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riverine

(rĭv′ə-rīn′, -rēn′)
adj.
1. Relating to or resembling a river.
2.
a. Located on or inhabiting the banks of a river; riparian: a riverine settlement.
b. Relating to a system of inland wetlands and deep-water habitats associated with nontidal flowing water, characterized by the absence of trees, shrubs, or emergent vegetation.
3. Operating on or equipped to operate on rivers: riverine units of the Marine Corps.
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The main objectives of the proposed forests policy are governance of the forestry, climate change mitigation and ecosystem service and riverine forests and irrigation plantation under which investment in environmental forestry areas would be encouraged.
He termed the eco-degradation the main cause of increasing riverine floods, sea-level rise, higher than average temperatures, a higher frequency of droughts and expanding desertification.
The villagers claim that more than 20 sand mining projects exist in the area where dried patches of riverine paths were covered in wild shrubs, suggesting a shrinking waterline.
Navy's Coastal Riverine Force provide port and harbor security, high value asset protection and maritime security operations in coastal and inland waterways.
The CM also appreciated the Sindh Forest Department on successful mangrove-plantation spanning over the last two decades and directed the department to come up with a dynamic strategy for forest rehabilitation in riverine and irrigated plantation areas of the province.
The article approaches the subject in three parts, each building toward an understanding of riverine operations in the modern context.
Moreover, while it draws general conclusions about the Vietnam riverine conflict, the book stops well before the US withdrawal from South Vietnam and therefore does not touch upon the significant SEALORDS campaign or the hand-over to the Vietnamese.
However, while it is descriptive of many areas throughout Australia, I argue that it does not allow for the complexities involved in describing groups such as those along the central Murray riverine, where mutually intelligible dialects of the same language were no barrier to overarching social structures and shared cultural ceremonies and beliefs.
One of the decrees was made to restructure the SPLA to comprise of three commands, namely the Ground Force, Air Force and Air Defense and the Riverine Unit.
Enerzone Engineering Services, are providing Consultancy Services to IWTDC (Inland Water Transport Development Company), entity of the Punjab provincial government for first of its type of prestigious Riverine Navigation Project in River Indus.
The vegetal landscape of riverine forest bordering streams of course, has a character linked to the high volatility of the intermittence of the latter.
General comparisons of riverine versus impounded stations were made by averaging IBI and QHEI scores from all sampling events at a given station.