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Dew of the dawn by oscarps

The dew is a physical-meteorological phenomenon in which the humidity of the air condenses in drops form by the sudden decrease of the temperature, or the contact with cold surfaces. There is talk of dew in general when it comes to condensation on a surface, usually on the ground cover of the soil.

One of the ways of producing dew has to do with the nocturnal cooling of the soil (and of the adjacent air layer) due to the net loss of energy by emission of infrared radiation. This loss of energy is greater on clear and cold nights, when the greenhouse effect of the clouds does not exist, making it possible to reach the point of saturation, forming dew.


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