stream load

stream load

[′strēm ‚lōd]
(geology)
Solid material transported by a stream.
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Even if you have low speed problems, let the video stream load and then begin to view it.
In this study, the authors analyze the current composition of Tehran's generated waste and make some practical recommendations in order to reduce the waste stream load directed towards land.
3u standards and employs a unique management scheme for the integrated 32kB SRAM FIFO memory to adaptively allocate memory depending on the data stream load and direction all without host or software driver intervention for reduced host MIPS requirements and lower packet latency.
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Findings published in the 1 August 2005 issue of Environmental Science & Technology suggest, in fact, that coal tar-based parking lot sealant may be a major contributor to stream loads of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, including many known carcinogens.
Unless riparian forest densities stabilize at the site potential for extended periods of time in the absence of catastrophe, the stream loads will likely experience almost continual aggradation and ablation.
A strong positive correlation was found between nitrate and stream loads of fecal coliforms (p = .