Talk:Microclimate

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An attempt at humor?[edit]

"Biddulph Grange is very rich with microclimates as a result of the large dips and variety of very large trees alongside a large amount of water."

This article focuses on microclimates within "cities and regions," not on the shady places under the trees within a mere 15 acre (c. 6 hectare) Victorian park (United Kingdom). Could this have been an attempt at humor, rather than a valid edit? Aronro (talk) 05:53, 12 January 2013 (UTC)

An edit[edit]

See this edit; I agree the article needs work but large-scale changes should be discussed on the talk page if you're not sure about wiki-markup and the conventions of Wikipedia. Have a look at Wikipedia:Welcoming committee/Welcome to Wikipedia for more information when/if you decide to come back. Graham87 02:33, 20 February 2007 (UTC)