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" Boussingault mentions a fact that clearly illustrates the condition to which we may be exposed in thousands of locations on this continent. In the Island of Ascension there was a beautiful spring, situated at the foot of a mountain which was covered with... "
The Woods and By-ways of New England - Seite 110
von Wilson Flagg - 1872 - 442 Seiten
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Band 24

1838
...— at length failed ; during this process the forests were cut down, and the mountain was cleared. The disappearance of the spring was attributed to the clearing. The mountain was again planted, and after a few years the spring reappeared, be.came gradually more productive, and finally was as copious...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Band 24

1838
...— at length failed ; during this process the forests were cut down, and the mountain was cleared. The disappearance of the spring was attributed to the clearing. The mountain was again planted, and after a few years the spring reappeared, became gradually more productive, and finally was as copious...
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Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, Band 8,Teil 1

1871
...felled and the mountain was cleared; when the spring becoming gradually less copious, at length failed. The disappearance of the spring was attributed to the clearing. The mountain was again planted, and after a few years the spring reappeared, became gradually larger, and finally was as copious as ever....
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metalliferous deposits

william jory henwood, f.r.s.; f.g.s.; - 1871
...felled and the mountain was cleared; when the spring becoming gradually less copious, at length failed. The disappearance of the spring was attributed to the clearing. The mountain was again planted, and after a few years the spring reappeared, became gradually larger, and finally was as copious as ever....
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Observations on Metalliferous Deposits and on Subterranean Temperature

William Jory Henwood - 1871 - 6 Seiten
...felled and the mountain was cleared ; when the spring becoming gradually less copious, at length failed. The disappearance of the spring was attributed to the clearing. The mountain was again planted, and after a few years the spring reappeared, became gradually larger, and finally was as copious as ever....
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Arbor Day: Its History, Observation, Spirit and Significance

Robert Haven Schauffler - 1909 - 360 Seiten
...a beautiful spring, situated at the foot of a mountain which was covered with wood. By degrees the spring became less copious, and at length failed....inundations to which all parts of the country are subject. It it were in the power of man to dispose his woods and tillage in the most advantageous manner, he...
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Forest Leaves, Bände 3-5

1890
...a beautiful spring situated at the foot of a mountain, which was covered with wood. By degrees the spring became less copious, and at length failed....cause — the clearing of steep declivities of their woodare the excessive inundations to which all parts of the country are subject. If it were in the...
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