Figure 4. Aime’ recording thermometer devised by the Frenchman George Aime’ at the College of Algeria in 1845. This thermometer was an improvement over the Six’s maximum and minimum thermometers and was designed for deployment in the deepest depths of the Mediterranean. He added two reservoirs for the mercury on the bottom to facilitate the mercury staying over the index.
Photo Category: Oceanography - Historical instruments
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