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stream channel

[′strēm ‚chan·əl]
(geology)
A long, narrow, sloping troughlike depression where a natural stream flows or may flow. Also known as streamway.
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Also, the areas where the stream channel had been significantly widened was accumulating substantial amounts of sediment.
Current officers and members of SW-25, including those with work highlighted in this special section, invite everyone interested in this new group to join us at the 2012 Annual International Meeting in Dallas, Texas, July 29 through August 1, and help continue to build the foundation for an exciting future of stream and stream channel work with ASABE.
The stream channel has begun to take shape and adjust itself favorably within the stream banks.
To study older earthquakes, researchers turn to offset landforms such as stream channels which cross the fault at a high angle.
As part of this natural stream channel design approach, a spreadsheet routine has been developed that provides a basis for the spacing and sizing of pools and steps, depending mainly on stream gradient.
Through design and reconstruction, the Cordero Rojo mine relocated a portion of the Belle Fourche River and reclaimed the stream channel to provide approximately the same conditions as premining.
Louis, MO office created the live stream channel titled "Teemodies", on their spare time streaming every instance in game when Teemo dies.
There is a great sense of joy and fulfillment in my heart seeing the restored spring with the stream channel flowing in the location the Great Spirit intended it to go rather than the man-made direction.
Zone 1 of the RFBS is an area of permanent forest vegetation immediately adjacent to the stream channel and encompassing at least the entire stream channel system.
More recently, Kuhnle has been working on a new technique to measure sediment movement along a stream channel, using an acoustic distance-measuring device.