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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «GROUND FROST» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «ground frost» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «ground frost» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about ground frost
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GROUND FROST»
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The Climate Near the Ground
Duration of ground frost and minimum temperature at two depths. Figure 21-10
shows the duration and depth of ground freezing in four different types of soil at
the agrometeorological experiment station at Giessen, for the cold winter of ...
Rudolf Geiger, Robert H. Aron, Paul Todhunter, 2003
Highway Winter Maintenance: A Practical Guide
Where these temperatures occur describes the type of frost (air frost, ground frost,
road frost, etc.)- The rather loose term of 'frost' is rarely used in road weather
forecasts without qualifying it. Note that the word frost does not supply deposition
The Institution of Civil Engineers, 2000
Academic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology
Also, soil blister, soffosion KNOB. frost-pattern soil see patterned ground. frost
point Meteorology, the highest temperature at which moisture in the atmosphere
will sublimate to form hoarfrost on a cooled polished surface. frost ring Botany, ...
Christopher G. Morris, 1992
The Design and Construction of Residential Slabs-on-ground: ...
This research has included a theoretical study of temperature relations in
foundations with floor systems placed directly on the ground in order to determine
foundation depth requirements with respect to ground frost. Subjects covered
National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Residential Slabs-on-Ground, 1979
International Conference on Snow Hydrology the Integration ...
James B. Shanley1 and Ann Chalmers1 Ground frost has been monitored at the
Sleepers River Research Watershed in northeastern Vermont since 1984. Frost
develops every winter, particularly in open fields, but its depth varies greatly from
A Gardener's Guide to Frost: Outwit the Weather and Extend ...
No dew forms on the surface of the plants. Instead, ice forms there. This ice is
actually composed of separate, tiny ice crystals — it's not a solid coating — and
so it has a feathery white appearance. Most people call this ground frost or
Philip Harnden, Andrea K. Donner, 2003
The occurrence of ground water in the United States with a ...
In regard to the evidences that the frozen ground is due to a colder climate in the
past, Brooks 76 says : When the moss is stripped the ground thaws, and with
open-cut mining or cultivation the upper level of permanent ground frost ...
Oscar Edward Meinzer, 1923
Current Practices in Cold Regions Engineering
These sites were absent of ground frost or had only a shallow surface layer of
frost. The ground frost depth and strength values were also confounded by roots
encountered in sites 4C and 5, or the shaft of the tool being too short to penetrate
Michael C. R. Davies, Jon E. Zufelt, 2006
Environmental Planning for Site Development: A Manual for ...
There are two types of frost—air frost and ground frost. Ground frost occurs when
the micro-climate at the surface is cooled more rapidly than the surrounding air
and there is a very shallow layer with freezing conditions. Its occurrence can ...
Anne Beer, Cathy Higgins, 2004
Glossary of Geology
Cf: dewpoint. frost polygon One of the network polygons forming polygonal
ground. frost riving gelifraction. frost scar A nonsorted circle or irregular form
representing a small patch of bare soil produced by local frost heaving intense
enough to ...
Julia A. Jackson, James P. Mehl, Klaus K. E. Neuendorf, 2005
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GROUND FROST»
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Summer Arctic chill to bring UK mountain snow and frost
That will be cold enough for a touch of ground frost in places, so make sure you cover up any tender plants if you live in rural inland areas of ... «The Weather Network, Jul 15»
Inquest: Phone call ends in double tragedy on Christmas Day as …
It was also his opinion that ground frost on the road wasn't a contributory factor to the crash. The inquest also heard from pathologist Dr ... «Rutland Times, Jul 15»
High sunshine, low rain records for Marlborough
These frosts included a -5.6 degrees Celsius ground frost on June 26 and a -2.6C air frost on June 23. The cooler second half saw June's ... «Marlborough Express, Jul 15»
Last month was warmest June for 19 years
... locations to six at Dublin Airport. That is the highest number of days with ground frost during June since the station opened in 1942. «Irish Examiner, Jul 15»
Afternoon traffic and weather update
... traffic and weather update for Saturday. Tonight there will be clear spells and scattered showers, with a chance of a slight ground frost. M62. «Mirfield Reporter, Jun 15»
UK Weather bakes Britain in 22C heat as showers are forecast …
Gardeners were also warned there could have been an unseasonal ground frost last night lasting until midweek as nights become noticeably ... «Daily Mail, Jun 15»
Ontario's growers cope with frost damage
Tregunno says there was some ground frost in portions of Niagara “but it doesn't really affect trees.” Areas close to Lake Ontario were above ... «BetterFarming.com, May 15»
Weather: Ground frost overnight as sunshine starts to turn
Temperatures in Canterbury are expected to reach lows of around 5 degrees overnight, with a small risk of ground frost in rural areas. «Canterbury Times, May 15»
Fine with a slight risk of a ground frost
Weather: Rather cloudy at first with isolated showers, perhaps thundery, and the risk of mist or fog patches Fair or sunny periods developing by ... «ITV News, Apr 15»
A ground frost expected tonight. Sophia has the latest
The fair periods will remain overnight, together with light winds meaning temperatures will fall to 4°C and there will be a ground frost. A bright ... «ITV News, Mar 15»
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