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" ... in agricultural Britain. This temperature is little affected by summer heats for the following short reasons. Water, in a quiescent state, is one of the worst conductors of heat with which we are acquainted. Water warmed at the surface transmits little... "
Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture - Página 159
por Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1861
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The Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England

john murray - 1845
...on. Secondly ; excess of humidity obstructs the absorption of heat by the solid matter of the soil. Water in a quiescent state is one of the worst conductors of heat with which we are acquainted. If it be warmed on the surface—and it derives, when mixed with soil, nearly all its heat from the...
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Essays on the Philosophy and Art of Land-drainage

Josiah Parkes - 1848 - 82 páginas
...on. Secondly; excess of humidity obstructs the absorption of heat by the solid matter of the soil. Water, in a quiescent state, is one of the worst conductors of heat with which we are acquainted. If it be warmed on the surface—and it derives, when mixed with soil, nearly all its heat from the...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1850
...below the surface of the water-table is, at no period of the year, higher than from 46° to 483, ie, in agricultural Britain. This temperature is little...with which we are acquainted. Water warmed at the suface transmits little or no heat downwards. The small portion warmed expands, becomes lighter than...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen86

1850
...below the surface of the water-table is, at no period of the year, higher than from 46° to 48D, te, in agricultural Britain. This temperature is little...with which we are acquainted. Water warmed at the suface transmits little or no heat downwards. The small portion warmed expands, becomes lighter than...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen86

1850
...from 46° to 48', ie, in agricultural Britain. This temperature is little affected by summer heals for the following short reasons. Water, in a quiescent...with which we are acquainted. Water warmed at the suface transmits little or no heat downwards. The small portion warmed expands, becomes lighter than...
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Essays on Agriculture

Thomas Gisborne - 1854 - 255 páginas
...below the surface of the water-table is, at no period of the year, higher than from 46° to 48°, te in agricultural Britain. This temperature is little...warmed at the surface transmits little or no heat downwards. The -in. ill portion warmed expands, becomes lighter than that below, consequently retains...
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Wells's Natural Philosophy: For the Use of Schools, Academies, and Private ...

David Ames Wells - 1858 - 452 páginas
...conbodies'wadlici dition are more imperfect conductors of beat heat? than liquids. Common air, especially, is one of the worst conductors of heat with which we are acquainted. sow is air 497. Air is, however, readily heated by con heated? vection. Thus, when a portion of air...
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Wells's Natural Philosophy: For the Use of Schools, Academies, and Private ...

David Ames Wells - 1857 - 452 páginas
...gaseous, or aeriform condition are more imperfect conductors of heat than liquids. Common air, especially, is one of the worst conductors of heat with which we are acquainted, now ia «ir 497. Air is, however, readily heated by CODheated? vection. Thus, when a portion of air...
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Country Life: A Handbook of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Landscape Gardening

Robert Morris Copeland - 1859 - 813 páginas
...the surface of the water-table is at no period of the year higher than from 46° to 48°, that is, in agricultural Britain. This temperature is little...warmed at the surface transmits little or no heat downwards. The small portion warmed expands, becomes lighter than that below, consequently retains...
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Report of [E. Holmes] the Secretary and Transactions of the County ...

Maine State Agricultural Society - 1853
...below the surface of the watertable is, at no period of the year, higher than from 46 ° to 48 s , ie, in agricultural Britain. This temperature is little...warmed at the surface transmits little or no heat downwards. The small portion warmed expands, becomes lighter than that below, consequently retains...
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