The researchers hypothesized the extremely variable environmental conditions that coastal largemouth bass experience may allow them to adjust more quickly to new environmental conditions at release points
and thus have more energy to use for movement than bass in inland waters.
The Navy fuel depot property and adjacent EPA property allows a secure release point
, with easy, safe access for spectators and students," said Polley.
Club members take their pigeons to Chicopee, where they are put into a racing truck and taken to different release points
to fly back to their owners' homes.
Next, the probability of contamination, or, the chance that a particle could travel from the aerosol release point
to a given distance in the main corridor, was calculated for each particle size and ventilation mode (Table 3).
floridanum was 146 m from the release point
of a pepper greenhouse; and in this greenhouse the parasitoids were found on the yellow sticky cards hung above the plants in the last row at both ends of the greenhouse.
The first pair moved farther from the release point
than the second did.
It doesn't land until the ball arrives at the release point
With this sensitivity to release point
and draws the papermakers are very aware of changes and how to react to them.
Establish a communications node between the release point
and the ISB.
The number of targets that can be engaged from a particular release point
is potentially greater as well.
The surface design has a higher release point
that shortens product contact time and adhesion and facilitates a cleaner release.
This enabled the PAD team to update and refine the Computed Aerial Release Point
in realtime while aboard the aircraft.