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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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Teh, Cimatu's point person for mining, said she will sit down with the MGB and the DENR's Legal Department to resolve the pending appeals, starting with the legal basis of the show cause orders, and a thorough discussion that will revolve around the definition of watershed and the areas that are supposed to be closed to mining under various laws and policies, including their rules and regulation.
Fazal Maken, welcomed participants specially from Nepal and Sri Lanka and said that training Workshop on improving skills for promoting sustainable watershed management practices in South Asia will be a source of effective skill development on improved watershed management practices, strengthening regional linkages, especially with Nepal and Sri Lanka.
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Thus appropriate watershed analysis is vital to surmount this problem [2].
My practice in general land use planning within the watershed is to assign urban and agricultural activities to slopes below 18 percent; mining, forestry and grazing to 18-50-percent slopes; and protection forest to slopes above 50 percent.
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A denuded watershed contributes to depleted water source and less irrigation supply to farmlands.
Watersheds are critical for sustainable development and subsequent management of water based socio-economics at command areas.
Large blueways such as the Connecticut River watershed are extremely important not only as nurseries for biodiversity and filtration systems for fresh water supplies, but also as outdoor recreational outlets for millions of all-too-cooped-up Americans.
A national water quality initiative has been launched to improve impaired watersheds in two Arkansas counties.
Federal and state regulations governing public drinking water require DCR to develop plans for managing and protecting state reservoirs and associated watershed lands.
25 to 132 acres), data have been collected from multiple larger watersheds and rain gauges on private land in the nearby Brushy Creek watershed.