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" ... which are copiously evolved for days, sometimes for weeks, in succession from craters during an eruption. But we shall perhaps be asked whether, when we contrast the work done by the two agents in question, there is not a marked failure of analogy... "
Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science - Page 141
1864
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The Sanitary Review, Volume 1

1864 - 126 pages
...time. It is also in the same districts that the waters occasionally attain the boiling-temperature, while some of the associated stufas emit steam considerably...respect — namely, a want, in the case of the hot sprinir, of power to raise from great deptbs in the earth voluminous masses of solid matter corresponding...
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The Mining and Smelting Magazine, Volume 6

1864 - 412 pages
...action. Pursuing this comparison between the hot spring and the volcano, Sir Charles considers that — "we may regard the water of the spring as representing...to raise from great depths in the earth voluminous masses of solid matter corresponding to the heaps of scoriae and streams of lava which the volcano...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volume 1

1864 - 504 pages
...the volcano, we may regard the water of the spring as representing those vast clouds of aqueous vapor which are copiously evolved for days, sometimes for...one respect — namely a want. in the case of the hot-spring, of power to raise from grout depths in the earth voluminous masses of solid matter corresponding...
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Geological Magazine, Volume 1

Henry Woodward - 1864 - 370 pages
...times.' Thus connected with volcanic phenomena, the issue of thermal waters is comparable with 'the vast clouds of aqueous vapour which are copiously...weeks, in succession, from craters during an eruption.' Their power, too, of raising solid matter, and of transferring gases from the interior to the surface,...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volume 1

1864 - 526 pages
...the volcano, we may regard the water of the spring us representing those vast clouds of aqueous vapor which are copiously evolved for days, sometimes for weeks, in succession from cniters during an eruption. But we shall perhaps be asked whether, when we contrast the work done by...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1865 - 816 pages
...the thermal waters decreasing in frequency and in their average heat, while at the same time they arc most conspicuous in those territories where, as in...to raise from great depths in the earth voluminous masses of solid matter corresponding to the heaps of scoriœ and streams of lava which the volcano...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865 - 400 pages
...the volcano, we may regard the water of the spring as representing those vast clouds of aqueous vapor which are copiously evolved for days, sometimes for...to raise from great depths in the earth voluminous masses of solid matter corresponding to the heaps of scoriae and streams of lava which the volcano...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1865 - 388 pages
...the volcano, we may regard the water of the spring as representing those vast clouds of aqueous vapor which are copiously evolved for days, sometimes for...to raise from great depths in the earth voluminous masses of solid matter corresponding to the heaps of scoriae and streams of lava 'which the volcano...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865 - 372 pages
...the volcano, we may regard the water of the spring as representing those vast clouds of aqueous vapor which are copiously evolved for days, sometimes for...marked failure of analogy in one respect, — namely, a Avant, in the case of the hot spring, of power to raise from great depths in the earth voluminous masses...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865 - 372 pages
...the volcano, we may regard the water of the spring as representing those vast clouds of aqueous vapor which are copiously evolved for days, sometimes for...to raise from great depths in the earth voluminous masses of solid matter corresponding to the heaps of scoria; and streams of lava which the volcano...
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