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A higher abundance of heavy elements might affect how planet-forming disks form and evolve.
Here, we hypothesized that the abundances should be higher in the diked lands with a longer reclamation history in the distribution of A.
Environmental Conditions--Larval tick abundances were positively correlated with temperature; no significant relationship existed for relative humidity.
ABSTRACT A time series abundance analysis of adult and juvenile Haliotis fulgens living in the central region of Baja California Sur, Mexico, was performed and its potential application to fishery management as a predictor of future catches was assessed.
A little later she would add: "The outstanding discrepancies between the astrophysical and terrestrial abundances are displayed for hydrogen and helium.
Symposium on Cosmic Abundances as Records of Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis.
Predicting flood and swampwater mosquito abundances using a dynamic hydrology model.
Also, species that occurred naturally at high abundances did not increase any more than did species that occurred at low abundances.
In our study, we describe the abundance of diatoms and dinoflagellates in three estuaries of Waquoit Bay, Massachusetts, which have similar physical properties but differ greatly in their degree of urbanization and subsequent nitrogen loading rates (2).
We hypothesized that the distribution and abundance of the target species in spring-fed habitats in the Trans-Pecos region can be modeled by two primary factors: local environmental factors and the abundance of nonnative species.
Beneficial and pest insect abundances within each vegetation type (shrub, grass and weed) were compared from spring to fall using a full factorial mixed model ANOVA (SAS 1999).