Durand, Loyal, Jr. (ed.) / Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
volume XXXI (1938)
James, Harry Raymond; Birge, Edward A.
A laboratory study of the absorption of light by lake waters, pp. -154 PDF (46.6 MB)
6 LIST OF TABLES. PART I. Table I. Absorption of radiation by one meter of distilled water. 3650-8000 A. Stated as coefficients and as percentages 30 Table II. Percentile absorption by 10 observers. Stated for each 100A 31 Table III. List of observers 36 Table IV. Data for theory of molecular absorption 38 Table V. Effect of temperature on absorption by water 41 Table VI. Observations of Collins and Baldock; stated as coeffi cients of extinction; 5500-8230 A 42 Table VII. Observations of Ganz, 12°, 87°; stated as coefficients at each 100 A, 6950-8200 A 43 Table VIII. List of Lakes examined; with data 60 Table IX. Effect of filtration on color and on percentile absorption 63 Table X. Settled waters. General table of percentile absorptions . .100 Table XI. Filtered waters. General table of absorptions 103 Table XII. Dilutions. General table of absorptions 107 Table XIII. Mean percentile absorptions at 3650 A 97 Table XIV. Nagawicka Lake, Computation of factor curves 12~
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