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" Another phase of rainfall distribution of great importance is its variation within a period of a few weeks. Frequently periods of drought and periods of unusually heavy rainfall occur, continuing for one to four weeks and occasionally longer. Observations... "
Soil survey of Waushara County, Wisconsin - Page 57
by Andrew R. Whitson, Warren Jacob Geib, Guy Woolard Conrey, Arthur Henry Kuhlman, James W. Nelson, United States. Bureau of Soils - 1913 - 63 pages
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Bulletin

Geology - 1913
...continuing for one to four weeks, and occasionally longer. Observations taken at Madison over a period of aO years, from 1882 to 1911, inclusive, show that there are, on the average, three ten-day periods during which each growing season when the amount of rainfall is so slight that crops...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1913
...continuing for one to four weeks, and occasionally longer. Observations taken at Madison over a period of oO years, from 1882 to 1911, inclusive, show that there are, on the average, three ten-day periods during which each growing season when the amount of rainfall is so slight that crops...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1913
...continuing for one to four weeks, and occasionally longer. Observations taken at Madison over a period of oO years, from 1882 to 1911, inclusive, show that there are, on the average, three ten-day periods during which each growing season when the amount of rainfall is so slight that crops...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1914 - 85 pages
...occur, continuing for from one to four weeks, and occasionally longer. Observations taken at Madison over a period of 30 years, from 1882 to 1911, inclusive, show that there are, on the average, three ten-day periods during each growing season when the amount of rainfall is so slight that crops on a...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1914 - 85 pages
...periods of drooght and periods of unusually heavy rainfall occur, continuing for one to four weeks and occasionally longer. Observations taken at Madison...the Weather Bureau over a period of 30 years from 1SS2 to 1911. inclusive, show that there are on the average three ten day periods during each growing...
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Bulletin, Issue 48

Geology - 1916
...unusually heavy rainfall occur, continuing for one to four weeks and occasionally longer. Obesrvations taken at Madison by the Weather Bureau over a period...(Miami silt loam) actually suffer from the lack of mositure. In Jefferson County the conditions are practically the same. The following table gives the...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1916 - 87 pages
...unusually heavy rainfall occur, continuing for one to four weeks and occasionally longer. Obesrvations taken at Madison by the Weather Bureau over a period...(Miami silt loam) actually suffer from the lack of mositure. In Jefferson County the conditions are practically the same. The following table gives the...
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Bulletin, Issue 49

Geology - 1916
...periods of drought and periods of unusually heavy rainfall occur, continuing for one to four weeks and occasionally longer. Observations taken at Madison...inclusive, show that there are on the average three ten-day periods during each growing season when the amount of rainfall is so slight that crops on a...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1917
...weeks, and occasionally longer. Observations taken at Madison over a period of 30 years, from 1882-1911, inclusive, show that there are, on the average, three...silt loam) actually suffer from the lack of moisture. Buffalo County lies partly within the Mississippi Valley and partly within the Southern Highlands,...
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Soil Survey of Buffalo County, Wisconsin, Issue 54

Warren Jacob Geib, Theodore J. Dunnewald, O. J. Noer, Clarence Lounsbury, L. Cantrell - Soil surveys - 1917 - 76 pages
...Observations taken at Madison over a period of 30 years, from 1882-1911, inclusive, show that there arc, on the average, three ten day periods during each...silt loam) actually suffer from the lack of moisture. Buffalo County lies partly within the Mississippi Valley and partly within the Southern Highlands,...
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