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flu·men

, pl.

flu·mi·na

(flū'men, flū'min-ă),
A flowing, or stream.
Synonym(s): stream
[L.]
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stream

(strem)
A steady flow of a liquid.

cathode stream

Negatively charged electrons emitted from a cathode and accelerated in a straight line to interact with an anode. X-ray photons are then produced.
See: Bremsstrahlung radiation; ray, cathode
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flu·men

, pl. flumina (flū'mĕn, -mi-nă)
A flowing, or stream.
Synonym(s): stream.
[L.]
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Fragmentation of an intermittent stream during seasonal drought: intra- and interannual patterns and biological consequences.
Hennepin clay loam and Morley silt loam are common along the very steeply to strongly sloping hillsides and drainageways and along the intermittent stream. Sloan clay loam, which is very poorly drained, is found throughout the floodplain and along the length of the stream.
A survey of assemblages of fish in intermittent streams was conducted to determine if northern leatherside utilize this seasonally available habitat.
This study was conducted to examine the fish assemblage structure of Sister Grove Creek, an intermittent stream in north-central Texas.
Daniel Allen, an assistant professor in the University of Oklahoma's biology department, has a four-year, $500,000 research grant to examine intermittent streams in the contiguous U.S.
The Great Lakes and Mississippi River are unquestionably navigable waters used in interstate commerce, but what about inland ponds, intermittent streams, and wetlands?
We initially calculated reach lengths as 40 times the average stream width with a minimum of 160 m and a maximum of 220 m; however, in the very small intermittent streams, the longest segments between substantial changes in channel features (e.g., tributaries, nick points) were often 50-100 m, in which case we sampled the entire distance.
"By expanding the definition of WOTUS to include ditches, ephemeral and intermittent streams and wetlands and other minor water features, EPA and ACE can expand their regulatory reach onto private property and common land-use practices not previously regulated by the federal government under the CWA."
rule that increased protections on intermittent streams, so vital in trout spawns, and wetlands, like the Prairie Pothole Region, that incubate much of this country's waterfowl.
broader reading, intermittent streams would be among the waters of the

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