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Knowledge remains lacking regarding diversity and antagonistic activities against plant pathogenic microorganisms of actinobacteria in saxicolous lichens at different elevations.
Based on results of this analysis, travel that is limited to elevations higher than 2,000 m (6,562 ft) above sea level is considered to have minimal (approximately 1%) likelihood for mosquito-borne Zika virus transmission, even within countries reporting active transmission.
Low temperature and greater cloudiness at higher elevations might increase precipitation [25].
For the study, PhotoSat produced a 50 cm grid of elevations using its proprietary geophysical processing technology with stereo satellite images taken by WorldView-3.
For the study, PhotoSat produced a 50cm grid of elevations using its proprietary geophysical processing technology with stereo satellite images taken by WorldView-3.
Lower atmospheric pressure at higher elevations results in less inhaled oxygen, sometimes as much as one-third less than low-elevation areas," says coauthor Kamen P.
Comparing cancer rates for people living at various elevations found that lung cancer rates are lower at high elevations, where the air is thinner.
Our objective was to evaluate the ability of adaptive grazing management to provide forage for cattle and elk at three elevations and associated plant communities, and to stay within guidelines for use of forage and height of stubble imposed by the united States Forest Service.
based Elevations Credit Union in 2008, the industry pioneer with nearly 50 years of service, embraces innovation and moving forward to meet the changing needs of members.
Still, Hurricane Sandy brought unprecedented flooding that was several feet higher--and extended over a larger area--than the base flood elevations estimated by FEMA prior to the storm.
Warming has occurred across a range of elevations, with the greatest increases in minimum temperatures.
In the current study, we examined body size, reproductive frequency and tail fat storage of museum specimens of Plethodon cinereus at low (< 380 m) and high (> 1220 m) elevations to test whether and how resource allocation among growth (body size), reproduction (reproductive frequency) and energy storage (tail fat) would vary under different environments.