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1 Hong Kong hills (Tai Mo Shan, Ma On Shan, Pat Sin & Ng Tung Shan) G.S.P. Heywood H.K. Naturalist, Vol. 6, p. 29-35, 105-109 & 207-212, 1935 --- ---
2 Hong Kong hills (High Junk Peak, Lan Tau Peak) G.S.P. Heywood H.K. Naturalist, Vol. 7, p. 25-30, 244-248, 1936 --- ---
3 Seismology B.D. Evans H.K. Naturalist, Vol. 7, p. 147-158, 1936 --- ---
4 Astronomy G.S.P. Heywood H.K. Naturalist, Vol. 7, p. 91-95, 1936 --- ---
5 Meteorology G.S.P. Heywood H.K. Naturalist, Vol. 7, p. 95-96, 1936 --- ---
6 Clouds and the weather G.S.P. Heywood H.K. Naturalist, Vol. 9, p. 119, 1939 --- ---
7 Hail and halos G.S.P. Heywood H.K. Naturalist, Vol. 10, p. 105, 1940 --- ---
8 Some meteorological aspects of soaring flight G.J. Bell Weather, Vol. 5, January 1950 --- ---
9 The meteorologist and the engineer G.S.P. Heywood Proceedings of the Engineering Society of Hong Kong, Vol. 4, 1950-1951 1,609k pdf
10 The upper-level flow-structure near typhoons B.W. Thompson Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Vol. 77, No. 332, April 1951 --- ---
11 An essay on the general circulation of the atmosphere over Southeast Asia and the West Pacific B.W. Thompson Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Vol. 77, No. 334, October 1951 --- ---
12 Analysis and forecasting of summer weather over and in the neighbourhood of South China C.S. Ramage Journal of Meteorology, Vol. 8, No. 5, p. 289-299, October 1951 --- ---
13 Diurnal variation of summer rainfall over East China, Korea and Japan C.S. Ramage Journal of Meteorology, Vol. 9, No. 2, p. 83-86, April 1952 --- ---
14 Variation of rainfall over South China through the wet season C.S. Ramage Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Vol. 33, p. 308-311, September 1952 --- ---
15 Relationship of general circulation to normal weather over southern Asia and the Western Pacific during the cool season C.S. Ramage Journal of Meteorology, Vol. 9, No. 6, p. 403-408, December 1952 --- ---
16 Arctic sea-smoke at Hong Kong L. Starbuck Weather, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 77-78, March 1953 --- ---
17 A condensed history of the Royal Observatory Hong Kong L. Starbuck The Marine Observer, Vol. 23, No. 163, April 1953 --- ---
18 Some notes on the structure of Hong Kong typhoons G.S.P. Heywood Proceedings of the UNESCO Symposium on Typhoons, Tokyo, 1954 360k pdf
19 The pressure of typhoon winds on structures G.S.P. Heywood Proceedings of the UNESCO Symposium on Typhoons, Tokyo, 1954 462k pdf
20 Non-frontal crachin and the cool season clouds of the China Sea C.S. Ramage Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Vol. 35, p. 404-411, November 1954 --- ---
21 The cool-season tropical disturbances of Southeast Asia C.S. Ramage Journal of Meteorology, Vol. 12, No. 3, p. 252-262, June 1955 --- ---
22 Pilot balloon ascents carried out by voluntary observers in a Hong Kong selected ship W.P. Goodfellow The Marine Observer, October 1953 --- ---
23 Meteorology in Hong Kong G.S.P. Heywood Weather, Vol. 10, No. 12, December 1955 --- ---
24 Horizontal distribution of rainfall over a small area in the tropics I.E.M. Watts Proceedings of the Ninth Pacific Science Congress, Bangkok, 1957 660k pdf
25 A climatological study of tropical cyclones over the China Seas P.C. Chin Proceedings of the Ninth Pacific Science Congress, Bangkok, 1957 726k pdf
26 Analysis of winds at 300 and 200 millibars over Hong Kong D.S. Gill The Meteorological Magazine, Vol. 87, No. 1037, November 1958 --- ---
27 Evapotranspiration in Hong Kong : A second report C.S. Ramage Pacific Science, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1959 --- ---
28 Energy exchange between the earth's surface and the atmosphere P.C. Chin M.Sc. Thesis, University of London, July 1960 --- ---
29 Checking the performance of electrodynamic seismometers P. Peterson Bulletin of Seismological Society of America, Vol. 50, No. 4, p. 561-562, October 1960 --- ---
30 Surface winds in Hong Kong typhoons (Preliminary report) G.J. Bell Proceedings of the U.S./Asian Weather Symposium, Baguio, Philippines, February 1961 2,196k pdf
31 The exchange of energy between the sea and the atmosphere in a typhoon P.C. Chin Proceedings of the U.S./Asian Weather Symposium, Baguio, Philippines, February 1961 1,418k pdf
32 The estimation of surface wind speeds in tropical cyclones G.J. Bell Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Vol. 42, No. 5, p. 382-383, May 1961 --- ---
33 Characteristics of the upper-troposphere, tropopause, and the lower stratosphere over Hong Kong during the northeast monsoon P.C. Chin Proceedings of the Tenth Pacific Science Congress, Hawaii, August 1961 --- ---
34 Predicting the movement of tropical cyclones in the region of the China Sea G.J. Bell Proceedings of the Inter-Regional Seminar on Tropical Cyclones, Tokyo, January 1962 352k pdf
35 Diurnal variation of winds over Hong Kong P.C. Chin The Journal of Tropical Geography, Vol. 17, May 1963 --- ---
36 Survey of objective methods used in Hong Kong for predicting typhoon movement P.C. Chin Inter-Regional Seminar on Advanced Tropical Meteorology, Manila, 1965 1,343k pdf
37 Typhoons in Hong Kong and building design S.E. Faber & G.J. Bell Proceedings of the Engineering Society of Hong Kong, Vol. 17, 1963-1964 2,291k pdf
38 A new method for the prediction of typhoon movement using the 700 mb chart S. Tse Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Vol. 92, No. 392, April 1966 --- ---
39 Typhoon Freda P. Peterson Marine Observer, Vol. 36, No. 213, July 1966 --- ---
40 Notes on the meteorological aspects of air pollution P. Peterson Far East Engineering and Equipment News, March 1967 --- ---
41 Comment on "examples of the meteorological capabilities of the high resolution infrared radiometer on the Nimbus I satellite" P.C. Chin Journal of Applied Meteorology, Vol. 6 No. 2, p. 445, April 1967 --- ---
42 Typhoons P.C. Chin The Geography Bulletin, No. 10, 1968 --- ---
43 The monsoon trough near the South China Coast G.J. Bell Proceedings of the Conference on the Summer Monsoon of Southeast Asia, p. 83-105, April 1969 2,260k pdf
44 Fog in Hong Kong P. Peterson Hong Kong Flying Club, Vol. 1 No. 1, 1970 --- ---
45 Annual review of damage caused by floods, drought and tropical cyclones - contribution by Hong Kong Observatory --- Water Resources Journal, ESCAP and WMO bulletins --- html
46 Detection of precipitation by radar P.C. Chin Proceedings of a joint training seminar held by Regional Association II and V of the World Meteorological Organization, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 11-23 November 1968 (Forecasting of heavy rains and floods) 1,463k pdf
47 Analysis of rainfall over a small area P.C. Chin Proceedings of a joint training seminar held by Regional Association II and V of the World Meteorological Organization, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 11-23 November 1968 (Forecasting of heavy rains and floods) 760k pdf
48 Rain from tropical cyclone and trough-type systems P.C. Chin Proceedings of a joint training seminar held by Regional Association II and V of the World Meteorological Organization, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 11-23 November 1968 (Forecasting of heavy rains and floods) 1,562k pdf
49 Analysis of mesoscale systems P.C. Chin Proceedings of a joint training seminar held by Regional Association II and V of the World Meteorological Organization, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 11-23 November 1968 (Forecasting of heavy rains and floods) 1,619k pdf
50 The "average typhoon" S.Y.W. Tse Proceedings of the Regional Training Seminar, Singapore, December 1970 (Synoptic analysis and forecasting in the tropics of Asia and the Southwest Pacific) 1,810k pdf

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