Facts about a Rain Gauge?


A rain gauge refers to an instrument used to measure the amount of rainfall over a given period of time. There are several types of rain gauge such as the tipping bucket gauge, weighing gauge and the graduated cylinder.
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History It is uncertain who first measured precipitation. It is likely that early civilizations such as the Mayans and Greeks measured rainfall, but no record of this exists. According
to measure water (presipitation)
Really light gauge strings. Like rubber bands, I am told.
I think you might be asking about a intramuscular injection and i work with kids and we typically use a 25 or a 23 gauge needle. There are some medications that we use a bigger gauge
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What Are Rain Gauges Used For?
Society has recorded and measured rainfall for at least 500 years, but it is likely this practice goes back much further. Rain gauges are a simplistic and relatively accurate tool to measure the amount of rainfall in an area for professional and amateur... More »
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A rain gauge is a meteorological device or instrument used to collect and measure the amount of rainfall. It is made of a tapering funnel of a copper or polyester which allows the rainwater to be collected in a bottle for accurate measurement.
A rain gauge is used to measure the amount of rain that has come down over a certain period of time. A lot of the rain gauges measure the amount in millimeters.
A rain gauge is a flat bottomed container with depth measurements on it that is used to measure how many inches of rain the area where it is placed receives.
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