Like a troll at the foot of the bridge, the ion depletion zone
prevents salt from passing through, resulting in the production of freshwater.
The expansion of depletion zone
to the eastern parts of the city highlights contributing role of permeable land to aquifer recharge of the city.
The depletion zone
continued to grow deeper but with a different pattern depending on the soil water stress level.
A depletion zone
has historically been identified at the nearby Golden Crown reef being non-economic at surface, only reaching commercial grades below 100m vertical depth.
The Yanai model assumes a steady-state depletion zone
around roots and is most appropriate for established roots.
As the depletion zone
edge moves back towards the P/N junction, it meets the outgoing ionized carrier pulse, which is then collected earlier than in the small-signal case where there is no depletion zone
Gold mineralization at Old Glory is associated with sericite alteration in a strong sodium depletion zone
The mineralization is contained within a large sodium depletion zone
semi-coincident with a potassium radiometric anomaly (potassium radiometric anomalies occur over Hemlo and Winston Lake).
Two drill holes are planned in the 2011 program to test for sulphides below the interpreted depletion zone
Some of the known gold lodes also show depletion zones
closer to surface.
Microbial roles in global change include producing and consuming atmospheric gases that affect climate; mobilizing toxic elements such as mercury, arsenic, and selenium; and producing toxic algal blooms and creating oxygen depletion zones
in lakes, rivers, and coastal environments (eutrophication).
Microbial roles in global change include producing and consuming atmospheric gases that affect climate; mobilizing toxic elements such as mercury, arsenic and selenium; and producing toxic algal blooms and creating oxygen depletion zones
in lakes, rivers and coastal environments (eutrophication).