Your search returned 27 results.

1.
Newtonian gravitational constant measurement using a servo-controlled torsion balance

by Fitzgerald, M.P. (Industrial Research Limited, Measurement, Applied Maths and Analysis. Wellington); Armstrong, T. (Industrial Research Limited, Measurement, Applied Maths and Analysis. Wellington).

Source: Bulletin of the American Physical Society Publisher: 1995Other title: Newtonian gravitational constant measurement using a servocontrolled torsion balance.Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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Hot news : media reporting and public understanding of the climate change issue in New Zealand : a study in the (mis)communication of science : a summary report

by Bell, Allan. -- New ZealandDepartment of Scientific and Industrial Research.; New ZealandMinistry for the Environment.; Victoria University of WellingtonDepartment of Linguistics.

Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Department of Linguistics, Victoria University, ©1989Holdings: GRETA POINT: 07:504.7(931) BELAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [07:504.7(931) BEL] (1).
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Applied optics and optical engineering. Volume I, Light : its generation and modification

by Kingslake, Rudolf.

Publisher: New York : Academic Press, 1965Holdings: LAUDER: 535 KINAvailability: Items available for loan: LAUDER [535 KIN] (1).
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Review of the Dobson spectrophotometer and its accuracy

by Basher, R. E. -- World Meteorological Organization

Publisher: 1982Holdings: GRETA POINT: 681.785.5 BASAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [681.785.5 BAS] (1).
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A comparison of data accuracy in the troposphere and in the stratosphere

by Hovermale, John B.

Publisher: University Park, Pa. : Mineral Industries Experiment Station, 1962Holdings: GRETA POINT: 551.510.52/53 COMAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [551.510.52/53 COM] (1).
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Proceedings of a workshop held at ECMWF on developments in numerical methods for very high resolution global models : 5-7 June 2000

by -- European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts -- ECMWF Workshop on Developments in Numerical Methods for Very High Resolution Global Models (2000 : Reading, UK).

Publisher: Reading : European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, 2000Other title: ECMWF workshop on developments in numerical methods for very high resolution global models.Holdings: GRETA POINT: 551.509.3 ECMAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [551.509.3 ECM] (1).
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The success of three to four day forecasts of fine weather for parts of the North Island

by Tomlinson, A.I. (Ministry of Transport, New Zealand Meteorological Service. Wellington. -- New Zealand Meteorological Service

Source: Technical note / New Zealand Meteorological Service. Publisher: 1973Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
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An objective assessment of the accuracy of prognostic MSL charts

by Neale, A.A.

Source: Technical information circular / New Zealand Meteorological Service. Publisher: 1978Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
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Data accuracies and weighting factors at 50 millibars

by Hovermale, John B.

Publisher: University Park, Pa. : Mineral Industries Experiment Station, 1962Holdings: GRETA POINT: 53.088:519.25 DATAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [53.088:519.25 DAT] (1).
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AMSU-A engineering model calibration / Tsan Mo ... [et al.]

by Mo, T; Weinreb, M.P; Robinson, Jacob.

Source: NOAA technical report NESDIS Publisher: Washington, D.C. : U.S. National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service, 1993Availability: No items available
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Streamflow measurement

by Herschy, Reginald W.

Edition: 3rd Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2008Holdings: CHRISTCHURCH: 556.535.04 STRAvailability: No items available Checked out (1).
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Assessing the accuracy of remotely sensed data : principles and practices

by Congalton, Russell G; Green, Kass.

Edition: 2nd ed. Publisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, c2009Holdings: GRETA POINT: 528.8 ASSAvailability: No items available Checked out (1).
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A national objective daily rainfall analysis system

by Mills, G. A; Weymouth, G; Jones, D; Ebert, E. E; Manton, M; Lorkin, J; Kelly, J. -- Bureau of Meteorology Research Centre (Melbourne, Australia)

Publisher: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia : Bureau of Meteorology Research Centre, 1997Holdings: GRETA POINT: 551.577.22 MILAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [551.577.22 MIL] (1).
14.
The accuracy of some length-based methods for fish population studies

by Isaac, V.J.

Publisher: Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines : ICLARM, 1990Holdings: Index record - see source titleAvailability: Items available for loan: WELLINGTON [ANALYTIC] (1).
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Tripin-on-disc tribometer test trials

by Thorp, J.M (DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory. Lower Hutt). -- DSIR, Physics and Engineering LaboratoryLower Hutt

Publisher: 1980 MayAvailability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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A protype air refractometer

by Hurst, R.B (DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory. Lower Hutt). -- DSIR, Physics and Engineering LaboratoryLower Hutt

Publisher: 1980Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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A new method for calibrating accelerometers by direct extremes position measurements

by Sutton, C.M. (DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory. Lower Hutt); Hurst, R.B (DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory. Lower Hutt). -- DSIR, Physics and Engineering LaboratoryLower Hutt

Publisher: 1980Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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General principles of sampling and accuracy of results, 1980

by -- Great BritainStanding Committee of Analysts

Publisher: London : HMSO, 1980Holdings: CHRISTCHURCH: 628.1.03:543.3 GENAvailability: No items available Lost (1).
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The accuracy of the New Zealand national frequency standard

by Thomson, N.R; Burtt, G.J. -- DSIR, Physics and Engineering LaboratoryLower Hutt

Publisher: 1977Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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PEL time code

by Lohrey, B.M. (DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory. Lower Hutt). -- DSIR, Physics and Engineering LaboratoryLower Hutt

Publisher: Lower Hutt : Physics and Engineering Laboratory, 1989Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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Traceable measurements and the national physical standards

by Collins, M.A. (DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory. Lower Hutt). -- National Conference of the Institute of Measurement and Control NZ (11th : 1983 : Christchurch).

Source: The technology link between today and tomorrow : M&C 83 : 11th National Conference of the Institute of Measurement and Control NZ : May 11th, 12th, 13th, 1983, Christchurch Polytechnic, New Zealand / Institute of Measurement and Control NZ. Publisher: 1983Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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Drift of transducer readouts associated with the MTD materials testing system

by Miller, N.G. (DSIR New Zealand Soil Bureau. Lower Hutt). -- DSIR New Zealand Soil BureauLower Hutt

Publisher: Lower Hutt : NZ Soil Bureau, 1983Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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Accuracy of the MTS materials testing system

by Miller, N.G. (DSIR New Zealand Soil Bureau. Lower Hutt). -- DSIR New Zealand Soil BureauLower Hutt

Publisher: Lower Hutt : NZ Soil Bureau, 1983Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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Tests for systematic errors in Wild DI20 Distomats (serial numbers 41298 and 31599)

by Crook, C; Williams, R.

Publisher: Lower Hutt : New Zealand Geological Survey, 1986Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).
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Directions for human-computer interface research

by Patterson, M. (DSIR Physical Sciences, Information Technology Group. Lower Hutt). -- DSIR Physical Sciences, Information Technology GroupLower Hutt

Publisher: Lower Hutt : DSIR Physical Sciences, Information Technology Group, 1992 JunOther title: Directions for human - computer interface research.Availability: Items available for loan: NIWA BIBLIOGRAPHY (1).

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