Microclimate sentence example

microclimate
  • Sometimes referred to as climate or microclimate.
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  • Hence the garden has a favorable microclimate for tender plants.
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  • Seed predation and germination, fruiting phenology and forest microclimate were also examined.
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  • They are thus shaded for a good proportion of the day, which affects the microclimate.
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  • After all, any built mass modifies the microclimate.
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  • The cover and shade provide a damp, cool, sheltered microclimate in which certain species thrive.
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  • The unique microclimate is producing some of New Zealand's most prestigious wines, many of which can only be bought on the island.
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  • The mat of growth can serve to protect the plant from the worst of the weather, forming its own microclimate.
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  • Landform, planting, walls and fences all play a major role in the overall design to provide a microclimate suitable for swimming.
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  • Situated on a steep south-facing slope of warm Devon shale, above the meandering River Yeo, the vineyard enjoys a benign microclimate.
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  • The low sucker growth is also beneficial in providing a warm, sheltered microclimate.
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  • Lying at the foot of the Engadine, the local microclimate gives the resort an enviable snow record.
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  • Coastal microclimate is important mainly as it affects plant zonation (see below ).
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  • Coastal microclimate is important mainly as it affects plant zonation (see below).
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  • Under Armour footwear has performance liners inside the shoes and boasts a "microclimate" that will be dry and light, even when it's raining or moist outside.
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