- hydrologic + -al (Wiktionary)
“Long-term hydrological and ecological research into karst systems is being carried out in the Mammoth Cave area, including the effects of water quality on the cave's biota.”
“· The lack of long-term hydrological data has undermined and prevented many ambitious projects.”
“The lack of accurate long-term hydrological data and to some extent topographical maps of insufficient detail place a severe constraint on hydropower development, mainly in developing countries.”
“Topsoil moistened and stream levels rose, but longer-term hydrological impacts remained.”
“The legislation would require the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to complete research on so-called hydrological separation within 18 months.”
“A team of nuclear inspectors yesterday taking what are called hydrological samples.”
“Remote sensing can be used to tackle two sets of problems, namely hydrological and agronomical.”
“House and Senate that would require the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to complete research on so-called hydrological separation within 18 months now that they know for sure that the carp, which have been migrating up the Mississippi and Illinois rivers toward the Great Lakes for decades, are close at hand.”
“Infectiously joyous children and adults shooting through the spritely, melodically sputtering fountains, shrieking as if experiencing a kind of hydrological rapture — that is, until keeling over, comatosed from too much nostalgia of domestic bliss.”
“Aspects covered by the agreement include joint studies of shared river basins, joint projects, exchange of information on matters such as hydrological data, flood warnings, technology and education on water matters.”
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