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JSA - JIS B 7308 - RECORDING RAIN GAUGES Organization: JSA
Date: 1976-01-01
JSA - JIS B 7309 - TIPPING BUCKET RAIN GAUGES Organization: JSA
Date: 1982-03-01
DIN 58667 - METEOROLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS - MEASURING GLASS FOR RAIN-GAUGE Organization: DIN
Date: 1966-09-01
DIN 58666 - METEOROLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS - RAIN-GAUGE, WITH A COLLECTING AREA OF 200 CM2 Organization: DIN
Date: 1966-09-01
BSI - BS 1747-1 - METHODS FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF AIR POLLUTION PART 1: DEPOSIT GAUGES Organization: BSI
Date: 1969-12-16
Description: Construction, installation, use for collection and measurement of atmospheric impurities deposited by their own weight or with assistance of rain, and estimate of rainfall.
BSI - BS 7843-1.2 - GUIDE TO THE ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT OF METEOROLOGICAL PRECIPITATION DATA - PART 1: NETWORK DESIGN - SECTION 1.2 NETWORK DESIGN AND MONITORING Organization: BSI
Date: 1996-09-15
Description: Describes the users' criteria and the design of rain gauge networks.
NASA-LLIS-0871 - LESSONS LEARNED – SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-03-06
Description: The technicians, instead of positioning themselves to be able to monitor the vent line and gauges, located approximately 30 feet away from the tanker to both remove themselves from the heavy vapor cloud and also to remain out of the rain. During the operation, the technicians would periodically approach the tankers to monitor the liquid level indicator and the pressure gauge.
NASA-LLIS-0872 - LESSONS LEARNED – USE OF MONITORING PROCESSES FOR CRYOGENIC TRANSFER Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-03-06
Description: The technicians, instead of positioning themselves to be able to monitor the vent line and gauges, located approximately 30 feet away from the tanker to both remove themselves from the heavy vapor cloud and also to remain out of the rain. During the operation, the technicians would periodically approach the tankers to monitor the liquid level indicator and the pressure gauge.
NASA-LLIS-0745 - LESSONS LEARNED – POTENTIAL FOR LOW OXYGEN LEVELS IN NON-ENCLOSED AREAS Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-03-07
Description: The technicians, instead of positioning themselves to be able to monitor the vent line and gauges, located approximately 30 feet away from the tanker to both remove themselves from the heavy vapor cloud and also to remain out of the rain. During the operation, the technicians would periodically approach the tankers to monitor the liquid level indicator and the pressure gauge.

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