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The precise location of a meteorological instrument, which has a direct effect on the accuracy, repeatability, and representative nature of the readings given by that instrument. The requirements for temperature measurements are largely met by standardized thermometer screens, but the correct siting of anemometers and rain gauges (for example) often involves considerable problems.

Subjects: Meteorology and Climatology.

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