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interflow

[′in·tər‚flō]
(hydrology)
The water, derived from precipitation, that infiltrates the soil surface and then moves laterally through the upper layers of soil above the water table until it reaches a stream channel or returns to the surface at some point downslope from its point of infiltration.
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but also an authoritative, professional perspective and a practical international interflow platform, which the entire world will be facing, and the forum will actively facilitate IP interflow and cross-border IP trading.
The teaching resources sharing interactive platform basically include the following modulesy teaching resources management, teaching and learning management, interflow and evaluation, individual work space, system management.
Taher A Khan, Chairman, Interflow Group presented his views on 'Driving growth in the digital age - challenges & opportunities', while Syed Veqar-ul-Islam, Head of Sub-Region-Middle East Africa East, Nokia Siemens Networks, shared his thoughts on 'Emerging opportunities in the era of social media & global competition'.
Interflow Pty Limited, a company with some 75 years experience in the pipeline industry, has since 1991 been a leading provider in Australia and New Zealand of repair, rehabilitation and renewal services for deteriorated underground non-pressure pipelines.
In recent times, with the free interflow of mass-produced foreign goods, Indian dolls and toys are almost about to disappear.
Existing tenants include tanker refurbishers Interflow, vehicle reconstruction specialists Haverton Hill Refinishers, and aerofuel company Inspectorate.
The accumulation of sodium that has caused sodicity in these soils occurred at a late stage of soil development under the influence of shallow saline groundwater and interflow (Arunin 1992; Ghassemi et al.
By the time Tizon comes to present the Philippine context, where he served for a decade as a missionary in the 1990s, he has already established a pattern of interflow between the local and the global.
For outpatient facilities, Avreo interWORKS interFLOW took the top spot (88.
The interflow of horizontal groundwater to the mines has been considered in our model equal with outflow (A = 0).
the upper limit of moisture content in the surface zone (Umax), the upper limit of moisture content in the root zone (Lmax), the overland flow runoff coefficient (CQOF), Time constant for Interflow (CKIF), time constant for interflow and overland flow routing (CK1,2), the threshold value for overland flow (TOF), the root zone threshold value for interflow (TIF), the root zone threshold value for groundwater recharge (TG), and the time constant for base flow (CKBF).