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Glazed Frost

Nature volume 88, page 484 (08 February 1912) | Download Citation

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THE deposit of “glazed frost” sometimes attains remarkable thickness in Newfoundland, and the great weight of ice formed causes considerable flexure of even thick branches of trees.

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  1. Hartley University College, Southampton, January 29.

    • E. R. MARLE

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