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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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8 shows that at irrigation water salinity of more than 6 dS/m, the crop yield reaches almost zero.
4] increases obviously and the water salinity may be very high.
Levels of water salinity have a clear seasonal pattern (Rahman and Ravenscroft 2003) due to rainfall patterns and upstream withdrawal of freshwater (owing to the operation of the Farakka Barrage, which the Indian government uses to regulate flow on the Ganges) during the drier months.
Al-Quds' front page published a UN report warning of an upcoming disaster due to the increase in water salinity and pollution in the Gaza Strip.
au is to educate our young and impressionable minds about the impact people and cities have on their environment, and methods to treat water salinity.
Numbers in plain type refer to measurements on cores, those in italic type within parentheses to measurements with minirhizotrons Irrigation water salinity (dS/m): Groundwater salinity (dS/m) 1 2 4 Ultimate root depth (cm) 2 47 (50) 41 (45) 33 (35) 6 42 (45) 35 (40) 30 (31) 8 32 (35) 30 (33) 22 (24) RLD, [L.
These projects rely mainly on planting grass, alleviating the water shortage and addressing the irrigation water salinity problem in the Al Batinah Region and Salalah plain.
The NEERI report says reduction of ground water salinity and improvement in the water table have only been " partially attained".
Part A, on natural resources in agriculture, contains sections on management of water salinity, management of water resources, and the role of resources in the development of the agricultural sector and the economy as a whole.
The highest water salinity levels were found in the Dahiyeh suburbs, which by no small coincidence also has the highest population density in Beirut.
In states like California, chronic irrigation leads to increases in both soil and water salinity.
225 percent) on 576 one-day-old male broiler chicks (Ross) under water salinity stress.