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Tips from Bio Logic Aqua Research Founder Sharon Kleyne For How Relief of Eye Dehydration Can Save Lives. Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) January 08, 2014 Winter
Device automatically turns on ventilation fan to reduce condensation in humid or damp areas of a home MELVILLE, N.Y., Jan.
Bio Logic Aqua Research Founder Sharon Kleyne Offers Tips for Reducing Anxiety by Keeping Eyes Hydrated. Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) December 23, 2013 Putting
Water and Health Researcher Sharon Kleyne’s Tips on Avoiding Dehydration and Bacteria Exposure From Forced-Air Heating Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) November 26,
John Ng, MD on Ambient Water Vapor and Dry Eye for Bio Logic Aqua Research Founder Sharon Kleyne's Study Team on Health and the Atmospheric Environment Grants
DeWayne Cecil, PhD, Reports on Human Health Effects of Global Warming for Founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research, Sharon Kleyne Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) November
Market Leading Weather and Environmental Monitoring Vendors Combine Popular Solutions to Address Remote, Low Power Agricultural Deployments Santa Barbara, CA
Report by DeWayne Cecil, PhD, for Bio Logic Aqua Research Founder Sharon Kleyne raises questions about long-term climate change and human health. Grants Pass,
Turner Greenhouses helps the backyard greenhouse gardener get ready for winter greenhouse gardening with easy, essential steps. Goldsboro, NC (PRWEB) November
In the winter months, the drop in humidity can cause electrostatic discharge and very low humidity levels.
An urban heat island (UHI) is a metropolitan area that is drastically warmer than its surrounding rural areas because of human activities. The phenomenon was first looked into and described by Luke Howard during the 1810s, although he wasn’t the one to name the phenomenon. The difference in temperature is normally bigger at night as opposed to during the day, and it most obvious when winds are weak. Seasonally, UHI is seen during the summer and the winter. The key cause of the urban heat...
The map above shows our dew-point temperatures which is an important temp when it comes to weather. The dew-points help us determine how much moisture is in the atmosphere. If we look at the circle placed over Southern Mississippi we can see temps in the Mid 70’s. That is considered to be very saturated and humid type of weather. When you walk outside it feels very uncomfortable. While if we look back in Nevada we see 15, this is more respectful of being very dry air. This type of air also...
So why is there so much heat and humidity rising up into the Northern Plains creating a surge of hot weather? The answer is in the weather map above. If we look over Lake Michigan we see an area of High pressure which has a clockwise flow over the region. So places on the East are having cooler weather as they are getting the air from Canada pushing down towards them. North Dakota into the Gulf Coast are on the back side of the high so there air is coming from the Gulf of Mexico. If...
Water vapor (aqueous vapor) is the gaseous phase of water. It is one stage of the water cycle of our planet. Water vapor is formed from either evaporation or heating of liquid water, or from the sublimation of ice. In nature, water vapor is continuously produced by evaporation and removed by condensation. Along with carbon dioxide and methane gas, water vapor is one of the greenhouse gases. The release of water molecules from liquid water is considered evaporation. The transition of these...
White frost is a type of solid ice that forms directly from water vapor found in the air. White frost forms when the humidity is above 90% and the temperature is below 18 degrees Fahrenheit. White frost grows against the wind, since the facing winds have higher humidity than leeward air. The wind must be light or the delicate icy structures become broken. The structures have big, interlocking, needle-like crystals. This phenomenon occurs very rarely. White frost is considered an intermediate...
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