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" ... other. The obvious remedy is to destroy their united action ; to break through their line of communication. Remove your water of attraction to such a depth that evaporation cannot act upon it, or but feebly. What is that depth ? In ascertaining this... "
Draining for profit, and draining for health - Página 67
por George Edwin Waring - 1911 - 252 páginas
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen86

George Walter Prothero - 1850
...feebly. What is that depth ? In ascertaining this point we are not altogether without data. No doubt depth diminishes the power of evaporation rapidly....two or three degrees colder than water taken from 4 feet, and as this latter is generally one or two degrees colder than water from a contiguous well...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen86

George Walter Prothero - 1850
...feebly. What is that depth ? In ascertaining this point we are not altogether without data. No doubt depth diminishes the power of evaporation rapidly....two or three degrees colder than water taken from 4 feet, and as this latter is generally one or two degrees colder than water from a contiguous well...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen86

1850
...feebly. What is that depth ? In ascertaining this point we are not altogether without data. No doubt depth diminishes the power of evaporation rapidly....invariably two or three degrees colder than water taken Irom 4 feet, and as this latter is generally one or two degrees colder than water from a contiguous...
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Essays on Agriculture

Thomas Gisborne - 1854 - 255 páginas
...feebly. What is that depth? In ascertaining this point we are not altogether without data. No doubt depth diminishes the power of evaporation rapidly. Still, as water taken from a 30 inch drain is almost invariably two or three degrees colder than water taken from 4 feet, and as...
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Report of [E. Holmes] the Secretary and Transactions of the County ...

Maine State Agricultural Society - 1853
...feebly. What is that depth ? In ascertaining this point we are not altogether without data. No doubt depth diminishes the power of evaporation rapidly. Still, as water taken from a thirty-inch is almost invariably two or three degrees colder than water taken from a four feet drain,...
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Annual Report, Tema 15

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1861
...feebly. What is that depth ? In ascertaining this point we are not altogether without data. No doubt depth diminishes the power of evaporation rapidly. Still, as water taken from a thirty inch drain is almost invariably two or three degrees colder than water taken from four feet,...
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Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volumen15,Parte1860

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1861
...feebly. What is that depth ? In ascertaining this point we are not altogether without data. No doubt depth diminishes the power of evaporation rapidly. Still, as water taken from a thirty inch drain is almost invariably two or three degrees colder than water taken from four feet,...
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The Principles and Practice of Land Drainage

John Hancock Klippart - 1861 - 454 páginas
...feebly. What is that depth ? In ascertaining this point we are not altogether without data. No doubt depth diminishes the power of evaporation rapidly. Still, as water taken from a 30 inch drain is almost invariably two or three degrees colder than water taken from 4 feet, and as...
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Draining for Profit, and Draining for Health

George Edwin Waring - 1867 - 238 páginas
...feebly. What is that depth ? In ascertaining this " point we are not altogether without data. No doubt " depth diminishes the power of evaporation rapidly...." colder than water from a contiguous well several feei " below, we can hardly avoid drawing the conclusion that " the cold of evaporation has considerable...
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The Principles and Practice of Land Drainage: Embracing a Brief History of ...

John Hancock Klippart - 1867 - 454 páginas
...d;:ta. No doubt depth diminishes the power of evaporation rapidly. Ktill, as water taken from a 30 inch drain is almost invariably two or three degrees colder than water taken from 4 feet, and as this latter is generally one or two degrees colder than water from a contiguous well...
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