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A type of condensation where water droplets form on the ground, or on objects close to it. Dew forms when strong night-time terrestrial radiation cools the ground to chill the overlying air to dew point. See Gidron (1999) Agric. & Met. 96, 1–3.

Subjects: Meteorology and Climatology.

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