National Geographic February 1900
Some Geographic Features of Southern Patagonia, with a Discussion of Their Origin
A Princeton University geologist shares his observations of the geographic features of southern Patagonia and examines the forves that have produced the region’s unusual drainage systems.
Kite Work of the Weather Bureau
The U. S. Weather Bureau established a chain of kite- employing observation stations in an attempt to aid weather forecasters. Unfortunately the attempt met with little success and the stations have been dismantled, though some of the collected data may
Professor Henry Allen Hazen
U. S. Weather Bureau official and National Geographic Society member Professor Henry Allen Hazen was killed last month when the bicycle he was operating collided with a pedestrian.
Practical Exercises in Geography
Educators agree on the necessity of practical observation exercises to supplement lessons in physical geography. Many possible exercises are here described for the educator or the student of geography.
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