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Hydrosphere

noun
1.
The watery layer of the earth's surface; includes water vapor.






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"Hydrosphere" Quotes from Famous Books



... been, to begin with, about fifty miles in thickness. It seems that the young earth had no atmosphere, and that ages passed before water began to accumulate on its surface—before, in other words, there was any hydrosphere. The water came from the earth itself, to begin with, and it was long before there was any rain dissolving out saline matter from the exposed rocks and making the sea salt. The weathering of the high grounds of the ancient crust by air and water furnished the material which formed ...
— The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4) - A Plain Story Simply Told • J. Arthur Thomson



Words linked to "Hydrosphere" :   earth, body of water, water, main, sea, layer, ocean, globe, briny, world



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