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However, generation of predictions of productivity and deep drainage for the real sites from historical weather data, here constrained by measured chloride profiles, required increasing the soil evaporation term.
Her naked body was found a week later in a deep drainage shaft beneath Bathpool Park, near Kids-grove, Staffordshire.
It also shows why combining suction cup data with estimates of deep drainage from the water balance does not provide reliable estimates of leaching under oil palm.
2006), showed long-term average deep drainage of 113 mm/year for a Kandosol at St George.
Additionally, the firm will carry out deep drainage work, lay foundations, and provide external works such as car park infrastructure and ducting for CCTV and services.
Approximately 15 124 m of track, about 15 124 m complete ballast renewal, approximately 1 573 m formation rehabilitation, approximately 180 m deep drainage, 4 points (4 x 300), accompanying works LST, electrical engineering and assurance services.
Founded in 1948, JC&C have built up a wide portfolio of services including kerbing and road surfacing, deep drainage works, tunnel and shaft works and main contractor building, yet they are historically a drainage business.
Deep drainage is defined as the portion of water that migrates beyond the root-zone.
Indeed, the simulations indicated that any reduction in runoff with improved infiltration would result in an equivalent increase in deep drainage (Bell et al.
Follow the deep drainage ditch on your left to a culvert and go over to pass through a hedge gap in front.
6068 m Geo-textile, about 3 605 m deep drainage, approximately 312 mA railroad crossing, about 103 bridge beams, 10 turnouts ( 1 x 190, 7 x 300, 2 x 500), accompanying works LST, electrical engineering and assurance services.
Deep drainage is an important component of the soil water balance because of its potential contribution to groundwater recharge and salinity risk.
Loss of water from soil also occurs through deep drainage and evapotranspiration.
Bear right through the centre of the field aiming for the middle of the wood and descend to a waymark post on the edge of a deep drainage ditch.