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on or above the surface of the ground

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He noted that it is also expected to extract 210,000 ounces of gold and 345,000 ounces of silver at the aboveground part of the Chovdar deposit, and this will bring an income of over 450 million manats.
Marinduque Island in the Philippines is endowed with a lot of subterranean and aboveground streams and their ecotourism potential has been recognized.
The model was established with two state variables: aboveground tissue carbon stock (PaC) and underground carbon stock (PbC) (unit: gC/[m.sup.2]).
With investments in renewable sources of energy, the capacity of 11 small hydroelectric power stations has been increased, five new high-voltage substations and aboveground lines as well as 1,050 new distributive substations have been built, and 850,000 old power meters have been replaced whereby technical electricity losses have considerably been reduced and the system's efficiency has been improved.
Despite these caveats, knowledge of existing seed banks, and the relationship between the seed bank and aboveground vegetation, particularly in relation to land-use history, can inform restoration efforts.
Based on nitrogen percent of aboveground, noude and grain, fixed Nitrogen in any part of plant and total nitrogen fixation in plant were calculated by use of following formula:
The portion of that project awarded to Matrix includes 12 aboveground storage tanks at the Kinder Morgan Export Terminal at Pasadena with capacity in excess of 1.1 MMbbls.
Thalli has been captured from the world aboveground and is now back as a prisoner of the State in the final book of McGee's Anomaly series.
The objective of this study was to develop an improved model for describing the accumulation of aboveground cotton biomass.
The aboveground parts perish, but the underground organs remain alive and new individual can be produced on the next spring from underground buds or from seeds.
During the collection we monitored the variables: weight of aboveground biomass on [m.sup.2] (aboveground biomass [g.[m.sup.-2]]), weight of the underground biomass on [m.sup.2] (underground biomass [g.[m.sup.2]]) and aboveground and underground biomass ratio (ratio [aboveground/underground]).
The proposal poses a challenge to Energy Minister Jibran Bassil, who has insisted that his ministry's plan to install high voltage power lines aboveground connecting major power stations in Metn's Bsallim and the Beirut suburb of Aramoun is necessary to improve the country's failing electricity network.
Faster than manual cutters and safer than chop saws, these lightweight, pneumatic powered machines are portable to the jobsite and are used aboveground, in water or in trenches.
In this research woody aboveground biomass measurements are done in secondary forests in East-Kalimantan, Indonesia, in three locations: Bukit Soeharto (secondary forest), KRUS (secondary forest) and PT REA (secondary forests nearby and inside an oil palm plantation).