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Q: What is the BMPR QCD46 Standardization of Recording & Max/Min Thermometers?
A: The BMPR QCD46 Standardization is a set of guidelines for recording and calibrating maximum and minimum thermometers.
Q: What is the purpose of the BMPR QCD46 Standardization?
A: The purpose of the BMPR QCD46 Standardization is to ensure accurate and consistent temperature measurements using maximum and minimum thermometers.
Q: Why is standardization important for recording and max/min thermometers?
A: Standardization is important to maintain accuracy and comparability of temperature measurements across different thermometers and locations.
Q: Who developed the BMPR QCD46 Standardization?
A: The BMPR QCD46 Standardization was likely developed by the Bureau of Meteorology and the Queensland Climate Observing Station.
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