What are ideal weather conditions for a marathon?
Cool temperatures (approx. 55°F) with overcast skies (and a slight tailwind if running a point-point course). The optimal temperature is 44°F. 50°F source: Dr. John Cantwell, chief medical officer, Atlanta Summer Olympic Games 54°F source: American College of Sports Medicine 55°F source: "Physiology of Sports", by Thomas Reilly "...air temperature of approximately 10°C (50°F) is optimal for marathon running" source: "Impact of Weather on Marathon-Running Performance" published by Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 50 to 55°F source: Dr. David Martin, professor of physiology, Georgia State University "The ideal marathon temperature, according to these analyses, was a bone-chilling 41 degrees." - Source: U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine. Dueling studies aside, the bottom line is that anything below 40 degrees is too cold, anything over 55 degrees is too warm, and temperatures in between are very conducive to good marathon performance.
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Answer . a hot day when the apple pie is refrigerated and has a scoop of Ice cream on top. But if Just out of the oven on a cold snowie day with a steamer.
Bacteria grows well in a warm and moist environment. Bacteria needsmoisture to be able to grow and a warm environment keeps thebacteria alive.
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For a female, something on the order of 5'3", 97 pounds.\n. \nFor a male, slightly larger - perhaps 5'8", 130 pounds.\n. \n--\n. \nAccording to IAAF records:\n. \nThe top …5 fastest female marathoners of all time: average 5'3" and 104 lbs. While the 5 most recent men's world records were set by athletes averaging: 5'6" and 127 lbs.
Weather conditions are situations like excessive heat, rain, snow,ice, and tornado activity. Weather conditions affect people's dailylives and are often checked before going o…ut.
The ideal weather condition for stargazing would be a clear notrainy night. There shouldn't be any clouds in the sky.
you get a rose put it in soil and water it every day, it shoud grow!
Depends on the boat and whatever you are looking for. I like 10 to 15 knot range in my 30 footer. It is 6500 lbs and have no problem reaching hull speed with these winds. By r…eefing you can extend your comfort for higher winds.(less heeling which tends to require more force to control tiller or wheel.)
Any sort of condition in the weather, be it snow, rain, wind, sleet, tornado watches or warnings, hurricane watches or warnings, flooding, etc etc... you get the picture.
Nice, warm, sunny weather so you can see the squirrels. Squirrels usually aren't out too much during rain, snow, etc.
It needs to be in sunlight.... algae grows real fast then.
Ideal growing conditions for poinsettias ( Euphorbia pulcherrima ) are the following: 1. Avoidance of bruising of leaves by adequate spacing between plants and plant cont…ainers inside and out; 2. Control of disease by avoiding under- and over-watering* and by preventing exposure to splashing or standing water and to such pesticides as weed killers; 3. Exposure to intense light , but from a protective position of light shade ; 4. Fertile, moist, well-aerated soil with good drainage and low level of total soluble salts; 5. Good sanitation ; 6. Humid climate with temperatures ranging in the 60-80 degrees F/15.56-26.67 degrees C range ; 7. Regular watering schedule* to avoid drying out, but without waterlogging the soil; 8. Room for the development of fibrous roots : Poinsettias do not like a tight fit in containers or in the ground! 9. Soil pH in the acidic range of 4.5-6.5 that in its upward limits is heading into the neutral zone. *Generally, plants can be watered every 7-10 days. But the soil regularly can be monitored by look and by touch. A simple, physical check involves sticking a sharp object into the soil. The soil is too dry if the object comes out clean of any particles, too wet if the particles look muddy and just right if tiny soil particles form a freckled, speckled pattern over the object's surface.
1.Isothermal expansion at a high temperature AB 2.Adiabatic expansion as the temperature falls to a lower rule BC 3.Isothermal compression at lower temperature CD 4.Adia…batic compression as temperature increase to initial high volume DA
Rainwater is slightly acidic (carbonic acid) because carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is dissolved in the water as it falls from the clouds Some rocks are alkaline, like the… calcium carbonate that make up lime stone is dissolved. Gradually these cracks become deeper (grikes) forming a limestone pavement
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No traffic, the posted speed limit. Non-posted 2-lane highways aredefault 55mph. In traffic, only as fast as safe, no tailgating
Rice originates in tropical lowlands and requires a long warmgrowing season, but is cultivated commercially in California andsome of the southeastern states. It can be grown w…herever nighttimetemperatures stay above 60 degrees for at least 3 months of theyear. Rice is traditionally grown in flooded fields, though this isnot necessary for home production. However, it does requireconstant soil moisture to grow. Plant rice in poorly drained areas,if possible, and do not let the soil dry out. The growing areashould be kept weed-free and well-fertilized with a source ofnitrogen.