an aneroid barometer equipped with an automatic recording mechanism.
- Also called an·er·oid·o·graph [an-uh-roi-duh-graf, -grahf]. /ˌæn əˈrɔɪ dəˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf/.
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Because of its superior accuracy to the aneroid barograph, Marvin's barometer was in use through the 1940's.The Introduction of Self-Registering Meteorological Instruments | Robert P. Multhauf