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tonne

a unit of mass equal to 1000 kg or 2204.6 pounds

tonne

(tun) (metric ton) A unit of mass equal to 1000 kilograms and close to the long ton (1016 kg, 2240 lb).

tonne

[tən]
(mechanics)
A unit of mass in the metric system, equal to 1000 kilograms or to approximately 2204.62 pound mass. Also known as metric ton; millier; ton; tonneau.

tonne

A metric ton; a unit of mass equal to 1000 kilograms (approximately 2205 pounds).
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Measured sediment flux averaged across the Stemple Creek watershed was 0.015 ton per acre per year (0.03 megagram per hectare per year).
Most of the WQS testcrosses had lower ADL and higher milk yield per megagram DM than TMF113.
The percentages of SO[C.sub.4] and SO[C.sub.3] were multiplied by TC to obtain C (in megagrams per hectare) derived from Eucalyptus (SO[C.sub.3]) and cane (SO[C.sub.4]) vegetation in each soil layer.
The amount of substitute fuel to be recycled is 4,000 to 5,000 megagrams (mg) per year.
Incorporating vegetation type improved biomass estimation (R[sup.2] improved from 0.77 to 0.83) and decreased RMSE by 10% from 199.6 to 178.4 megagrams (Mg) per acre (80.8 to 72.2 Mg per hectare).
Five megagrams poultry litter, which contained 42 g [kg.sup.-1] total N (TN), was applied to a 1 ha field.
All harvests were made at the mature seed stage, and dry weights were expressed as megagrams per hectare.
The order includes the sorting and recycling of a variable quantity (about 4 500 megagrams per year) lightweight packaging and fabric-like non-packaging (r share) from the recycling bin of the city of cologne for the years 2019 to 2020.
In a field trial with relatively high fumigant application rates, manure incorporation at 5 and 10 tons per acre (12.4 and 24.7 megagrams per hectare) did not reduce emissions (Gao, Qin, et al.
The crop is grown on about 24.7 million hectares world wide with an estimated total production of 34.1 million megagrams in shell and an average productivity of 1.38 Mg [ha.sup.-1] (FAO, 2002).
A subsample of kernels was taken after threshing and weighed to determine fresh weight and then oven dried at 75[degrees]C to adjust grain yield to megagrams per hectare at the standard 120 g [kg.sup.-1] moisture content as used in Mexico.