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" ... We had better deal with the action of the sun on the upper strata of the atmosphere, and treat this as the principal cause. The actinometrical observations show us that these upper strata absorb a considerable amount of heat. This diurnal heating... "
Maryland Weather Service - Page 43
by Maryland. Weather Service - 1907
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 25

Meteorolgy - 1899
...considerable amount of heat. This diurnal heating action of the sun on the upper strata would harmonise far better with the general uniformity of the daily...but these seem to be more of a secondary character. Inasmuch as the periodical action of the sun's rays on the upper strata of the atmosphere, recurring...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 25

Meteorolgy - 1899
...considerable amount of heat. This diurnal heating action of the sun on the upper strata would harmonise far better with the general uniformity of the daily...but these seem to be more of a secondary character. Inasmuch as the periodical action of the sun's rays on the upper strata of the atmosphere, recurring...
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South African journal of science, Volumes 3-4

South African Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1907
...considerable amount of heat. This diurnal heating action of the sun on the upper strata would harmonise far better with the general uniformity of the daily...but these seem to be more of a secondary character. " Inasmuch as the periodical action of the sun's rays on the upper strata of the atmosphere, recurring...
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South African Journal of Science: Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir ..., Volumes 3-4

Science - 1907
...considerable amount of heat. This diurnal heating action of the sun on the upper strata would harmonise far better with the general uniformity of the daily...but these seem to be more of a secondary character. " Inasmuch as the periodical action of the sun's rays on the upper strata of the atmosphere, recurring...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volumes 24-25

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain), James Glaisher - Meteorology - 1898
...considerable amount of heat. This diurnal heating action of the sun on the upper strata would harmonise far better with the general uniformity of the daily...well as with its general independence of weather. AVe need not quite exclude local influences, but these seem to be more of a secondary character. Inasmuch...
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