seasonal recovery

seasonal recovery

[′sēz·ən·əl ri′kəv·ə·rē]
(hydrology)
Recharge of groundwater during and after a wet season, with a rise in the level of the water table.
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The slide was mainly driven by palm oil, whose price dropped to a 5-month low, reflecting a seasonal recovery in production in Southeast Asia combined with subdued global import demand.
8 percent, led by palm oil, which saw subdued global import demand and a seasonal recovery in production in Indonesia and Malaysia.
The researchers found that this movement led to a drop in precipitation, which, when coupled with additional warming caused by rapid ice loss, saw a sharp decline in the local glaciers, with no seasonal recovery.
Strong sequential operating income improvement was driven by seasonal recovery in the North Sea and Russia as well as improved activity in Latin America and Asia.
Seasonal recovery in cement demand is still not evident as total dispatches seem to be constant repeatedly.
In a November research report, the investment bank Bear Stems indicated that "the PC market is showing a weaker and later seasonal recovery than normal, but it is showing a seasonal pickup, nonetheless.
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