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" ... course, and return as much to the radiating body as it emits. The intervention of more substantial obstacles will, of course, equally prevent the result, and the balance of temperature will not be disturbed in any substance which is not placed in... "
The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement - Pagina 289
1828
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The Technical repository, by T. Gill, Volume 9

Thomas Gill (patent-agent) - 1826
...and another upon a gravel walk, or the bare soil, we shall find the temperature of the former.many degrees below that of the latter. The fibrous texture,...situations than in those which are wholly exposed. There are many independent circumstances which modify the effect of this action, such as the state...
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Meteorological Essays and Observations, Volume 2

John Frederic Daniell - 1827 - 643 pagine
...degrees warmer than surrounding unsheltered parts, and it is well known to gardeners that less clew and frost are to be found in such situations than in those which are wholly exposed. There are many independent circumstances which modify the effects of this action, such as the state...
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The Theory of Horticulture; Or, An Attempt to Explain the Principal ...

John Lindley - 1840 - 387 pagine
...texture of the grass is favourable to the emission of the heat, but the dense surface of the gravel seems to retain and fix it. But this unequal effect will...situations, than in those which are wholly exposed." (Hort. Trans., vi. 8.) These laws plainly direct us to the means we are to employ to moderate atmospherical...
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Elements of Meteorology: Being the 3d Ed. Rev. and Enl. of ..., Volume 2

John Frederic Daniell - 1845
...under the protection of a tree or hedge, will generally be found, on a clear night, to be 8 or 10 warmer than surrounding unsheltered parts, and it...situations than in those which are wholly exposed. There are many independent circumstances which modify the effects of this action, such as the state...
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The Horticulturist: Or, An Attempt to Teach the Science and Practice of the ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1849 - 732 pagine
...disturbed in any substance which is not placed in the clear aspect of the sky. A portion of a grass plat under the protection of a tree or hedge will generally...situations than in those which are wholly exposed. There are many indejx-ndent circumstances which modify the effects of this action, such as the state...
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The Theory and Practice of Horticulture: Or, An Attempt to Explain the Chief ...

John Lindley - 1855 - 606 pagine
...texture of the grass is favourable to the emission of the heat, but the dense surface of the gravel seems to retain and fix it. But this unequal effect will...situations, than in those which are wholly exposed." (Hort. Trans., vi. 8). This very important subject has received further explanation from a writer,...
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The Theory and Practice of Horticulture: Or, An Attempt to Explain the Chief ...

John Lindley - 1855 - 606 pagine
...balance of temperature will not be disturbed in any substance which is not placed SOLAR RADIATION. 195 in the clear aspect of the sky. A portion of a grass-plat...situations, than in those which are wholly exposed." (Hort. Trans., vi. 8). This very important subject has received further explanation from a writer,...
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Philosophical Magazine

1828
...effects directly ensues. — " A portion of grass-plat," says Mr. Daniell in his Meteorological Essays, " under the protection of a tree or hedge will generally...be found in such situations than in those which are freely exposed." — Dr. Macculloch in noticing the comparative healthiness of ancient and modern Rome,...
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