Stream Capture

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stream capture

[′strēm ‚kap·chər]
(aerospace engineering)

Stream Capture


(also stream piracy), the capture by one stream of the drainage of a nearby stream flowing in a higher set valley. The morphological characteristics of stream capture are a sharp turn in a stream and a current in the captured sector that sometimes flows counter to the slope of the terrain. Stream capture is common in mountains.

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Founded in 2014, Bubbl is a specialist in selective stream capture technology, commonly referred to as "clip-and-share."
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To statistically analyze these data, we first normalized individual stream capture data before analysis by taking the [log.sub.e](y + 1), where y = total capture count at each stream (McCune and Grace 2002), and then conducted statistical tests on these transformed data.
This suggests that stream capture in the area likely accounts for the presence of this fish, however biogeographic patterns are difficult to discern when compared with other patterns observed in the region.
Close proximity to streams inhabited by Clinch dace and the plausibility of stream capture events, combined with a lack of previous sampling in those counties, made these streams of questionable occupancy.
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suitable, or [2] possibly stream capture by drainages in close proximity
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Their presence may be the result of stream capture from Enitachopco Creek.
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