The Garden Guide

Book: Gardening Science - Soils, Manure and the Environment
Chapter: Chapter 4: Weather and Climate

Other descriptions of winds

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1406. Other descriptions of winds may arise from a variety of causes. The atmosphere has been ascertained to be composed of air, vapour, and carbonic acid and water; and as it is well known that these frequently change their aerial form, and combine with different substances, and the reverse, consequently partial winds and accumulations must continually occur, which occasion winds of different degrees of violence, continuance, and direction.