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" The vast influence which the ocean must exert, as a moderator of climate, here suggests itself. The heat of summer is stored up in the ocean, and slowly given out during the winter. This is one cause of the absence of extremes in an island climate. "
The Forces of Nature: A Popular Introduction to the Study of Physical Phenomena - Page 488
by Amédée Guillemin - 1873 - 679 pages
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Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion: Being a Course of Twelve Lectures ...

John Tyndall - Heat - 1863 - 468 pages
...cubic foot of water in losing 1° of temperature would raise 770 X 4 = 3080 cubic feet of air 1°. The vast influence which the ocean must exert as a...moderator of climate here suggests itself. The heat of THE OCEAN A MODERATOR OF CLIMATE. 161 summer is stored up in the ocean, and slowly given out during...
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Heat considered as a mode of motion: 12 lects

John Tyndall - Heat - 1863 - 480 pages
...raise 770 x 4= 3080 cubic feet of air 1°. The vast influence which the ocean must exert as a moderatof of climate here suggests itself. The heat of summer is stored up in the ocean, and slowly given out THE OCEAN A MODERATOR OF CLIMATE. 147 during the winter. Hence one cause of the absence of extremes...
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Heat considered as a mode of motion: being a course of twelve lectures ...

John Tyndall - Heat - 1865 - 480 pages
...exert as a moderator of climate here suggests itself. The heat of THE OCEAN A MODKRATOE OF CLIMATE. 161 summer is stored up in the ocean, and slowly given...during the winter. Hence one cause of the absence of o extremes in an island climate. The summers of the island can never attain the fervid heat of the...
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Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion

John Tyndall - Heat - 1869 - 541 pages
...water, in losing one degree of temperature, would raise 770 x4-2= 3,234 cubic feet of air, one degree. The vast influence which the ocean must exert, as a moderator of climate, here suggests itselC The heat of THE OCEAN A MODERATOR OF CLIMATE. 165 rammer is stored up in the ocean, and slowly...
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The Aerial World: A Popular Account of the Phenomena and Life of the Atmosphere

Georg Hartwig - Aeronautics - 1875 - 556 pages
...losing 1° of temperature, would raise 770 x 4 = 3,080 cubic feet of air 1°. The heat of summer is thus stored up in the ocean, and slowly given out during the winter. Wherever tropical ocean currents flow from lower to higher latitudes, they show the genial influence...
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The elements of physiography

John J. Prince - 1877
...air, 1°. We see from this the great influence which the ocean must exert on the climate of a country. The heat of summer is stored up in the ocean and slowly...of the absence of extremes in an island climate.* GEOLOGY. KELATING TO THE EARTH'S CRUST. 46. The CrUSt Of the Earth.— By the crust of the earth we...
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Acoustics, Light, and Heat

William Lees - Heat - 1877 - 299 pages
...C. We see from this, " the great influence which the ocean must exert on the climate of a country. The heat of summer is stored up in the ocean, and...of the absence of extremes in an island climate."* 236. Experimental Illustration.— The difference which subsists between bodies, in regard to their...
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Elementary Physics

Elroy McKendree Avery - Physics - 1878 - 317 pages
...sea-coast is warmer in winter and cooler in summer than that of inland places of the same latitude. The heat of summer is stored up in the ocean and slowly given out during the winter. This fact also explains a phenomenon familiar to those living on the borders of the ocean or great...
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Hand-book to diagrams in light and heat. 4 sheets. [With] Johnston's ...

William Lees - 1881
...1° C. We see from this ' the great influence which the ocean must exert on the climate of a country. The heat of summer is stored up in the ocean, and...of the absence of extremes in an island climate.'* 6. " Experimental Illustration. — -The difference which subsists between bodies, in regard to their...
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Sound, light, and heat ...

Mark Robinson Wright - Science - 1887 - 271 pages
...water in losing one degree of temperature would raise 770 x4-2 = 3234 cubic feet of air one degree. ' The vast influence which the ocean must exert as a...the ocean, and slowly given out during the winter. This is one cause of the absence of extremes in an island climate.'' Railway foot-warmers are filled...
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