If you don't have ridges where you hunt, you can still make this stand work, but you have to stay entirely downwind
of the bedding area.
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Still, when deer strongly prefer to bed in certain areas, we can set up downwind
of those pockets.
For this study, they sampled airborne endotoxin concentrations at an upwind site about one-tenth of a mile from the lot, at a downwind
site at the edge of the lot, and at the dairy perimeters, which were more than three-quarters of a mile downwind
of the lot.
Dively runs a pair of two-speaker systems in the downwind
end of his spread.
However, if the GM field in a trial is downwind
of the non-GM field, the trial will underestimate the potential for cross-pollination.
As a result, the highest ozone concentrations occur downwind
of urban locations.
Employees and facility designers aware of prevailing wind directions can also play a part by confining "loading and unloading procedures to the downwind
side of storage piles," according to the Albuquerque guidelines.
OBJECTIVE: In this study we evaluated the levels of antibiotic- and multidrug-resistant bacteria in bioaerosols upwind, within, and downwind
at locations 25 m, 50 m, 100 m, and 150 m from a swine confined animal feeding operation.
Cancer Alley," the stretch of the Mississippi between New Orleans and Baton Rouge, has more than 100 polluting chemical plants, oil refineries and other industries routinely sending their waste discharge downwind
or downstream, mostly into neighborhoods that are both black and poor.
Vortices from the upwind tower could increase wind load on the downwind
tower, but wind tunnel testing showed that 'points and arcs' on tower perimeters minimized crosswind excitation.
Another T-38 joined with them on outside downwind
and performed a damage assessment, confirming no other damage to the T-38.