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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The experience of several countries, especially developed societies, indicates that accountability is most effective when administered through a steady process like a perennial stream. Spurts of accountability campaigns like hill torrents may serve some timely political purpose but they do not address the curse of corruption.
Gunstock Brook is a perennial stream 6.44 miles in length that begins at the elevation of approximately 1,300ft near Piper Mountain, and outlets into Sanders Bay of Lake Winnipesaukee.
Where possible without leaving Weyerhaeuser land ownership, downstream reaches were selected in perennial stream segments.
The Las Vegas Wash (Wash), prior to development of the greater Las Vegas area, was a perennial stream serving as the primary drainage for the Las Vegas Valley (Duan and Scott, 2007).
There was a very small perennial stream about 150 ft.
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.
Snow Creek is a perennial stream. During the time specimens were collected, pools in the creek ranged from 2 to 3 feet in depth.
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.
Located within 20 miles (32 kilometers) of the U.S./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.
More importantly, every shola is a watershed draining into a perennial stream or river.