For brevity, three-bladed upwind and downwind
cases are denoted as 3UW and 3DW, and the corresponding two-bladed cases as 2UW and 2DW, respectively.
The design features a plumb, rather full bow--for good buoyancy downwind
to negate the tendency of ocean-going yachts to nosedive in large waves--and particularly vertical topsides that run fully aft to a broad, squared-off transom so as to maximise waterline length, especially when heeled.
By setting up between the rid getop and the sidehill trail, on morning hunts our odor stream will float over the bucks below, even as we stay downwind
of the deer on the ridge.
Average bacterial counts over the sampling period were 2,800 colony forming units (CFU) per cubic meter of air at the upwind site; 84,000 CFU 165 feet downwind
of the barn; and 7,900 CFU 655 feet from the barn.
We are under no illusions that it will be extremely difficult, but it is also downwind
and that is where our strengths hopefully lie.
About 30 yards downwind
from the hunters, Dively plants 15 flyers on poles of varying heights from 3 feet to 8 feet high.
8-mile) wide hydrocarbon plume downwind
of the spill site.
I wasn't always up at the front but because I read the wind shifts correctly up wind and maintained good speed downwind
I finished with the results I wanted," added Al Kooheji.
You should always stay downwind
from game, but when breezes do not cooperate, you can help your own cause with commercial scent products.
Having driven through the downwind
valley areas of two of California's largest "farms" at that time (Tehachapi and San Gorgonio), they had some of the worst stagnant air pollution I've seen.
Speaking before the start, Liverpool 08 skipper Ben Galloway said: "We're expecting to do a lot better than we did in Race 8 from Hawaii because this is a downwind
race and we always perform better downwind
Liverpool 08's skipper Ben Galloway said: "This race should hopefully be downwind
most of the way and the crew performs really well downwind