At Kremsmunster for 1902 P. B.
" Winter " means generally the four midwinter, and " summer " the four midsummer, months; but at Karasjok three, and at Kremsmunster six, months are included in each season.
At Karasjok and Kremsmunster the seasonal variation in a i seems comparatively small, but at Potsdam and the Bureau Central it is as large as at Kew.
Thus in 1902 (51) the percentage of cases in which q fell short of I was 30 at Trieste, 33 at Vienna, and 35 at Kremsmunster; at Innsbruck q was less than I on 58 days out of 98.
Thus during observations extending over more than a year, q varied from 0.18 to 8.25 at Kremsmunster and from 0.1 I to 3.00 at Trieste.
Thus at Trieste a + varied from 0.12 to 4.07, and a_ from 0.11 to 3.87; at Vienna varied from 0.32 to 7' 10, and a_ from o 78 to 5.42; at Kremsmunster a± varied from 0.14 to 5'83.
The Kremsmunster (42) figures show a smaller but still distinct excess in the summer values.
Zolss (41, 42) Has Published Dirunal Variation Data For Kremsmunster For More Than One Year, And Independently For Midsummer (May To August) And Midwinter (December To February).