Applied Hydrometeorology by Pukh Raj Rakhecha, Vijay P. Singh

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Even if there is a lesser amount of liquid present at the higher level than at the lower level, the flow will be from the higher level to the lower level. In this respect, temperature may be called the level of heat and heat energy flows 40 Applied Hydrometeorology in response to a temperature difference. There are instruments designed to measure the temperature of a given body in degrees on the Centigrade scale or the Fahrenheit scale. The Centigrade scale was first introduced by Celsius in 1742.

Smithsonian Meteorology Tables. C. 24 Applied Hydrometeorology 2 The Atmosphere The atmosphere is closely related to hydrology in a fundamental manner. It will, therefore, be appropriate to make a brief introduction to the subject of atmosphere. As pointed out in chapter 1, atmosphere is a thin shell of gases, which is held close to the earth by the gravitational attraction and is commonly called the air. These gases seem to have originated slowly over the geological ages from the interior of the solid earth by large scale volcanic activity.

1975. India’s Water Wealth. Orient Longman, New Delhi. Smithsonian Institutions, 1939. Smithsonian Meteorology Tables. C. 24 Applied Hydrometeorology 2 The Atmosphere The atmosphere is closely related to hydrology in a fundamental manner. It will, therefore, be appropriate to make a brief introduction to the subject of atmosphere. As pointed out in chapter 1, atmosphere is a thin shell of gases, which is held close to the earth by the gravitational attraction and is commonly called the air. These gases seem to have originated slowly over the geological ages from the interior of the solid earth by large scale volcanic activity.

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