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    Default Thermocline in Honeybee Hives ?

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    Default Re: Thermocline in Honeybee Hives ?

    Pics of : air tight, well insulated, glass, hive ?

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    Default Re: Thermocline in Honeybee Hives ?

    http://www.esr.org/outreach/glossary/thermocline.html

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    Default Re: Thermocline in Honeybee Hives ?

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    Default Re: Thermocline in Honeybee Hives ?

    If the existence of theromocline layer was to be ..... discovered?/demonstrated, in honeybee hives , how might that change the design of your hives ?

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    Default Re: Thermocline in Honeybee Hives ?

    A thermocline (sometimes metalimnion) is a thin but distinct layer in a large body of fluid (e.g. water, such as an ocean or lake, or air, such as an atmosphere) in which temperature changes more rapidly with depth than it does in the layers above or below.

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