PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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TRELOAR, Harry Mayne
Born Adelaide 20 July 1898; died Melbourne 5 March 1963. Education, Adelaide University and University of Melbourne (B.Sc. 1922, Ll.B. 1932, D.Sc. 1946). Clerk, Adelaide Weather Bureau, 1914-21; meteorologist, Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, 1921-37; Supervising Meteorologist, Research & Training Section, 1937-39. Assistant Director (Technical), R.A.A.F. Meteorological Service, 1940-45. Officer-in-charge, seasonal forecasting research unit, Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, 1946-55; deputy director of the N.S.W. Division Office, 1955-58; Superintendent, weather analysis, Central office, Melbourne, 1958-63.
- Variation of wind with height at Melbourne when geostrophic winds are northerly. Royal Society of Victoria. Proceedings., 39 (1926), 162-166.
- (With E. Kidson) The rate of ascent of pilot balloons at Melbourne. Royal Meteorological Society. Quarterly Journal., 55(1929), 153-168.
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