A HURRICANE, A RECENT IMPORTANT SEISMOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION TO NAVIGATION", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 1, No. 11, 1948, pp. 232-235.
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Abstract: This article does not purpose to explain, even moderately, the science of seismology, nor the nature and causes of the earth vibrations studied by this science. The use of seismology, however, in studying meteorological phenomena, though well known to the seismologist, might not be as familiar to those even more interested in the results, the navigators. Accordingly, we merely wish to point out here that earth vibrations have been used to study weather changes and to outline the progress of this study to date.