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Interactions Among Gypsy Moths, White‐footed Mice, and Acorns
Low-density populations of gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar, were studied over a 10-yr period in Massachusetts. Increases in gypsy moth density were associated with declines in density of theExpand
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Impacts of 2.4-GHz ISM Band Interference on IEEE 802.15.4 Wireless Sensor Network Reliability in Buildings
With the recent emergence of standards, wireless solutions are ready to be deployed in building automation networks. IEEE 802.15.4 is a standard for short-range wireless networks. Its majorExpand
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Wireless sensor networks as part of a web-based building environmental monitoring system
Abstract The presented research shows how advanced wireless sensor technology can be used by engineers to monitor conditions in and around buildings. The objective is split into three differentExpand
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Oak forest ecosystems: ecology and management for wildlife.
Contents: Contributors Acknowledgments Chapter 1 Oaks and Acorns as a Foundation for Ecosystem Management -William J. McShea and William M. Healy Part I Patterns and Processes of Oak Forests ChapterExpand
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Small-mammal abundance at three elevations on a mountain in central Vermont, USA: a sixteen-year record
Abstract As part of a study of forest resilience to gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) defoliation, small mammals were sampled with live (box) and pitfall traps for 16 years at three elevations on aExpand
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Wireless sensor network performance metrics for building applications
Abstract Metrics are investigated to help assess the performance of wireless sensors in buildings. Wireless sensor networks present tremendous opportunities for energy savings and improvement inExpand
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