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" ... in the annulus, and increase the velocity of the wind at the surface of the earth, towards the centre of the ascending column, while all round on the outside of the annulus there will be a gentle wind outwards. Any general currents of air, which may... "
The American Meteorological Journal - Page 32
1885
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The Philosophy of Storms

James Pollard Espy - Storms - 1841 - 552 pages
...increases, and cease altogether in the evening, when the surface of the earth becomes cold by radiation. The commencement of up-moving columns in the morning,...has in contact with the asperities of the earth's surface.1 The rapid disturbance of equilibrium, which is produced by one ascending column, will tend...
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Gawthrop's journal of literature, science, and arts

...stand above the mean ; of course the air will descend in annulus, and increase the velocity of the wind at the surface of the earth, towards the centre of the ascending column, while all round on the outside of the annulus there will be a gentle wind outwards. Any general...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Issue 10

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1841
...above the mean ; of course the air will descend in the annulus, and increase the velocity of the wind at the surface of the earth, towards the centre of the ascending column, while all round on the outside of the annulus there will be a gentle wind outwards. Any general...
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The philosophy of storms

James Pollard Espy - 1841
...air will sink downwards from its greater weight in the annulus, and increase the velocity of the wind at the surface of the earth, towards the centre of the ascending column, while all round on the outside of the annulus there will be a gentle wind outwards. Any general...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1841
...above the mean ; of course the air will descend in the annulus, and increase the velocity of the wind at the surface of the earth, towards the centre of the ascending column, while all round on the outside of the annulus there will be a gentle wind outwards. Any general...
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Maryland Medical and Surgical Journal: And Official Organ of the ..., Volume 2

Medical - 1842
...in the barometer must, from its greater weight, sink downwards and increase the velocity of the wind at the surface of the earth, towards the centre of the ascending column. The up-moving current of air is, consequently, supplied by the air within the annulus, and...
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Bulletin, Issue 11

United States. Weather Bureau - Nature - 1894
...wind is produced partly by the rush of air on all sides at the surface of the earth toward the center of the ascending columns, producing fitful breezes, and partly by the depression of the air all around the ascending columns, bringing down with it the motion which it has above, which...
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Bulletin, Issue 11

Meteorology - 1894
...wind is produced partly by the rush of air on all sides at the surface of the earth toward the center of the ascending columns, producing fitful breezes, and partly by the depression of the air all around the ascending columns, bringing down with it the motion which it has above, which...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1840
...above the mean ; of course the air will descend in the annulus, and increase the velocity of the wind at the surface of the earth towards the centre of the ascending column, while all round on the outside of the annulus there will be a gentle wind outwards. Any general...
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