Projected changes in global climate have important ramifications for the future of national parks and other reserves set aside to conserve ecological uniqueness.
We explored potential implications of climatic changes on lifeform distribution and growth at Wind Cave National Park (WCNP), South Dakota, which lies on a climatically determined ecotone between grassland and forest.
This track is def one of my favourite beatles songs even if the shadows missed out on it,but hank marvin of the shadows last year on his solo album "guitar man" check it out..... (I am Paul in a Beatles Tribute band and I can sing this one quite well actually...
Everything else is hit and miss :))Amazing song, it's one of my favourites! I disagree that it shouldve been on the White Album though.
We used a dynamic vegetation model (DVM) MC1 to simulate the interactions between climatic changes, natural fire regime, and grazing pressure and their impact on the biogeographical and biogeochemical characteristics of the park.
We used one future climate projection (HADCM2SUL) which simulates warmer weather by the end of the next century: the temperature increase would constrain the growth of trees that rely on the availability of deep water, favor shrub and grass development and promote a shift from forests to woodlands.
An instrumental version of this song was used on Friends (for Phoebe's wedding) which is perfect, because this song, like Tom said, is a wonderful wedding song. It was still in the older style of such albums like Rubber Soul and Help!
Perhaps the original tune would have benefited with the brass instead of Harrison's raunchy style guitars.Revolver was such a great album (my #1) and the songs that are on the album fascinate me, but I never thought this one fit in.It would have been better suited to the White Album than to Revolver.These young music pundits who rank Radiohead ahead of The Beatles in polls, you just have to smile and shake your head.Like nearly everyone who's commented on this song, it's a favorite of mine. Think of it: this song, Eleanor Rigby, Got To Get You Into My Life and For No One on one album.On the other hand, livestock grazing reduces grass biomass and fuel loads thus indirectly reducing fire frequency and enhancing the expansion of forests or woodlands.Natural fires and moderate grazing by native herbivores have maintained the coexistence of trees and grasses but climatic variations affecting the area's water resources can lead to dominance by either lifeform.But the albums could have been even stronger if the Beatles would have included all of their singles on the albums as well.Rubber Soul would have included We Can Work It Out and Day Tripper.The Beatles enter this competition after the fact with one hand tied behind their collective backs.That's why no other group or artist can touch them.