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interflow

[′in·tər‚flō]
(hydrology)
The water, derived from precipitation, that infiltrates the soil surface and then moves laterally through the upper layers of soil above the water table until it reaches a stream channel or returns to the surface at some point downslope from its point of infiltration.
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Interflow will operate and handle all aspects of marketing and promotional activities of the mall.
It is noted, however, that simplified assumptions that equalize total precipitation to the direct runoff while ignoring the effect of interception, evapotranspiration and infiltration, and the velocity difference between the surface flow and interflow between the hill slope and channel can contribute to error in predicting the flood spreadness (Rigon et al.
Pesticides contaminate water, air, plants, food and ultimately in to human via, runoff and subsurface drainage; interflow and leaching; and the transfer of mineral nutrients and pesticides from soils into the plants and animals that constitute the human food chain (Abrahams 2002).
Caption: Figure 2: Adopted flowchart of the XAJ model [50], where WU, WL, and WD represent the upper, lower, and deep soil layers' areal mean tension water storage, respectively; EU, EL, and ED stand for the upper, lower, and deep soil layers' evapotranspiration output, respectively; S is the areal mean free water storage; a is the portion of the subcatchment which is currently producing runoff; IMP is the factor of impervious area in a catchment; RB is the direct runoff produced from the small portion of impervious area; R is the total runoff generated from the model with surface runoff (RS), interflow (RI), and groundwater runoff (RG) components, respectively.
In this reading, the overlap and interflow of bless (ing) and curse(ing) are important to uphold.
A veteran of Pakistan advertising sector, Mansoor joins Orient from a short stint at Interflow but more so from JWT Pakistan, which he led as CEO since 2000.
There is hardly the case of reverse emergency supplies flow or interflow between emergency supplies provision sites or emergency supplies distribution centers due to time limit and difficulties of collection activities, coordination problem between provision sites under different administrative divisions, and difficulty in resource allocation.
(ii) No evaporation, raining and interflow of water takes place.
In this case, the routers of both links AB and CD to avoid interflow interference would use just one (01) radio to establish a link through one channel with its neighbor.
The session was chaired by senior media person Taher Khan (Interflow) with Seema Taher Khan (Airwaves) as the presenter and Arshad Zubeiri (Business Recorder), Mohammad Aslam Kazi (Sindh TV and daily Kavish), Azhar Abbas (Geo News) among other panelists.
He has also previ- ously worked as resident director for Interflow Communications and as a strategy and advertising consultant for Pepsi Snacks in Pakistan.
The jet hydrodynamic radiators (HDR) are the devices where part of kinetic energy of submerged flow is transformed to pulsations of internal interflow area and flow shell fluctuations.