Nature

Nature

They osien remain nearly dry of both sides was always the same , whether dry or woist ; that till the morning hours , and then reach a temperature below the wool on a raised board was commonly colder than on the grass dew - point .

Author: Sir Norman Lockyer

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ISBN: UIUC:30112025863603

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The Living Age

The Living Age

atmosphere ; and that , therefore , a body | the grass . before it got dewed was cooled by radiation to a temperature below the dew - point at the place . But there was one thing wanting , that which he spoke of at times very ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:HN46P7

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Living Age

Living Age

atmosphere ; and that , therefore , a body | the grass . These trays very closely repbefore it got dewed was cooled by radia- resent the natural conditions ; for if we tion to a temperature below the dew - point examine plants with ...

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ISBN: UVA:X030216377

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Dew on the Grass

Dew on the Grass

Author: Eiluned Lewis

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ISBN: OCLC:614333550

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Outlines of Physical Geography

Outlines of Physical Geography

Dew is formed by the gradual condensation of the vapors of the atmosphere . ... Hence , there must have been a much more copious deposition of dew on the grass than on the walk , —the herbs needing the nourishment , thus receiving it in ...

Author: George William Fitch

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ISBN: HARVARD:HW237D

Category: Physical geography

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The Scientific Roll and Magazine of Systematized Notes

The Scientific Roll and Magazine of Systematized Notes

One is , that wool placed on grass may , by a kind of capillary attraction , receive dew previously formed on the grass in addition to its own . To this I answer , that wool in a china saucer , placed on the grass , acquired very nearly ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:HXGNF2

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A Bibliography Guide and Index to Climate

A Bibliography  Guide  and Index to Climate

One is , that wool placed on grass may , by a kind of capillary attraction , receive dew previously formed on the grass in addition to its own . To this I answer , that wool in a chipa saucer , placed on the grass , acquired very nearly ...

Author: Alexander Ramsay

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ISBN: UOM:39015005764082

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A Universal Geography in Four Parts

A Universal Geography  in Four Parts

Dew . After sunset in summer , when the great diurnal heat has charged the air with moisture , and the earth is rapidly ... Hence there has been a much more copious deposition of dew on the grass than on the walk - the herbs needing the ...

Author: Thomas Milner

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ISBN: ONB:+Z178210200

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Hanbook on Student Teaching Classroom Manegement

Hanbook on Student Teaching Classroom Manegement

the grass asked . " A dew - drop . It's my present to you . Pin it on your breast , " said the wind . " What for ? ” asked the grass " So that I can easily find you among the other grasses . " " Why do you wish to do that ?

Author: Prescila Dionisio-Arabit

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ISBN: 9712312925

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The London encyclopaedia or Universal dictionary of science art literature and practical mechanics by the orig ed of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana T Curtis

The London encyclopaedia  or  Universal dictionary of science  art  literature  and practical mechanics  by the orig  ed  of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana  T  Curtis

This repulsion of dew is communicated by metals to bodies in contact with or near them . Wool laid on metal acquires less dew than wool laid on the contiguous grass . 1 2 warmth that is felt in winter , when a fleece.

Author: Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

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ISBN: OXFORD:600049918

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