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Water barometer

water barometer

(Science: physics) A barometer in which the changes of atmospheric pressure are indicated by the motion of a column of water instead of mercury. It requires a column of water about thirty-three feet in height.


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... dendrobatidis (don't ask me to say it! :lol: ) The fungi live in the water or soil, some are parasites of plants and insects. Reproduction is ... barometric pressure would be good to note also if you have a barometer. Begin looking for eggs and if you find them, mark the location. ...

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by Ken Ramos
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