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Your Questions About New Niches

James asks…

How will elements of the eco-village be used to recreate niches?

I just need to know a few elements that can help recreate niches in an eco-village

New Niche Finder answers:

What eco-village would this be then?

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Ken asks…

What are the demands and desires of today’s sexiest women and how to satisfy them through a niche product?

Having a passion about dealing with the most beautiful women through my own online business, I am looking for such a niche product or service that could serve as a perfect solution for satisfying all the desires, wishes and demands of today’s woman.
Any of your ideas, thoughts and/or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Many thanks.

New Niche Finder answers:

“perfect solution for satisfying all the desires, wishes and demands of today’s woman”

There isn’t enough time (or money) in the world.

Donald asks…

What are the niches of.. algae, duckweed, salvinia, and elodea?

What are the niches of.. algae, duckweed, salvinia, and elodea?
May you please help? D:
Thank you!

New Niche Finder answers:

All of these are aquatic photosynthesizers. So part of their niche is as a producer of oxygen and remover (sink) for carbon dioxide.

All are generally eaten by other aquatic organisms.

Duckweed, Salvinia, and some algaes float on the water’s surface, so they provide shade to cool the water beneath them (and cool water holds more oxygen than warm).

All remove excess nutrients (nitrate, phosphate) from the water.

These can also serve as hiding places and spawning areas (as tangled filaments of algae, roots for duckweed and Salvinia, or small whorls of leaves of Elodea) for fish fry, aquatic insects, and the microorganisms they eat.

William asks…

Where to find quality articles in my niche?

Can anyone quide me to where to find a quality articles on a particular niche?

Thanks

New Niche Finder answers:

If you tell us your “niche” we can point you in the direction you seek.

Jenny asks…

where is the sound concentrated after reflection from the back wall of the niche?

A large church has a niche in one wall. On the floor plan it appears as a semicircular indentation of radius 2.91 m. A worshiper stands on the center line of the niche, 2 m out from its deepest point, and whispers a prayer. Answer in units of meters.

New Niche Finder answers:

3,82 meter.
From the center of the semicircle, if the source moves forward, the ‘knot’ of the result will move backwards.

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