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vernal

[′vərn·əl]
(geophysics)
Pertaining to spring.
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Basically what we want to do is have the teachers be able to do the lessons in their classrooms," Vernal said.
During the 2014 breeding season, I regularly visited a vernal pool in Ulster County's Town of Esopus to track salamander development.
A critical and poorly understood component of vernal pool ecology and conservation is the effect of hydroperiod on vernal pool ecosystems (Brooks, 2004; Brooks and Hayashi, 2002).
These vernal pools receive their water primarily from surface runoff rather than groundwater, and Gall's team hypothesizes that concentrations will increase following snowmelt and runoff events, which are expected to transport estrogens, pesticides, and other ECs.
She and her brother Vernal were "so close," Jack recalled.
President of Business Development (Anthony Zufelt) made the following statement: "We are very excited about the prospect of breaking into the Vernal Market.
It is also referred to as the autumnal or fall equinox in the northern hemisphere, as well as the spring or vernal equinox in the southern hemisphere.
Which season of the year does the word vernal relate to?
Of woodland pools, spring-holes & ditches; excerpts from the journal of Henry David Thoreau wherein he observes and reflects upon the nature of life and vernal pools.
Chris Gray Hounslow, Middx AEASTER Sunday is the first Sunday after the 14th day of the lunar month - the nominal full moon - that falls on or after March 21, nominally the day of the vernal equinox.
Washington, Feb 13 (ANI): A new research has reported data from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) that suggests the discovery of ancient hot springs in the Vernal Crater, sites where life forms may have evolved on Mars.