Rain Gauge

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An instrument or contrivance for measuring the amount of rain which falls on a given surface. They are made of various forms. One simple form consists of a copper funnel five to seven inches in diameter, inserted in the neck of a bottle placed on a stand and protected from the sun’s rays, to prevent evaporation.




George J Hagar, The Standard American Encyclopedia (New York: The University Society Inc., 1916)


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