Gas Attack on the Somme - Aerial photograph of a gas attack on the Somme battlefield using metal canisters of liquid gas. When the canisters were opened in a stiff, favourable wind, the liquid cooled into a gas and blew outwards and over the enemy lines. Strong concentrations of gas could overwhelm respirators, but a change in wind direction could also reverse the cloud, which then gassed one's own troops. CWM 19700140-077
the sub-polar Nordkyn region’s flexible brand identity by Oslo’s Neue Design Studio calculates each logo iteration on the basis of current meteorological data consisting of temperature, wind direction and wind speeds in the Nordkyn area
1 site wind analysis An example of wind-rose diagram, with the change of colour intensity, the micro-scale of wind movement around the buildings are recorded. It registers the wind velocity and wind direction in different months, also humidity.