Barographs record the atmospheric pressure over the course of time.
A traditional barograph, such as this one, contains an aneroid barometer
and uses a pen to produce a paper chart, called a barogram. The
cylindrical drum, on which the paper chart is mounted, revolves once each
day, week, or month. Today, modern electronic weather instruments
have largely replaced mechanical barographs in meteorological applications.
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