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Richard McLellan 🏞 Apr 17
Replying to @RichardMcLellan
- Desiccation rates varied dramatically among sites & seasons. - Radio-tracked toads most often used sites which provided the most protection from desiccation. - Toads selected shelter sites based on their ability to reduce rates of water loss. 3/4
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Matej Man Apr 16
To protect your is not easy, but the sun shielding is white colour for a good reason… by sensor number I guess some students from misunderstood a bit. Next time please less creativity = higher data quality. You can try for example metal cages.
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Tasneem-Summer Khan Apr 16
Replying to @summeryael
In addition to the different characteristics of the pitch (and the ground itself) is the weather: There are fewer than 5 miles between Lords and The Oval. Last County match, Middlesex were off for rain whilst the sun was shining for Surrey.
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Richard McLellan 🏞 Apr 17
Replying to @RichardMcLellan
- Microhabitats have extraordinary potential to buffer climate and likely reduce mortality during extreme climate events." 4/4
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Allan Hancock College Winery & Vineyard 13h
it's a beautiful sunny day among the Pinot Noir vines at the vineyard in . Slight breeze and no clouds.
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stephanie pau Apr 16
Looking for an awesome to work with and me on forest canopy and plant to investigate from to across a network of sites in Canada, China, Costa Rica, Panama, and U.S.
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MrsFliss Apr 10
Replying to @jshakart
Flippin cold in my garden. Snow! Ooooh! I shall hold you to that.
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Richard McLellan 🏞 Apr 11
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Investigating the relationships between plants' leaf area index and key climate variables: air temperature, relative humidity, vapour pressure deficit, specific humidity & soil temperature. 2/5
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Richard McLellan 🏞 Apr 11
The relationship between leaf area index and microclimate in tropical forest and oil palm plantation: Forest disturbance drives changes in microclimate. - Hardwick SR et al. (2015). 1/5
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Aerotrope Apr 17
Great news & good to see 2 of our main activities combined in 1 post: & ! Read our case-study on ’s iconic & its suspension system, making its shell ‘float’ & absorb ’s challenging :
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This is Torrevieja 17h
The in help create a like no other, with plenty of and thriving. Music: Other Rivers II Site: @ Parque natural…
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Dartex Coatings Ltd Apr 15
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SEMODU Apr 16
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Troy Carson Apr 11
Just before the new snow came, I found this in full bloom while the grass is still mostly brown.
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Richard McLellan 🏞 Apr 10
Replying to @RichardMcLellan
A better understanding of (plant community) structure & associated microclimate relationships is important for land/forest management under changing climatic conditions; esp. wrt microclimate-dependent ecosystem processes and functions. 4/4
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Giulio Castelli Apr 8
See you on 9.04 with two more oral presentation on at including analysis and management in and !
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Orbiter Apr 9
I wonder if has a sunny today in for us... Looking forward to talking with them today.
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Kelly, she/her 11h
The bonus of so far to is that it was 61 degrees when I left work in SF and it’s 75 degrees at home. We’re burgers tonight!
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sw19womble #MilitantCentrist 18h
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Lisa Apr 14
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