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This is about 2/3 of the steel sub-floor construction. It has taken me since Monday to get to this stage. One more day will see the full steel work completed and ready for Council inspection.Radiant sub-floor in upstairs bath
You will note that there are bricks removed along the side. This was because of the need to screw in an angle brace along the faces of all the the joists to carry the load of the frame. This will be repaired on Sunday.
Today I laid the radiant panel sub-floor in the up-upstairs bath (as opposed to the one near our bedroom that's chock full of Morgan fenders. Why do we have 3 front fenders ??). The radiant tubing will go in as soon as I've got the through-holes drilled in the floor so the tubes can be connected to the downstairs manifold, hopefully tomorrow.
This digital document is a journal article from Forest Ecology and Management, published by Elsevier in 2006. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Media Library immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.Related topics:
This study used instantaneous chamber-based CO"2 exchange measurements (2004) in conjunction with a seasonal record of microclimate (2003) to model growing season forest floor net ecosystem CO"2 exchange (ffNEE) for terrestrial bryophyte and lichen communities in sub-boreal forests in central British Columbia, Canada. Multiple regression models using microclimate variables described between 35 and 53% of the variation in ffNEE for moss or lichen dominated forest floor at an ambient CO"2 concentration. Light and moss or lichen moisture and temperature were all important variables in describing ffNEE from moss and lichen dominated forest floor patches while substrate temperature was the most important variable explaining ffNEE from bare litter+soil and wood. Moss dominated forest floor had relatively invariant mean diel ffNEE across the 3-month growing season while lichen dominated wood had low summer ffNEE which increased in September. Over a 3-month growing season in 2003, moss dominated forest floor had a total ffNEE of -33.8gCm^-^2 and lichen dominated wood had a total ffNEE of -42.9gCm^-^2. When ffNEE values from the moss, lichen, bare wood, and bare litter+soil components of the forest floor community were summed over the 3-month period, the old-growth sub-boreal spruce forest floor had a net CO"2 exchange of -31.6gCm^-^2, representing a loss of this amount of carbon over the growing season. The moss dominated, but not lichen dominated, forest floor appeared limited by ambient forest floor CO"2 levels (430@mmolCO"2mol^-^1) and exhibited increased photosynthesis at elevated CO"2 (700@mmolCO"2mol^-^1).
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