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" Considering that these islands are placed directly under the equator, the climate is far from being excessively hot; this seems chiefly caused by the singularly low temperature of the surrounding water, brought here by the great southern Polar current. "
A directory for the navigation of the Pacific ocean - Side 961
av Alexander George Findlay - 1851
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - 1846 - 336 sider
...uniformity in the broken state of the craters, composed of the soft and yielding tuff, is easily explained. Considering that these islands are placed directly...equator, the climate is far from being excessively hot. This seems chiefly caused by the singularly low temperature of the surrounding water, brought here...
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New York Municipal Gazette (New York, N.Y.), Volum 1,Utgaver 41-48

Ebenezer Meriam - 1847
...uniformity in the broken state of the craters, composed of the soft and yielding tufT, is easily explained. Considering that these islands are placed directly...equator, the climate is far from being excessively hot. This seems chiefly caused by the singularly low temperature of the surrounding water, brought here...
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A Naturalist's Voyage: Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and ...

Charles Darwin - 1889 - 519 sider
...uniformity in the broken state of the craters, composed of the soft and yielding tuff, is easily explained. Considering that these islands are placed directly...equator, the climate is far from being excessively hot : this seems chiefly caused by the singularly low temperature of the surrounding water, brought here...
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Charles Darwin's Works: Journal of researches into the natural history and ...

Charles Darwin - 1896
...uniformity in the broken state of the craters, composed of the soft and yielding tuff, is easily explained. Considering that these islands are placed directly...equator, the climate is far from being excessively hot; this seems chiefly caused by the singularly low temperature of the surrounding water, brought here...
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The Voyage of the Beagle

Charles Darwin - 1909 - 547 sider
...uniformity in the broken state of the craters, composed of the soft and yielding tuff, is easily explained. Considering that these islands are placed directly...equator, the climate is far from being excessively hot; this seems chiefly caused by the singularly low temperature of the surrounding water, brought here...
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The Voyage of the Beagle

Charles Darwin - 1909 - 547 sider
...composed of the soft and yielding tuff, is easily explained Considering that these islands are placed1 directly under the equator, the climate is far from being excessively hot; this seems chiefly caused by the singularly low temperature of the surrounding water, brought here...
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The Voyage of the Beagle

Charles Darwin - 1989 - 432 sider
...two kinds; one, as in ordinary cases, consisting of scoriae and lava, the other of finely stratified volcanic sandstone. The latter in most instances have...is, fine volcanic ashes and water without any lava. Sept. 1835 GALAPAGOS ARCHIPELAGO 269 Considering that these islands are placed directly under the equator,...
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On Evolution: The Development of the Theory of Natural Selection

Charles Darwin - 1996 - 356 sider
...the soft and yielding tuff, is easily explained. Culpepperl. 60 Miles Wanmanl. Charts* 1. Hood-si. Considering that these islands are placed directly...equator, the climate is far from being excessively hot; this seems chiefly caused by the singularly low temperature of the surrounding water, brought here...
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Amazon Expeditions: My Quest for the Ice-age Equator

Paul A. Colinvaux - 2007 - 328 sider
...from Chile and Peru in September 1836, riding the southeast trade wind. Darwin writes of the climate: "Considering that these islands are placed directly under the equator, the climate is far from excessively hot; this seems chiefly caused by the singularly low temperature of the surrounding water,...
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