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Account Balance

The amount available in an account. Simply put, the account balance is the net of all credits less all debits. A positive account balance indicates the account holder has funds available to him/her, while a negative balance indicates the holder owes money. Account balances are important in banking because they determine whether or not an account holder has money for living expenses and in margin accounts because they show whether the holder can conduct more margin transactions.
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The amount of the original loan remaining to be paid.

It is equal to the loan amount less the sum of all prior payments of principal.

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Therefore, we aimed to copy the mode of high-fat nutritional obesity, and determine AQP1 expression and related functions in the obesity, thereby providing potential cross-talk between the water balance and obesity-related kidney disease.
The Water Balance component involves the development of the Water Balance model in the Sungai Kelantan basin so that the current water resources and forecasts information can be provided 14 days ahead.
Rasmussen, R., and Coauthors, 2014: Climate change impacts on the water balance of the Colorado Headwaters: High-resolution regional climate model simulations.
According to the results, groundwater level variation can be approximately determined by water balance changes (with reverse sign).
In this context, this study aimed to evaluate the impact of climate changes on water balance and climatic zoning for the olive crop in Minas Gerais, based on the conditions of current and future climate, through different projections of climate changes.
The four methods (rainfall-runoff relationship, double mass curve, slope variation, and water balance method) were applied to identify the impacts of climate changes and human activities on runoff, and their performance was also evaluated.
This Handbook educates readers on how to reduce risks in and around the water; provides valuable information to prevent drowning, recreational water illness, suction entrapment, evisceration, diving accidents, electrocutions, chemical hazards, and slips and falls; and summarizes regulatory guidelines, disinfection, water balance, water problems, troubleshooting, chemical testing, record keeping, chemical feed, and control technology.
NAP said it received a dam safety report from an independent engineering consulting firm that reconfirmed the integrity of the containment structures at the tailings facility and that water balance levels have been restored to within permitted operating levels.
To keep the water balance at required level adverse impacts of inflow factors ( excess irrigation seepage losses from irrigation and drainage system) have to be minimized to reduce 26% extra water to be recharged.
To this end, we developed a root zone soil water balance model to determine the deep percolation from applied water (irrigation) and rainfall between soil sampling dates for comparison with changes in soil profile salinity parameters that occurred at the control and test sites.
Relative fresh weight, water uptake, water loss and water balance were recorded 2 days intervals by measuring weights of vases without flowers and of flowers separately [8].