Rain Bearing

Some articles on rain, rain bearing:

Fresh Water - Source
... is precipitation from the atmosphere, in the form of mist, rain and snow ... Fresh water falling as mist, rain or snow contains materials dissolved from the atmosphere and material from the sea and land over which the rain bearing clouds ... In industrialized areas rain is typically acidic because of dissolved oxides of sulfur and nitrogen formed from burning of fossil fuels in cars, factories, trains and aircraft and from the atmospheric emissions ...
Freshwater - Source
... is precipitation from the atmosphere, in the form of mist, rain and snow ... Fresh water falling as mist, rain or snow contains materials dissolved from the atmosphere and material from the sea and land over which the rain bearing clouds have traveled ... In industrialized areas rain is typically acidic because of dissolved oxides of sulfur and nitrogen formed from burning of fossil fuels in cars ...

Famous quotes containing the words bearing and/or rain:

    And nightly under the simple stars
    As I rode to sleep the owls were bearing the farm away,
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)

    Why silk is soft and the stone wounds
    The child shall question all his days,
    Why night-time rain and the breast’s blood
    Both quench his thirst he’ll have a black reply.
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)