Practical hints in regard to West Indian hurricanes

by P. Benito Vines

Publisher: Govt. Prtg. Off. in Washington

Written in English
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Translated Practical Hints in Regard to West Indian Hurricanes from Spanish in Wrote The Use of Oil to Lessen the Dangerous Effect of Heavy Seas in [5] Published an article in National Geographic magazine entitled Geography of the Sea in Nationality: United States. Benito Vines (named Benet Vinyes in Catalan, his mother tongue) was a Jesuit cleric during the 19th and early 20th centuries in Havana, became well known for his studies of was the Director of the Magnetical and Meteorological Observatory of the Royal College of Belen in Havana, and the author of Practical Hints in Regard to the West Indian Hurricanes, a work which was.

It was published in English as “Practical Hints in Regard to West Indian Hurricanes” by the US Army (3) While only fifteen pages long, it contains a wealth of information and practical advice regarding identification of an approaching hurricane and how to navigate away from it.

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It was published in English as “Practical Hints in Regard to West Indian Hurricanes” by the US Army (3) While only fifteen pages long, it contains a wealth of information and practical advice regarding identification of an approaching hurricane and how to navigate away from it.

(10). Practical hints in regard to West Indian hurricanes. (Washington, Gov't print off., ), by Benito Viñes, John R. Bartlett, and George Leland Dyer (page images at HathiTrust) Die Hurricanes oder Drehstürme Westindiens / (Gotha: Justus Perthes, ), by Alfred Fischer.

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The same year (), after six years of study, Father Vihes finished his greatest work: Apuntes Relativos a los Huracanes de las Antilles, which was soon published as Practical Hints in Regard to West Indian Hurricanes by the U.S.

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Tropical storms that form in the Bay of Bengal and strike the populous coasts of India are known as cyclones. They are the same kind of storms as West Indian hurricanes and the typhoons of the Pacific. The worst feature is the overwhelming 17 flood of seawater that comes in big waves into the harbors as the center of the storm arrives.

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