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" The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost. "
Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art, and National ... - Pāgina 524
1869
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Physiography for Advanced Students

Arthur Thomas Simmons - 1897 - 483 pāgines
...temperature. The warmth of our fields id gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the m would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost, he aqueous vapour constitutes a local dam, by which the temīrature of the earth's surface is deepened...
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Physiography for Advanced Students

Arthur Thomas Simmons - 1898 - 483 pāgines
...temperature. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapour constitutes a local dam, by which the temperature of the earth's surface is deepened : the dam,...
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A Class Book of Physical Geography

Arthur Thomas Simmons, Ernest Stenhouse - 1912 - 436 pāgines
...temperature. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost." the radiation of heat, and consequently there the difference between the highest temperature of the lunar...
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Chemistry of the Farm and Home

William Edward Tottingham, Joseph Waite Ince - 1916 - 430 pāgines
...would perish. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost." Relation of Water to the Soil. Water is one of the most important factors concerned in the formation...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., Volum 4

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1866
...temperature. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost. The aqueous vapour constitutes a local dam, by which the temperature at the earth's surface is deepened : the dam,...
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Historical Perspectives on Climate Change

James Rodger Fleming - 1998 - 208 pāgines
...temperature. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost.20 Meteorological and Climatological Implications minimum nighttime temperatures and the formation...
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The Discovery of Global Warming

Spencer R. Weart - 2004 - 228 pāgines
...than clothing is to man. Remove for a single summer-night the aqueous vapor from the air ... and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost."6 So if something dried out the atmosphere, that might cause an ice age. At present, the atmosphere's...
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Sun, Earth and Sky

Kenneth R. Lang - 2007 - 284 pāgines
...announced, then "the warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the Sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost." The Earth might become a frozen globe without the heat-trapping gases, and it could also become noticeably...
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The Hot Topic: What We Can Do About Global Warming

Gabrielle Walker, David King - 2008 - 288 pāgines
...poetically: "The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron grip of frost." Second, a little greenhouse gas goes a very long way. Watch out for people who say that greenhouse...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volum 77

Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.) - 1864
...temperature. The warmth of our fields and gardens would pour itself unrequited into space, and the sun would rise upon an island held fast in the iron...constitutes a local dam, by which the temperature at the earth's surface is deepened : the dam, however, finally overflows, and we give to space all...
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