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Suitability of Zostera marina populations for transplantation to the Wadden Sea as determined by a mesocosm shading experiment
Improving the sustainable development of building stock by the implementation of energy efficient, climate control technologies
Incubator for the Simulation of a Fluctuating Light Climate in Studies of Planktonic Primary Productivity
Sediment-Based Reconstruction of Submersed Aquatic Vegetation Distribution in the Severn River, a Sub-Estuary of Chesapeake Bay
Role of light and concentration gradients in the vertical stratification and seasonal development of phototrophic bacteria in a meromictic lake
Understanding behavioral changes of prey and predators based on lunar illumination provides insight into important life history, behavioral ecology, and survival information. The objectives of this research were to determine if bobcat movement rates differed by period of day (dark, moon, crepuscular, day), lunar illumination (<10%, 10 - <50%, 50 - <90%, >90%), and moon phase (new, full). Bobcats had high movement rates during crepuscular and day periods and low movement rates during dark periods with highest nighttime rates at 10-<50% lunar illumination. Bobcats had highest movement rates during daytime when nighttime illumination was low (new moon) and higher movement rates during nighttime when lunar illumination...