where [C.sub.w] is the water content
and NDWI is the selected vegetation index.
In order to measure the gravimetric water content
, a balance was used to measure the weight of sample at variable time intervals.
We further studied the influence of pressure and water content
on the collapsibility of loess in the Xixian New Area.
The Kevlar keeps the cartilage strong while the PVA maintains the proper water content
, even when the Kevlartilage is stretched or compressed.
Other species have seeds that are classified as intermediate, which tolerate desiccation till 1013% water content
, and exhibit a reduced viability at moisture levels lower than these (ROBERTS, 1973; HONG & ELLIS, 1996).
After documenting similar melting profiles for all of the mixtures, the scientists found that all of the samples maintained their initial water content
over 27 days.
Most of the researchers have tried controlling the temperature and water content
along with other methods to inhibit the occurrence of rice retrogradation, but they are still unable to stop it.
To record lateral's pressure head ([h.sub.L]), suction, and the correspondents soil water content
[theta](h) spatial-temporal evolutions, three measurement sites were set along the lateral: at the inlet X = 0.0 m, at the behalf X = L/2, and at the end tip X = L.
The soil volumetric water content
to a depth of 5 m was measured by a neutron probe (CNC-503B DR, ChaoNeng, China) calibrated using standard methods (Huang and Gallichand 2006; Fu et al.
Watermelon, the refreshing summer fruit with lots of water content
, is the hot buy this season.
Key statement: A rubber composition for a tire comprises 100 parts by mass of a rubber component comprising diene rubber, and from 0.5 to 20 parts by mass of pellets comprising paper powder and starch and having water content
of 5 mass % or more.