Wind patterns are represented using a pattern of 10,000 animated streamlets
The vegetable gardens are located in the rural and urban areas of the municipalities and the water used in them comes from shallow, artesian or tube wells, mines, streamlets
and public water supply systems.
2) Organisms were considered as terrestrial if they grew on the soil and in its upper layers, in soil and mud sediments on the bottom of small puddles (at depths of less than 5 cm), or in minute streamlets
and larger water bodies fed by meltwater.
The next step was to flag an approximate route, with final alignment during the wet months of last winter to ensure that seasonal changes in streamlet
water levels were taken into account.
0 mm) size range] were launched by streamlets
of water flowing from one tidal pool to another and entraining dry beach sediment.
According to my old bird book grey wagtails are birds of rocky streamlets
, rivers, ponds and woodland brooks, a far cry from the puddles of early morning car parks, flat roof tops, wasteland and docks where they can also be found today.
The history of modern art we now see is a complex network of crisscrossing streams and streamlets
rather than a single mighty river, flowing forever between the banks of time.
Field observations were carried out using road cuts, erosion cuts of streamlets
, augering, and excavation pits.
But he becomes increasingly animated as we slosh across new streamlets
, find wild fruits, and pause at trailside waterfalls swollen to grand, thundering cascades that roar down dark gulches.
He appears to have struck the rock, and the water flowed; we do not see it led with pain and toil from distant sources, through miry channels, and by feeble streamlets
into its true bed.
If you take a seat in this gentle waterfalls, hundreds of streamlets
flutter across your body like ribbons.
This is accomplished through intelligent requests of successive unique optimal streamlets
sent by a client device.