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According to the USDA, growing mushroom, storing vegetables, potatoes and flowers all require high humidity above 95%.
The Decagon Devices MPS-6 Matrix Water Potential Sensor uses Ceramic discs to take long term and accurate soil moisture measurements in any environment. PULLMAN,
Leading manufacturer and distributor of industrial lighting Larson Electronics announces the release of an explosion proof portable air chiller with a 32 gallon water tank.
Smart Fog incorporates new technology to combat diseases and mold caused by traditional commercial humidification systems.
Smart Fog Inc, the leader in the industrial and commercial humidification systems industry, is presenting at the Data Center World Global Conference in Las Vegas, NV (April 28 through May 2, 2014).
Bio Logic Aqua Research founder Sharon Kleyne reports on health effects of climate change on skin and eyes, suggests proactive defense. Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB)
First spotted in 1885, silvery blue clouds sometimes hover in the night sky near the poles, appearing to give off their own glowing light.
Atmospheric humidity is essential to life on earth and may be endangered. Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) April 08, 2014 The natural humidity in the air we breathe
Meeting Eyes’ Daily Water Requirement is Top Priority, Reports Bio Logic Aqua Research Founder Sharon Kleyne Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) March 12, 2014
Interview with Water Researcher Winston Kao on Bio Logic Aqua Research Founder Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water® Radio Show. Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) March
A thermal column is a column of rising air in lower altitudes of the atmosphere. Thermal columns are created by uneven heating patterns of the Earth's surface from solar radiation. The sun warms the ground, and the air directly above the ground begins to warm. As the warm air expands, it becomes less dense than the air around it and rises. As the warmer air rises, it cools due to its expansion in lower high-altitude pressures. When it cools to the same temperature as the surrounding air, it...
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...
Mist is a phenomenon that consists of small droplets of water suspended in air. Mist occurs as part of a natural weather event or from volcanic activity. Mist is most common in cold air above warm water. Mist also occurs when air is exhaled in cold temperatures or when steam is formed in a sauna. Aerosol cans can create artificial mist if the humidity levels are just right. The one difference between mist and fog is visibility. If visibility is less than 0.62 miles (1 kilometer), the...
Condensation is the change of the physical state of matter from a gaseous form into liquid form. When the transition of matter happens from gaseous to solid directly, it is known as deposition. Condensation occurs when a vapor is cooled or compressed to its dew point. Water vapor that naturally condenses on cold surfaces into liquid is called dew. Water vapor will only condense on another surface when the temperature of the surface is cooler than the temperature of the water vapor. Water...
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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