permanent water

permanent water

[′pər·mə·nənt ′wȯd·ər]
(hydrology)
A source of water that remains constant throughout the year.
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Invitation to tender: Regulatory and permanent water analyzes
The Qiraf area, located in the Sop west of the Wilayat of Sadah is characterised by permanent water pools.
The result is the persistent call for sedentarisation, enclosures, provision of permanent water sources and the restriction of livestock numbers to the perceived and not scientific carrying-capacity of the land.
It inhabits large, permanent water bodies, such as swamps, ponds and lakes, where it is usually found along the water's edge.
In addition, the Cabinet reviewed a letter by HE the Minister of Energy and Industry, who is also the chairman of the Permanent Water Resources Committee, on the committee's recommendation in light of Public Works Authority's plans to deal with the issue of shallow and surface groundwater.
Threaded throughout is the story of a twice-yearly event called 'rockhole recovery'; trips that involve numerous days of four-wheel drive travel to a series of permanent water sources and Dreaming sites.
SPS also supplies both temporary and permanent water treatment solutions to virtually all of the UK's water utility companies.
In 2015, RAK FTZ has undergone major infrastructure developments, which included the opening of 100 new warehouses with permanent water and electricity supply; the launching of its state-of-the-art District Cooling Plant; and the inauguration of its Boulevard Business Centre in Downtown Dubai to be more convenient for clients and investors in other emirates.
The ICRC said it also helped lay a permanent water system in Taluksangay in September, benefiting 4,000 people.
Sur, Nov 30 (ONA) A contract was signed at Sur Industrial Area of the Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE) between Al Shorouq Cement Products and Egyptian Contractors & CO LLC for the supply of ready mix concrete to the pipeline from Wadi Dhaiqah in Quriyat to the permanent water tank in the Governorate of Muscat at a cost of RO1.
Mr Dallimore said: "Tiger Mosquitoes in particular don't require permanent water bodies to complete their life cycle but instead favour temporary pools of water such as those that collect in old tyres and even in discarded cans.
I want to tell you that the two projects have been approved and in the coming months San Miguelito will have permanent water 24 hours a day, seven days a week and every house in the district will be connected to the sewerage system," said the president.

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