channel pattern

channel pattern

[′chan·əl ‚pad·ərn]
(hydrology)
The configuration of a limited reach of a river channel as seen in plan view from an airplane.
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The first and second realizations in the fourth assimilation capture the S-shaped channel pattern of the reference model.
We can conclude that after sixth-path channel pattern we have strong attenuation, so there is not a signal reception.
100 to 200 feet) are likely to be insufficiently wide to restore the original meandering channel pattern to a lowland stream.
channel pattern in their peripheral nervous system, where myelin is intact, is normal, and the sodium channels are, as expected, concentrated at the nodes of Ranvier, while in the central system the channels are not localized at the nodes but randomly scattered.
By specifying a minimum time that the channel pattern must be stable the total skew plus one sample period, for example if triggering occurs, you can be sure that the desired state actually was reached.
Eventually, however, sediments filled in the grooves, obscuring this bypass channel pattern and contributing to the drowning of the platform blocks.
Construction process is to construct the new channel pattern. Concrete sill and building foundation shall be removed and disposed of on site.
It would be highly risky (and time consuming) to speculate on anything more than a reasonable retracement within the rising trend channel pattern. We will cancel all open orders by the middle of the US session on Friday.
It is about 520 km long and exhibits variable channel patterns. It is usually divided into three geomorphological distinct reaches [37].
After studying a computer simulation of channel patterns generated by tidal flow across a partially vegetated landscape, the team suggests that the more densely the vegetation grows, the larger the number of erosion channels that will develop in any particular area and the more erosion there will be overall.
This is quite a long section and provides a good background in fluvial geomorphology, including excellent discussions of channel patterns, river behaviour and adjustment, temporal changes and the response of rivers to human disturbance.