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The one thing all these shallow crappies have in common, Florida to Canada, is the need for cover.
8[degrees]C and 13[degrees]C in environments very different from tropical shallows.
Aquifers, especially shallow ones, aren't completely isolated from surface water such as lakes, streams, and rivers.
It turns out these were brant geese, which reside in Alaska during the summer months but head south when the temperatures fall, ultimately settling down in the shallow, 2,300-acre estuary that spreads out behind Morro Rock.
The drop probably came from shallow water's inability to shield eggs from ultraviolet-B (UV-B) radiation, suggest Kiesecker and his colleagues.
Eric Chavez hit a popup to shallow left, where left fielder Garret Anderson and shortstop Benji Gil converged.
A team of scientists recently looked at shallow ice cores collected at 12 different locations in that part of Greenland.