hydric


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hy·dric

(hī'drik),
Relating to hydrogen in chemical combination.

hy·dric

(hī'drik)
Relating to hydrogen in chemical combination.
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From this review, hydrological and hydrogeological variables were taken, which use different theoretical models through the application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process AHP -(Saaty, 1980; Arape, 2002) and an expert panel formed by professionals in different areas with experience in hydric resources in surface and groundwater.
Furthermore this kind of interface's hydric resistance depends on several factors like the water/cement ratio and curing conditions.
The Biorefuge expressions incline upwards from accessible water contact through hydric to mesic conditions.
We should also mention the connection between climate and agriculture, relevant though the fact that the variations of the plant productions correspond to the years that registered a hydric deficit or water surplus.
Now, the origin of this norm--which includes the hydric resource--has several perspectives: 1) those posing the economic analysis ignoring the political processes that influence on the regulation (Laffont and Tirole, 1993; Romer and Rosenthal, 1987), processes that for Keohane, Revesz, and Stavins (1998) constitute the side of the supply of the regulation; 2) those examining the preferences of private industry for regulation and assume that the preferences of individuals prevail (Buchanan and Tullock, 1975), and 3) those considering a model of decisions, where resources can be assigned according to the pressures of interest groups competing for the assignation (Becker, 1983).
Since 1989, the WPC continues to bring together the masters who are tasked to blend sugar, ice, chocolate, and fruit--with three showpieces made of sculpted hydric ice, chocolate, and sugar, a frozen dessert, a chocolate dessert, and a plate of desserts typical of the country represented, all to be accomplished in ten hours.
Besides, the temporal structure of the hydric balance sheet of this lake is more complicated.
Facing increasing demand, though the share of renewable energies such as hydric power, wind, solar and biomass were increasing, it still cannot be concluded that "we can very soon totally rely on renewable energies," Birol said.
These curves will allow to establish in the social process the ecological conditions desired, depending on a hydrologic alteration or a specific hydric utilization associated with every stream group.
Calmatui River presenting an intermittent hydric regime (dries every year) in the superior course, but permanently in the middle and inferior courses due to the contribution received from underground waters.