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To support my research on ecosystem functioning, my collaborators and I are developing PEcAn, a model-data synthesis framework (www.pecanproject.org) and BETYdb, its underlying database (www.betydb.org).

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comment Do skilled cyclists really “use the front brake alone probably 95% of the time”?
your fixed-gear bike might not have a brake, but you can still "brake" with it. When I ride a fixed gear, the majority of my braking is done through exerting pressure backward on the pedal.
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comment What is the proper etiquette for overtaking a horse?
@neil yes, as most of the answers point out, it can be very dangerous, espercially for the horse rider, if the horse is spooked by a bike.
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comment How do I know when to replace my bottom bracket?
"noise from bottom bracket" can also mean loose chainring bolts or a broken frame, and is most often the former.
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accepted What are the differences (and their practical implications) between a 29" mountain bike and a cyclocross bicycle?
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comment What are the differences (and their practical implications) between a 29" mountain bike and a cyclocross bicycle?
I am not sure that I can be more specific than what is already in the question: 'I am not particularly interested in technical riding - although I would like to be able to ride through most things, even if I have to do so slowly.' I want to ride on trails, mostly non-technical stuff, and I don't mind going slowly or walking my bike through any technical stuff that I come across because I probably wouldn't attempt it regardless of the bike I am on.
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comment What are the differences (and their practical implications) between a 29" mountain bike and a cyclocross bicycle?
@tehnyit thanks for the feedback. figure labels added.
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revised How to descend mountain roads?
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