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The operators of these climatic wind tunnels get the opportunity to exchange ideas in a group that was set up in 1990.
Surprisingly, this climatic event received little immediate response from the scientific community.
The company's present wind tunnels are likely to be utilised for hot and cold temperature testing at moderate vehicle speeds, but its new climatic wind tunnels simulate more brutal extremes.
In order to contribute to the methods of improving pepper yield from agrometeorological point of view, the critical climatic variables and their effects on pepper yield were investigated in Guinea savanna region.
Aircraft and the components that go into them come into contact with differing climatic conditions on a daily basis, increasing the need for them to be durable and robust.
Researchers looked at 25-year population trends of 42 bird species in relation to changes in climatic suitability simulated using climatic envelope models.
Within the scope of pharmaceutical analytics, stability tests are being applied pursuant to ICH guidelines, in which drugs are subjected to defined climatic conditions over specific time periods in accordance with a globally harmonized standard.
Global warming is rarely out of the headlines, yet the changes the Earth is now experiencing are a mere blip in the sometimes cataclysmic climatic changes that have occurred even in the past few thousand years.
These women will experience reactions to climatic stress along with prickling, tightness, fine flaking, and extreme dryness.
Accepting the idea of solar forcing of Holocene and Glacial climatic shifts has major implications for our view of present and future climate," they wrote.
Yet from personal experience, I know that there are many in the Canadian geoscience community who are either uncertain about, sceptical of, or firmly opposed to the concept that atmospheric carbon dioxide will result in significant climatic change over the next century.

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