alluvial soil

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alluvial soil

a young soil derived from river, estuarine or marine deposits, and having a high fertility.
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Through Alluvium, Augury said it becomes the first industrial analytics company to provide both mechanical and operational insights on a unified platform to provide a holistic view of an operation.
Furthermore, the publish observation data shows that water level is depleting here with a rate of 1m/year in south and 1.5m/year in north in unconsolidated alluvium while carbonate depletion rate is 4-6m/year.
The other half of the alluvium groundwater samples, mostly from relative deeper depths, belong to the Mg-Cl-S[O.sub.4] and Na-Cl groups, and similar to the deep borehole samples, their chemistry indicates no modern recharge, dissolution of evaporites and silicate minerals.
The main aquifer under the Maghnia plain is the Plio-Quaternary alluvium with the Miocene marls forming the substratum.
In this study, three logical phases were followed to locate productive local groundwater aquifers in alluvium sedimentary basins that are prone for recharge in the Petra region:
This paper is aimed to assess the liquefaction potential of river alluvium (as discussed in the following section) at Diamer Basha dam site considering the above mentioned values of seismic parameters as input in the liquefaction analysis.
In Sailing to Alluvium, Junior Ray and his friend Voyd have decided to buddy up as "diktectives," since they worked so well together in their previous adventure, recounted in Yazoo Blues.
The structure was found by an unusual blip on sonar while scanning the lake to uncover the origins of alluvium pebbles in the area believed to have been deposited by the ancient Yavniel Creek--the precursor to the Jordan River south of the lake.
Finally, spectral angle mapper (SAM), supervised maximum-likelihood classifications (MLL) and Mixture-Tuned Matched Filtering (MTMF) were performed on the VNIR and SWIR data to map rhyolites, alluvium, sandstone, shale and carbonates.
Cesium-137 Profiles in Post-settlement Alluvium, Eastern Ottawa County, Michigan: Is Alluvium a Significant Carbon Sink in Terrestrial Ecosystems?
"The idea is that the gravel we're seeing is alluvium coming down from the rim of the crater," he said.