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  1. Vorlesungen Über Hydrodynamische Fernkräfte Nach C. A. Bjerknes' Theorie, Volume 1 (German Edition) by Vilhelm Bjerknes, Carl Anton Bjerknes, 2010-03-21
  2. Vorlesungen Über Hydrodynamische Fernkräfte Nach C. A. Bjerknes' Theorie, Volume 2 (German Edition) by Vilhelm Bjerknes, Carl Anton Bjerknes, 2010-01-11
  3. Niels Henrik Abel. En skildring af hans liv og videnskabelige virksomhed ... FoÌ?lgeskrift til â?Nordisk tidskrift foÌ?r vetenskap, konst och industri, etc.â. by Carl Anton. Bjerknes, 2010-04-27
  4. Niels-henrik Abel: Tableau De Sa Vie Et De Son Action Scientifique (French Edition)
  5. Hydrodynamische Fernkräfte: fünf Abhandlungen über die Bewegung kugelförmiger Körper in einer inkompressiblen Flüssigkeit (1863-1880) (German Edition) by Carl Anton Bjerknes, 1915-01-01
  6. Niels Henrik Abel. En skildring af hans liv og videnskabelige virksomhed (Swedish Edition) by Carl Anton Bjerknes, 2002-06-18
  7. Niels Henrik Abel. En skildring af hans liv og videnskabelige virksomhed by Carl Anton Bjerknes, 2010
  8. Niels Henrik Abel. En skildring af hans liv og videnskabelige virksomhed by Carl Anton Bjerknes, 1880-01-01
  9. The Bergen School of Dynamic Meteorology and Its Dissemination: An entry from Gale's <i>Science and Its Times</i> by William J. McPeak, 2000

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6. Ancestors Of Carl Anton BJERKNES
Carl Anton BJERKNES 1. Born 24 Oct 1825, Christiania, Norway. Married 30 Jun 1859, Selje, Norway 1 2. Died 20 Mar 1903, Kristiania, Norway

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Born in Christiania, Bjerknes enjoyed an early exposure to fluid dynamics, assisting his father, Carl Anton Bjerknes, in his mathematical

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Carl Anton Bjerknes
Born: 24 Oct 1825 in Christiania (now Oslo), Norway
Died: 20 March 1903 in Kristiania (now Oslo), Norway
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Carl Bjerknes In 1844 Bjerknes entered the University of Christiania (now Oslo), where he studied mining. He was awarded a degree in mining engineering in 1848 and for the next four years he worked at the Kongsberg silver mines. Silver was mined at Kongsberg, in southeastern Norway, from the early 17 th century until the mid-20 th century. The oldest school of mines in the world, founded 1757, was in the town and Bjerknes worked there from 1848 until 1852. ... foreign scientific travels were indispensable for anyone in our restricted situation who wishes to develop into a man of science. Dirichlet
In 1859, after returning from his foreign travels, Bjerknes had married Aletta Koren whose father was a minister in the Church in West Norway. Their son Vilhelm Bjerknes was born in 1862 and he played an important role in his father's work both as an assistant to his father when he was young, then later writing up his father's hydrodynamical work for publication. They had two other sons, Carl who became a sailor and died in a tropical cyclone, and Ernst who became an engineer. Perhaps it is worth mentioning just how talented a family Carl and Aletta Bjerknes had. In particular one of their grandsons Jacob Bjerknes

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    Papers, 18571903. by bjerknes, carl Anton, 1825-1903. Correspondents includeVilhelm bjerknes, 1877-1903; NO Hesselberg, 1902; M. Kierulf, 1880;
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    Item Information Holdings More by this author Bjerknes, Carl Anton, 1825-1903. Subjects Bjerknes, V. (Vilhelm), 1862- Planck, Max, 1858-1947. Hydrodynamics Research. Mathematics. Physics. Browse Catalog by author: Bjerknes, Carl Anton, 1825-1903. by title: Papers, 1857-1903.... MARC Display Papers, 1857-1903. by Bjerknes, Carl Anton, 1825-1903. Owning Repository: Universitetsbiblioteket i Oslo. Drammensveien 42, 0243 Oslo, Country of Repository: Norway Biography/History: Professor in Oslo, Norway. Scope of Material: Correspondence, 1857-1903. Posthumous manuscripts, in bindings, nos. 1-364. Lecture notes, etc. in 9 cardboard files. Biographical and scientific description of hydrodynamic research by Vilhelm and C. A. Bjerknes. Material and drafts of [Niels Henrik] Abel biography. Subjects covered: mathematics and physics. Correspondents include: Vilhelm Bjerknes, 1877-1903; N. O. Hesselberg, 1902; M. Kierulf, 1880; W. F. og Aletta Koren, 1857-1877; Max Planck, 1899; Hanna Smith, 1883-1884; Ludvig Sylow, 1867-1882. Notes: In Norwegian.

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    20. EO Library: Vilhelm Bjerknes
    As a young boy, bjerknes assisted his father, carl bjerknes (a professor ofmathematics at the University of Christiania), in carrying out experiments to
    Vilhelm Bjerknes is considered by many to be one of the founders of modern meteorology and weather forecasting. Born on March 14, 1862, in the Norwegian town of Christiania, Bjerknes was destined for a career in science. As a young boy, Bjerknes assisted his father, Carl Bjerknes (a professor of mathematics at the University of Christiania), in carrying out experiments to verify the theoretical predictions that resulted from his father's hydrodynamic research. He continued this collaboration during his undergraduate studies at the University of Kristiania in 1880 (the city was renamed Kristiania in 1877). After studying mathematics and physics, Bjerknes received his Master's Degree from Kristiania in 1888. During this time, he decided to cut all collaborative ties with his father, as he showed an increasing tendency toward professional isolation and a fear of publishing the results of his research. Young Vilhelm believed that continuing work with his father would be detrimental to his career, a tough decision for a son who was devoted to his father. Soon after graduation, Bjerknes was awarded a state scholarship that enabled him to continue his studies abroad. Arriving in Paris in 1889, he attended lectures on electrodynamics given by Jules Henri Poincare. Then, in 1890, he moved to Bonn, Germany, and became an assistant to, and eventually a scientific collaborator with, the German physicist Heinrich Hertz. Together, Hertz and Bjerknes conducted a comprehensive study of electrical resonance (an effect in which the resistance to the flow of an electrical current becomes very small over a narrow frequency range) that was influential in the development of radio. In 1892, Bjerknes returned to Norway and completed his doctoral thesis on the work that he did in Bonn.

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