perennial stream

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perennial stream

[pə′ren·ē·əl ′strēm]
(hydrology)
A stream which contains water at all times except during extreme drought.
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This perennial river is fed by melting snow in the summer months and rainwater in the monsoon season.
Though Kaveri provides the flashpoint, there are many perennial river water disputes in the country.
Those supporting the protests say the Thamirabarani will not remain a perennial river if it is indiscriminately exploited.
The project is based on a perennial river system and the supply of water has been determined to be adequate, given the water treaty arrangements.
KUWAIT, Aug 5 (KUNA) -- Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) signed a KD 4-million (USD 13,6 million) agreement loan with Chad to help fund rice production in the Chari-Logone perennial river system.
This river, like Ravi, is also not a perennial river and that's why we are studying this project.
Flooding which could rise to few meters could be attributed to the proximity of perennial river creek system, poor drainage facility, inherently low lying area, proximity to coastal area, heavily silted river or creek, and encroachment along natural drainage channels," he said.
Since Fresh water is a finite resource, which without appropriate consideration given to its quantity and quality it will not support development activities particularly in perennial river basin.
It is the only perennial river flowing through the world renowned Masai Mara National Reserve and Serengeti National Park.
Logha Group come in Pune with its new launch project Codename Contour 9 on the banks of the perennial river Pavana.
In most cases, because of the lack of regulations and procedures, managers are forced to apply perennial river management principles when making decisions about the ecological status of temporary rivers, and when undertaking measures such as water allocation, river engineering, effluent discharge and restoration; and 3.
Banswara, the tribe-dominated district where the perennial river Mahi flows is experiencing a drought and has recorded lower-than-average rains this year -- even at the peak of the monsoon season.