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" It is," says Dr. Brandis (' Ocean Highways,' Oct. 1872, p. 204), " a widely spread notion, entertained by many writers who are competent to judge, that forests increase, the rainfall, and that the denudation of a country in a warm climate diminishes its... "
The Indian Forester - Page 500
1884
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The Journal of the Royal Geographic Society of London, 49. köide

Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - 1879
...to judge, that forests increase the rainfall, and that the denudation of a country in a warm climate diminishes its moisture. Much of what is known regarding the history and the present state of the countries round the Mediterranean eeems to support this theory, but it has not yet been...
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The Scottish Forestry Journal: Being the Transactions of the ..., 7–8. köide

1875
...to judge, that forests increase the rainfall, and that the denudation of a country in a warm climate diminishes its moisture. Much of what is known regarding the history and the present state of the countries round the Mediterranean seems to support this theory, but it has not yet been...
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The Journal of the Royal Geographic Society of London, 49. köide

Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - 1879
...judge, that forests increase, the rainfall, and that the denudation of a country in a warm climate diminishes its moisture. Much of what is known regarding the history and the present state of the countries round the Mediterranean seems to support this theory, but it has not yet been...
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Scientific Papers and Addresses, 2. köide

George Rolleston - 1884
...furtst* incrti** the rainfall, and that the denudation of a country in a warm climate diminish** '« moisture. Much of what is known regarding the history and the present state <•»' - * countries round the Mediterranean seems to support this theory, but it ha* out j«t...
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Transactions of the Royal Scottish Arboricultural Society, 7. köide

Royal Scottish Arboricultural Society - 1875
...to judge/that forests increase the rainfall, and that the denudation of a country in a warm climate diminishes its moisture. Much of what is known regarding the history and the present state of the countries round the Mediterranean seems to support this theory, but it has not yet been...
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Progress of Forestry in India

Sir Dietrich Brandis - 1884 - 35 lehte
...excessive drought. We must be satisfied with knowing that in the vicinity of dense forests the air d near the ground is generally moister during the dry...protecting the soil and regulating the surface and subsoil drainage, more definite data are available. As far as our knowledge goes at present we are...
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