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- MICROCLIMATE EXPOSURES. OF SURFACE-BASED WEATHER. STATIONS.
- Adaptive Skins and Microclimates
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- Creating A Microclimate For Oversized - National Park Service
- 0 Gram. Number 4/4. Creating A Microclimate For Oversized Museum Objects.
- Design with Microclimate
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- Washington wheat growers benefit from cooler weather
- That's largely because of Washington's relatively temperate weather, but also because it has many microclimates with a range of rainfall patterns. If one microclimate does poorly, another will make up for it, Yates said.
- Wind engineering, a new construction tool
- BY PAUL M. ICAMINA Wind engineering is now part of the construction landscape, from managing micro climate on the ground to easing wind turbulence high up.
- Vascular PRN Now Offers KCI's Skin IQ™ Microclimate Manager
- Vascular PRN™ has announced it wil offer a new Microclimate Manager to prevent and manage pressure ulcers in patients.
- Soggy Spa brings F1 back to life
- The madcap microclimate of the Ardennes track was on the rampage again today, with showers in both the morning and afternoon session mixing up the order and providing plenty of set-up headaches ahead of what is expected to be a dry race.
- Microclimate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A microclimate is a local atmospheric zone where the climate differs from the surrounding area.
- Microclimates - Gardening Resources, Cornell University
- A microclimate is the climate of a small area that is different from the area around it. It may be warmer or colder, wetter or drier, or more or less prone to frosts.
- microclimate: Definition from Answers.com
- microclimate n. The climate of a small, specific place within an area as contrasted with the climate of the entire area.
- Energy Savers: Landscaping and Your Microclimate
- Feb 9, 2011 The climate immediately surrounding your home is called its microclimate.
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