perennial stream


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perennial stream

[pə′ren·ē·əl ′strēm]
(hydrology)
A stream which contains water at all times except during extreme drought.
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Kipahulu Valley an Maui is a large and wet region and has at least three perennial stream systems where C.
Construction should only be carried out at a respectable distance from both seasonal and perennial stream courses.
Wadi Dayqah is a perennial stream with an average flow past the stream gauging station estimated at 65 million cubic metres-a-year.
The proposed project consists of nearly 80 house lots to be constructed on a patchwork of uplands surrounded by sensitive wetlands that flow into a perennial stream, which in turn flows via the Winnicut River to Great Bay.
The ephemeral stream studies are now being extended to Coochin Creek itself, to gain insights into groundwater-surface water interactions and riparian zone processes in the larger perennial stream system.
Mexico border, it boasts a 9-mile (15-km) long perennial stream and is home to a rich variety of plants and animals, including five endangered species, three threatened species, and innumerable migratory birds.
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The generated demands for municipal water caused the authorities to divert agricultural water to urban uses and resulted in drying up of the perennial streams, especially the perennial stream of Amman, and, by 1977, the city needed more water than the local resources could supply.
Valle is a perennial stream course flowing from Lake Del Valle.
TABLE 1--Location sampled (downstream perennial stream with northern leatherside, Lepidomeda copei), condition of habitat in August, distance sampled, and assemblage of fish (number of individuals collected for each species) of intermittent reaches of streams sampled in the Bear River drainage of southwestern Wyoming in summer 2011.
In an inspection of the site requested by the Rutland Conservation Commission, the DEP found discharge of sediment and silt into a perennial stream and adjacent bordering vegetated wetlands.
The conservancy paid De La Cumbre Associates $300,000 for 1 1/2 acres of scrub-covered hills and a perennial stream lined with trees.