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They also address tools and methods for evaluating ecological change in terms of anthropogenically and climatically mediated influences, and many more topics relevant to the coastal lagoon environment.
Climatically, Sancerre, a little further to the west, has a more maritime influence, whereas Pouilly-Fume is more continental, where the summers are hotter.
Technical and architectural decisions, taken by ArcE team, have the purpose of retrofitting the existing building and transforming it into a new one, which is climatically comfortable and energetically sustainable.
By the 1960s nursery owners caught on to the English garden game and began their annual production of climatically unsuitable European seasonal bedding plants such as pansies and antirrhinums, adding petunias, nemesia, violas, stocks, bulbs and other species as the years progressed.
As it happens, the weather turned in our favour at the last minute and track conditions were fantastic, but the last two Saturdays in January were exceptional climatically and exposed the frailty of the sand track in wide open, non-town or city environments.
C[pounds sterling]Things were very climatically stable in that part of Australia and yet the mega-fauna still managed to go extinct,C[yen] he said.
If left in climatically uncontrolled storage, nitrate negatives deteriorate with age and can be subject to spontaneous combustion.
Through looking at previous and current 'biological invasions', Dr Andy Tatem of the University of Oxford hopes to identify future biological invasion hotspot airports, with hubs that are separated by great distance but are climatically very similar emerging as the most likely candidates.
The commission well understand the difficulty in having a 'one size fits all' approach to classifying areas which vary so much physically, environmentally and climatically and yet all have reasons to be less favoured.
Dubai and the thriving Middle East building boom was on the map at one point, but as Anthony points out, the company's significant point of difference is its ability to work in more remote--and often geographically or climatically hostile--environments.
TIME warp back even 10 years and this area of Devon, stunningly beautiful and climatically appealing as it is, was not quite the property hotspot it has become today.