Abstract: The daily, monthly and annual climate data resides in 3 books, 'Les Donnees Climatologiques De Lithuanie' ( C/dba L776c), and is written in French and Lithuanian. The data contained in these books are tables of daily, monthly, and annual climate data for Lithuania from 1926 to 1937. The surface parameters included in these tables are: annual mean, maximum, and minimum temperature; annual mean ... precipitation; monthly mean temperature, pressure, relative humidity, and precipitation totals for ten day periods; monthly mean number of hours of insolation; and wind direction frequency. Each of the above parameters is for each individual year and averaged over the period.
The daily observations and monthly averages resides in 2 books: 1) 'Ergebnisse der Meteorologischen Beobachtungen in Litauen' (C/dba L776); and 2) 'Ergebnisse der meteorologischen Beobachtungen-Lithuania Meteorologishces Buro' (C/dba L776e), both written in German. The data contained in these books are tables and maps of daily observations and monthly weather data for Lithuania. These data are for each year from 1924 to 1930. The surface parameters included in these tables are: hourly observations of pressure, temperature, humidity, cloudiness, and winds; daily rainfall; monthly mean temperature and rainfall, (also absolute maximum and minimum temperature and maximum rainfall); and monthly number of snow, fog, thunderstorm, cloudy, clear, and measurable precipitation days. The maps include monthly means of surface temperature and precipitation.
The Lithuanian climate data reside in 1 book, 'Le Climat De La Lithuanie' (C/dba P152), and is written in French. This book contains daily, monthly, seasonal, and annual maps and tables of climate data for Lithuania averaged over the period 1777 to 1910. The surface parameters included in these tables are the following: mean monthly sunshine duration, air and soil temperature, winds, humidity, precipitation, extremes of temperature, and movement of ice; seasonal mean temperature; five day mean temperature; mean annual variability and mean diurnal variation of temperature for each month; and monthly mean number of rain and snow days. The maps included in this book are: monthly means of surface temperature, pressure, and resultant winds; mean winter and summer cyclone tracks; monthly rainfall totals; mean summer cloudiness; and climate zones.
Climate data for Petrosvsko-Rasumovskoie reside in 1 book, 'Climate and Vegetation on the Territory of the Timiriazev Academy' (C/db Z39). The data contained in this book are tables and graphs of monthly, seasonal, and annual climate data for Lithuania and Russia averaged over the period 1879 to 1928. The tables include the following information: monthly mean, mean maximum, mean minimum, absolute maximum and minimum for air and soil temperature, pressure, humidity, winds and cloudiness; monthly total and diurnal maximum of evaporation and precipitation; monthly number of days of precipitation, snow, rain, sleet, hail, thunderstorms, frost, fog, and clear and overcast skies; monthly number of sunshine hours and solar radiation at noon; monthly temperature variability; and average, earliest, and latest frost and snows during the year. Graphs in this book include the following: precipitation totals; average, greatest, and least number of days with precipitation; and thickness of snow cover. These graphs are for each month of the year. A major part of this book deals with an essay in plant growth.