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From: barb daniels (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 31 2000 - 16:09:01 EST
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barb daniels wrote:
> When daylight savings time comes, the time is the only thing that is
> changing and not the sun. If there was no daylight savings time the
> photoperiod would still be the same. The times given for tje sunrise and
> sunset may be set at different times, but the photoperiod would be the
> same amount that day. From Erik, Cassie L., and Kathrina at North Albany
> Elem. Albany, OR.
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