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This 1975 instruction manual is the second one in a sequence at the nature and results of environmental phenomena and gives scientists, engineers, army and civilian body of workers with info on thirteen ordinary environmental components. because the name implies, the guide addresses a suite of typical environmental elements which, for the aim of this article, contains of terrain, temperature, humidity, strain, sun radiation, rain, good precipitation, fog and whiteout, wind, salt, salt fog, salt water, ozone, macrobiological organisms, and microbiological organisms.
• entrance subject
• checklist of Illustrations
• record of Tables
• Preface
• desk of Contents
• 1. advent
2. Terrain
three. Temperature
four. Humidity
five. strain
6. sun Radiation
7. Rain
eight. sturdy Precipitation
nine. Fog and Whiteout
10. Wind
eleven. Salt, Salt Fog, and Salt Water
12. Ozone
thirteen. Macrobiological Organisms
14. Microbiological Organisms

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The formation of soluble ferrous carbonates is responsible for the formation of iron "springs- springs that have red and yellow mineral deposits about them. The action is illustrated in Fig. 2-6. streams, rivers, and eventually the sea. Sodium is a typical soluble product that is moved around quite a bit. Neither the rock nor the soil wants it. The soluble products of the weathering of A paradox is presented by the washing away of limestone, which is chiefly soluble calcium carbonate. Calcium carbonate is plentiful in the river and streams that lead to the ocean but in the ocean itself it is scarce.

Floral growth The expansion forces of qrowing roots of trees crack sidewalks and rocks Mechanical effect Rushing streams ot water dash boulder against boulder and abrade rock with sand and other rocks. Chemical processes Chehical action soetimens causes internal expension and cracking. but from other more soluble minerals such as feldspar. Iron can be removed from rock as a carbonate, providing It has not been exposed to oxygen, thus allowing the carbonic acid to attack the iron while it is still ferrous oxide (FeO).

Desert sand appears to have been through a fine grinder. It is a product of wcathefin• without chemical action, ,:, '+ Schemical Sliven SThe the oxygen must first be dissolved in water, The most destructive acid is carbonic acid, which forms carbonates with the basic oxides in the rock, Although the acid does not attack quartz (a crystalline form of SiO•), it does form aikaline salts, which in turn will attack qmfftz. As noted in par. 2-2. l the disintegration of rocks can be classified as either physical dislnte•ation (mech•mi€•l breakdown) or decomposition.

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