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A recording anemometer.
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a self-recording anemometer
anemographic adj
aˌnemoˈgraphically adv
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(əˈnɛm əˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf)

a recording anemometer.
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The data collect by the meteorological station of IAG/ USP refer to the following climatic factors: atmospheric pressure (Micro-Barograph, Fuess), air temperature (Assmann's Psychrometer, Fuess and Thermograph 79, Fuess), air humidity (Flydrograph, Fuess), duration of sunshine (Campbell-Stokes Heliograph, Lambrecht), precipitation (Hellmann pluviograph, Lambrecht), wind direction and intensity (Anemograph "Universal" 82b, Fuess) and cloudiness (IAG, 2012).
The only possibility to check the impact of the breakpoints on the wind speed data was at Tartu-Ulenurme where replacing the weather station UATGMS by anemograph M-12 led to an increase in the average wind speed from 3.8 m/s to 4.0 m/s.