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  • Geophysical Memoirs No.1 – “Eight-Place Supplement to Harmonic Analysis and Synthesis Schedules. For Three to One Hundred Equidistant Values of Empiric Functions” by L.W. Pollak (1954) (206M)
  • Geophysical Memoirs No.2, Part 1 – “Measurements of Gravity in Ireland. Pendulum Observations at Dublin, Sligo, Galway and Cork” by A.H. Cook (1950) (49M)
  • Geophysical Memoirs No.2, Part 2 – “Measurements of Gravity in Ireland. Gravimeter Observations between Dublin, Sligo, Galway and Cork” by H.I.S. Thirlaway (1951) (57M)
  • Geophysical Memoirs No.2, Part 3 – “Measurements of Gravity in Ireland. Gravity Survey of Central Ireland” by T. Murphy (1952) (53M)
  • Geophysical Memoirs No.2, Part 4 – “Measurements of Gravity in Ireland. Gravity Survey of Ireland, North of the Line, Sligo-Dundalk” by A.H. Cook and T. Murphy (1952) (74M)
  • Geophysical Memoirs No.3 – “On the Prediction of the Yield and Sugar Content of Sugar Beet in Ireland” by P.R. Nolan and L.W. Pollak (1951) (75M)
  • Geophysical Memoirs No.4 – “The Magnetic Survey of Ireland for the Epoch 1950.5” by T. Murphy (1953) (48M)
  • Technical (Scientific) Note No.9 – “Intrinsic Calibration of the Photo-Electric Condensation Nucleus Counter Model 1957 with convergent light-beam” by L.W. Pollak and A.L. Metnieks (1960) (78M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.1 – “Provisional Results of the Gravity Survey of Central Ireland” by T. Murphy (1950) (15M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.2 – “Provisional Values for Magnetic Declination in Ireland for the Epoch 1950.5” by T. Murphy (1951) (12M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.3 – “Frequency of the Centres of Closed Low Pressure Systems Over the North Atlantic Ocean” by L.W. Pollak (1951) (62M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.4 – “Density of Irish Rocks” by J.S. Jackson (1951) (16M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.5 – “On the Theory of Stochastic Phenomena and its Application to some Problems of Cosmic Physics” by R. Fürth (1952) (32M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.6 – “Condensation Nuclei Produced in the Laboratory” by J.J. McHenry (1953) (9M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.7 – “The Nuclei Produced by Disruptive Discharge at a Water Surface” by P.J. Nolan and P.S. MacCormaic (1953) (21M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.8 – “Convective Transfer in the Problem of Climate” by E.J. Öpik (1953) (16M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.9 – “Theory of an Inverted Pendulum with Trifilar Suspension” by R.E. Ingram and J.R. Timoney (1954) (7M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.10 – “Meteorological Aspects of the Daylighting of Buildings” by P. Petherbridge (1954) (32M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.11 – “A Vertical Force Magnetic Survey of the Counties Roscommon, Longford, Westmeath and Meath with parts of the adjacent Counties of Galway, Cavan, Louth and Dublin ” by T. Murphy (1955) (23M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.12 – “The Climate of Dublin City. I – Rainfall at Trinity College” by L.W. Pollak and T.J. Morley (1956) (41M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.13 – “The Latitudes and Longitudes of the Six-Inch Sheet Maps of Ireland” by T. Murphy (1956) (86M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.14 – “The Gravity Base Stations for Ireland” by T. Murphy (1957) (16M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.15 – “The Size Spectrum of Large and Giant Sea-Salt Nuclei under Maritime Conditions” by A.L. Metnieks (1958) (72M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.16 – “Instruction for Use of Photo-Electric Condensation Nucleus Counters their Care and Maintenance together with Calibration and Auxiliary Tables” by A.L. Metnieks and L.W. Pollak (1959) (45M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.17 – “The General Problem of Dynamical Meteorology: An Introduction to Numerical Weather Forecasting” by A. Gião (1959) (119M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.18 – “Gravity Anomaly Map of Ireland. Sheet 5 – South West. ” by T. Murphy (1960) (85M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.19 – “Tables and Graphs for Use in Aerosol Physics. Part 1 – Mobility v. Radius and vice versa” by A.L. Metnieks and L.W. Pollak (1961) (57M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.20 – “Tables and Graphs for Use in Aerosol Physics. Part 2 – Number of uncharged particles in per cent of total number of particles v. Radius and vice versa” by A.L. Metnieks and L.W. Pollak (1961) (60M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.21 – “On the Particle Size Analysis of Polydisperse Aerosols using a Diffusion Battery and the Exhaustion Method” by A.L. Metnieks and L.W. Pollak (1962) (57M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.22 – “Gravity Anomaly Map of Ireland. Sheet 4 – South East.” by T. Murphy (1962) (72M)
  • Geophysical Bulletin No.23 – “The Climate of Dublin City. II – Temperature at Trinity College” by T.J. Morley (1964) (28M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin No.24 – “Wind in Dublin City” by T.J. Morley (1969) (9M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin No.25 – “Notes on the Reading and Reduction of Ground Total Field Magnetic Data with particular reference to Ireland” by R.P. Riddihough (1969) (10M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin No.26 – “The Gravity Anomaly Map of County Donegal” by D.G.G. Young (1969) (87M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin No.27 – “Magnetic Map of the Ardara Granite and Southern County Donegal” by R.P. Riddihough (1969) (66M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.28 – “An Analysis of Daily Magnetic Variation in Ireland” by R.P. Riddihough (1970) (15M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.29 – “A Reconnaissance Magnetic Map of the Continental Margin West of Ireland” by D.G.G. Young and R.J. Bailey (1973) (48M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.30 – “The Climate of Dublin City. Extremes of Temperature, Rainfall, Sunshine and Wind Speed” by T.J. Morley and K. Bolster (1973) (13M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.31 – “Density, Magnetic and Resistivity Measurements on Irish Rocks” by P. Morris (1973) (44M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.32 – “Gravity Anomaly Map of Ireland” (1974) (44M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.33 – “A Magnetic Map of the Continental Margin West of Ireland Including Part of the Rockall Through and the Faeroe Plateau” by R.P. Riddihough (1975) (103M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.34 – “A Magnetic Anomaly Map of the Area 51º – 55º N, 10º – 16º W” by R.P. Riddihough (1975) (192M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.35 – “The Geographical and Rectangular Coordinates in Use in Ireland and Their Transformations” by T. Murphy (1982) (21M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.36 – “Gravity Anomaly Map Wicklow-Kildare” by T. Murphy (1987) (57M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.37 – “The Climate of Dublin City, Temperature, Rainfall, Sunshine and Wind at Merrion Square, Dublin. 1951-1985” by K. Bolster (1987) (30M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.38 – “Gravity Anomaly Map Meath” by T. Murphy (1989) (54M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.39 – “Note on the Six Inch and One Inch Sheet Maps of Ireland and Methods for Deducing Rectangular and Geographical Coordinates for Points Thereon” by T. Murphy (1988) (19M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.40 – “Gravity Anomaly Map Carlow-Wexford” by T. Murphy (51M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.41 – “Gravity Anomaly Map South Wexford” by T. Murphy (43M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.42 – “A Composite Magnetic Map of Ireland” by P. Morris (1989) (71M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.43 – “Gravity Anomaly Map Galway-Offaly” by T. Murphy (46M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.44 – “Gravity Anomaly Map Tipperary” by T. Murphy (43M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.45 – “Gravity Anomaly Map Shannon Estuary” by T. Murphy (41M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.46 – “Gravity Anomaly Map Longford-Roscommon” by T. Murphy (40M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.47 – “VARNET Project 1995. Magnetotelluric Fieldwork. Preliminary Report” by P. Denny, C. Brown, P.W. Readman and the VARNET working group (1995) (26M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.48 – Proceedings of the IGCP 400 Meeting held in Dublin, Ireland, 1997 – “Lithospheric Structure, Evolution and Sedimentation in Continental Rifts” by A.W.B. Jacob, D. Delvaux and M.A. Khan (208M)
  • Communications of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Series D, Geophysical Bulletin no.49 – Proceedings of the 1999 CCSS Workshop held in Dublin, Ireland – “Active and Passive Seismic Techniques Reviewed” by A.W.B. Jacob, C.J. Bean and S.T.F. Jacob (154M)