source area

source area

[′sȯrs ‚er·ē·ə]
(geology)
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The Wells G&H Superfund Site contains five source area properties within an approximately 330-acre area located in Woburn MA.
In the assessment of the probability of rockfall propagation, the analysis with the ELA of 38[degrees] covered the area closest to the rockfall source area.
Temporal changes in the depositional environment, tectonic setting, geology of the source area are frequently considered as some of the main factors controlling the characteristics of river sediments (Blank and Margolis, 1975; Anderson and Ashley, 1991; Ehrmann et al.
The source area for the Wajid is not clearly defined, with some geologists saying it to be from elevated eastern areas adjacent to the Hadhramaut Arch of south-eastern Yemen.
The four colors are emitted from a nearly coincident source area, which is crucial for light-beam forming in many optical applications.
According to the EPA, the agency proposes to treat thenon-aqueous phase liquid consisting of fuel oil comingled with TCE (about 40,500 cubic yards), in the one-acre source area beneath the former plant using electrical resistance heating, a technology that heats the material.
Shiyan City serves as a core water source area on the middle route of the project.
Sediment maturity is a measured by transportation distance/time from the source area to the depositional site.
Among the topics are the earliest ceramic sequence at the site of Pukara, ceramic changes and cultural transformations at Paucarcolla-Santa Barbara, spatial and temporal variations in stone raw material provisioning in the Chivay obsidian source area, above-ground tombs in the circum-Titicaca Basin, and the ancient raised fields of the Taraco region.
Versatile, robust and easy to maintain, the systems enable front opening access to the source area, and are designed to ensure that the quadruple analyzer is not disturbed during source cleaning.
Many parcels of water circulated in and out of the source area.