source area

source area

[′sȯrs ‚er·ē·ə]
(geology)
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Contract notice: Planning and construction supervision services for the realization of the transformation of the middle pader source area of ?
This hands-on computer-based course will demonstrate how to use WinSLAMM to utilize source area stormwater controls to maintain or create a hydrologically functional landscape that mimics natural watersheds' hydrologic functions (volume, frequency, recharge, and discharge).
The source area for the Wajid is not clearly defined, with some geologists saying it to be from elevated eastern areas adjacent to the Hadhramaut Arch of south-eastern Yemen.
Shiyan City serves as a core water source area on the middle route of the project.
Among the topics are the earliest ceramic sequence at the site of Pukara, ceramic changes and cultural transformations at Paucarcolla-Santa Barbara, spatial and temporal variations in stone raw material provisioning in the Chivay obsidian source area, above-ground tombs in the circum-Titicaca Basin, and the ancient raised fields of the Taraco region.
The targeted BIF is part of the Robinson Range Formation and is mostly under colluvium cover and represents a potentially new source area for the project.
Many parcels of water circulated in and out of the source area.
Extending this technique to field, landscape, and small watershed scales will contribute to testing and validating phosphorus management strategies, including critical source area management.
All source area centroids falling inside a particular polygon (target area) are then assigned to that polygon.
This is why the south has become a masis for extremists and the source area for inter-ethnic conflicts, Minister Kongantiev said.
The availability of nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide downwind of a source area controls the concentrations of ozone that can be formed photochemically.
It advocated a multi-barrier approach to the protection of drinking water supplies, which would begin with source area protection (O'Connor 2002).