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" Taking only this difference in surface temperature as an index of the heat accumulated there, a simple calculation will show that the quantity of specific heat daily carried off by the Gulf Stream from those regions, and discharged over the Atlantic,... "
The American Meteorological Journal - Page 152
1885
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

Theology - 1858
...simple calculation will show that the quantity of specific heat daily carried off by the Gulf Stream is sufficient to raise mountains of iron from zero...waters daily discharged from the Mississippi River. Who, therefore, can calculate the benign influence of this wonderful current upon the climate of the...
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volume 10

1844
...the Atlantic, и sufficient to raise mountains of iron from zero to the melting point, and to keep up from them a molten stream of metal greater in volume...waters daily discharged from the Mississippi river. Who, therefore, can calculate the benign influences of this wonderful current upon the climate of the...
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The Southern literary messenger

1844
...Atlantic, и sufficient to raise mountains of iron from ZT* to the melting point, and to keep up from tina a molten stream of metal greater in volume than the...waters daily discharged from the Mississippi river. Who, therefore, can calculate ike benign influences of this wonderful current upon the climate of the...
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The physical geography of the sea

Matthew Fontaine Maury - 1855
...specific heat daily carried off by the Gulf Stream from those regions, and discharged over the Atlantic, is sufficient to raise mountains of iron from zero...waters daily discharged from the Mississippi River. Who, therefore, can calculate the benign influence of this wonderful current upon the climate of the...
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The Ladies' Repository, Volume 15

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1855
...raise mountains of iron from zero to the melting point, and to keep in flow from them a molten stream greater in volume than the waters daily discharged from the Mississippi river. Who therefore can calculate the benign influence of the wonderful current THE SEA. upon the climate...
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Christian Examiner, Volume 26; Volume 61

Theology - 1856
...specific heat daily carried off by the Gulf Stream from those regions, and discharged over the Atlantic, is sufficient to raise mountains of iron from zero...waters daily discharged from the Mississippi River. Who, therefore, can calculate the benign influence of this wonderful current upon the climate of the...
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The Church of England quarterly review

1856
...specific heat daily carried off by the Gulf Stream from those regions, and discharged over the Atlantic, is sufficient to raise mountains of iron from zero...waters daily discharged from the Mississippi river. Who, therefore, can calculate the benign influence of this wonderful current upon the climate of the...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 10; Volume 18; Volume 40

Methodist Church - 1858
...simple calculation will show that the quantity of specific heat daily carried off by the Gulf Stream is sufficient to raise mountains of iron from zero...waters daily discharged from the Mississippi River. Who, therefore, can calculate the benign influence of this wonderful current upon the climate of the...
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A Treatise on Theism, and on the Modern Skeptical Theories

Francis Wharton - Skepticism - 1859 - 395 pages
...discharged over the Atlantic, is sufficient to raise mountains of iron from zero to the melting-point, and to keep in flow from them a molten stream of metal...waters daily discharged from the Mississippi River." From the Caribbean Sea the cooler water is supplied. It enters this vast basin through the southern...
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The Physical Geography of the Sea

Matthew Fontaine Maury - Marine meteorology - 1859 - 389 pages
...discharged over the Atlantic, is sufficient to raise mountains of iron from zero to the melting-point, and to keep in flow from them a molten stream of metal...than the waters daily discharged from the Mississippi Eiver. Who, therefore, can calculate the benign influence of this woiftlerful current upon the climate...
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