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run·off

(rŭn'awf),
Delayed part of the angiographic examination of a vascular bed, to show small artery patency.
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No trick works every time in politics, but runoff challengers have knocked off some incumbents in recent years, like Republicans U.
Some entities establish separate departments internally to do so while others outsource management of the runoff to a company that offers this service.
Most plots with adjusted Colwell P less than zero had runoff TP below our target of 0.
D candidate who was completing his studies at the ARS laboratory in Oxford, decided to investigate whether drainage ditches could help mitigate nutrient loads in field runoff.
Although such information exists in situations where particulate P dominates P in runoff, there is no such information for situations where runoff P is almost exclusively dissolved.
In contrast to the increasing trend of runoff volume, Vieux and Needham (1993) found that the total runoff volume predicted from the AGNPS pollution model decreases with increasing cell size.
Eighth Circuit: In Group 4, Stephen Pennypacker and Stan Griffis made the runoff with 44 and 36.
Even though the model generates runoff values for each rainfall event, the values are summed for each year to produce total annual runoff yield.
Dilks says the site was generally flat but was graded at 1 percent to help direct water away from the piles of recyclable metals and toward the nine catch-basin drains collecting runoff.
In urban areas, anywhere from thirty to forty percent of the rainfall runs right into whatever stream is in the area, and in heavily urbanized areas it can be more than fifty percent," he explains (by comparison, he says, the amount of runoff in subsaturated woodlands is often less than 5%).
Studies by EPA and others have shown that cost-effective technologies are available to control and manage polluted runoff from construction and development sites.
The average nutrient concentrations in runoff from the mulch treatments were highest during the initial rainfall simulation in 2002, when the mulches were fresh, and decreased after a year.