moisture adjustment

moisture adjustment

[′mȯis·chər ə‚jəs·mənt]
(meteorology)
The adjustment of observed precipitation in a storm by the ratio of the estimated probable maximum precipitable water over the basin under study to the actual precipitable water calculated for the particular storm.
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Group 1 (Potato pulp A) : This included four treatments consisting of pre-silage material without moisture adjustment (control, PP1) and material adjusted with wheat bran (absorbent) to three different moisture levels (PP2, PP3 and PP4).
Control, without moisture adjustment (PPC); adjusted with wheat bran to two moisture levels (PPWB 1 and PPWB 2); adjusted with dried beet pulp to two moisture levels (PPBP 1 and PPBP 2); and adjusted with wheat straw to two moisture levels (PPWS 1 and PPWS 2).
5) DKM, DKS, DKL, DN, daikon by-product without moisture adjustment (D); DA and DWS, DBH, DBP, DWB, (D) adjusted to moisture levels with wheat straw, bean stalks, dried beet pulp and wheat bran, respectively.