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flowage

[′flō·ij]
(geology)
(hydrology)
Flooding of water onto adjacent land.
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Foliations in both the McMillan Flowage Formation (Baddeck River area) and Barachois River Metamorphic Suite (coastal plain area) are uniformly northerly striking, with steep to near-vertical dips.
Behaviors associated with foot waggling in Common Loons (n = 20 adults) during the breeding season (May-Aug) at Seney National Wildlife Refuge and Manistique Lake, Michigan, and Turtle Flambeau Flowage, Wisconsin, 1994-1996.
The Corps says land in the flowage easements isn't fit for human habitation because it could be needed to hold flood waters from the lake.
To avoid the soft substrate, this roadbed angled along higher ground, crossing several freshwater flowages into the estuary, and then turned directly into the marsh.
capture the natural flowage of gas; 2) one must only use reasonable
Postal Service have established international cargo sorting and distribution hubs in Anchorage because of the city's central location to world markets, expedited customs clearance, low landing fees, low fuel flowage fees and accessibility of customs agents in dedicated Foreign Trade Zones.
Airport fuel flowage fees; airport restriping contract award; update on proposed airport district; executive (nonpublic) session on real property transaction and trade and commerce matters.
3]) 20 years old than or equal to] 20 Wetlands Riverine, Wetlands not Nonforested: (Aquatic lacustrine, dominated by Wetlands Forage) or palustrine woody Beaver flowage (S[I.
Six of the original planned holes were along the White River and on land actually owned by the Corps as a flowage easement.
The terraces investigated are the result of lateral then vertical accretion of sediments during high flowage.
In Wisconsin, try the Turtle from Cedar Lake to Flambeau Flowage, about 25 miles.
In March 2009, the airport changed its rate setting methodology to a by-ordinance approach, crediting the terminal cost center with 25% of all terminal building non-airline revenues (including rental car concession revenues), and calculating landing fees based on total airfield costs less certain credits (fuel flowage, fixed base operator, ground handling revenues).