Although wetlands and pastures likely provide hiding cover, prevalence of these habitat types may increase in areas used by fawns after fawns are mobile and may not be as suitable during their 1st month of life if water inhibits a fawn's ability to thermoregulate
and pastures are actively grazed.
The researchers observed their body's ability to thermoregulate
through four completed sessions of two-hour each.
Kids have a "reduced ability to thermoregulate
their body temperatures," compared to adults, he explained.
Having been specifically designed over a period of 18 months for workers in chilled environments, Active Chill jackets will thermoregulate
, keeping the wearer warm and at a consistent temperature for optimum comfort.
The negative correlation of FI and RT with T ([degrees]C) and positive with SI (Table 5) indicates that the animals stopped consuming food and remained standing in as an attempt to thermoregulate
themselves, drinking more water to help stop the evaporative losses (by sweating and gasping for breath) due to the stressful conditions of heat observed during this period.
Movements observed in these dense cover types during diurnal periods may be attributed to foraging opportunities and traveling regularly between bedding cover sites and wallows to better thermoregulate
during the higher temperature (Graves, 1984; Singer et al, 1991).
Though the Water-rat is unable to thermoregulate
efficiently at water temperatures below 20 (o) C (Fanning and Dawson 1980), the species occurs up to an altitude of at least 1500 m in Mount Buffalo National Park.
2001), when chicks cannot thermoregulate
(Aulie 1976) and need insects (Spidso 1980).
However, the effect of moisture in the air is an important measure of the thermal comfort of animals (including humans) who rely on the evaporation of water (sweating or panting) to thermoregulate
. High relative humidity at high temperatures limits the rate at which evaporation can occur, leading to heat stress or, in extreme circumstances, fatal overheating.
The thermal melanism hypothesis is the most accepted and suggests that individuals with greater quantities of melanin thermoregulate
more quickly under low temperature conditions.
Individuals may behaviorally thermoregulate
by moving upstream, away from the HBWC Channel, during periods of incoming, cooler ocean water.
Also, although women tend to thermoregulate
better during pregnancy, we still don't fully understand the impact of elevated core body temperature, which may occur with regularly performed vigorous-intensity exercise over the course of pregnancy."