ash field

ash field

[′ash ‚fēld]
(geology)
A thick, extensive deposit of volcanic ash. Also known as ash plain.
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David Bateson OBE, Executive Principal, Ash Field Academy and Carlton Digby School, Vice Chair, Federation of Leaders in Special Education and Chair, National SEND Forum
When those shots were fired near the Tom Ash field in May, it would not have been all that unusual if the community had given up and walked away.
Due to the small amount of water the flow of ash slurry across the ash field gets worse.
The result stands and the sides battle it out in the second leg at Ash field tomorrow.
Steele said as a parent who has had three children play ball in the city, he wants to see baseball resumed at the Tom Ash Field.
Meanwhile, Glasgow will open their Ash field campaign with a repeat of last year's international challenge against Swedes Valsarna.
Cambuslang will be hampered by the absence of key defender Brian Martin through suspension at Ash field and Rob Roy entertain Shettleston, who look likely to be missing John Dickson.
These conditions are presumably similar to those existing in the deeper layers of the ash field.
When speaking of the environmental hazard of oil shale power plants, one main question that arises is the problem of ash field water.
Interestingly enough, the Estonian Power Plant where the areas of ash field and sediment ponds are smaller (in total ~8.
The goal of his dissertation was to analyze the current situation at Estonian oil shale fired power plants by determining the boiler efficiencies, ash flows, chemical ash composition, specific emissions, fine particulates, trace metals and ash behavior in ash fields by different combustion technologies.