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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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Figure 4 shows the comparison of the maximum water level in front of the simplified vehicle between experiment and simulation.
When reservoir water levels in dams are critical, they can no longer supply water for all functions such as for irrigation, power generation, and domestic use.
The post Fish threatened by low water levels in Mavrokolymbos reservoir appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
2013), followed by the unexpected loss of nearshore fish-spawning habitats and reduced capacity of regional hydropower facilities on the Great Lakes in 2012, collectively underscore the importance of understanding linkages between changes in the regional water budget and water levels, and changes in ecosystem response.
He added, 'If the lake's water levels were normal, if we were getting reasonable precipitation, I think you would see pretty heavy use of the lake.
The water level in the Danube will reach the 10-meter mark.
Army Corps of Engineers plans to lower the reser voir's water level to about 680 feet above sea level, much lower than the normal winter level of about 728 feet above sea level, from later this month through mid-January.
Exist pore water pressure potential in reservoir water is cause of water level fluctuation.
The source said that the Dam's current water level "have decreased to one-tenth of the previous water level that had decreased to 100 cubic metres from 1,000 cubic metres in past years," according to the news agency.
Thefishingsuspension at Llwyn Onn reservoir was extended by Welsh Water because the low water level has exposed steep banks and extensive areas of mud, which can prove hazardous.