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  • n. Plural form of flowrate.

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Examples

  • They conclude, after eliminating secular trends and smoothing out the solar cycle, there is a strong positive correlation between the residuals of both the Sunspot Number and the flowrates of these rivers as well.

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  • They also consider flowrates for three other rivers (Colorado, San Juan and Atuel), as well as snow levels in the Andes.

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  • These initial flowrates are very strong and indicate an AOF ( "Absolute Open hole Flow rate") of approximately 40 mmcf / d

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