hydrologically love

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  • adverb With reference to hydrology

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  • Specifically, with their purposefully programmed failures — Landscape as a water-guzzling lawn in hydrologically-challenged California; Architecture positioned in a gas-guzzling solar orientation — the two have conspired to create dazzling arabesque parterres.

    Attack of the Parabolic Façade?

  • Specifically, with their purposefully programmed failures — Landscape as a water-guzzling lawn in hydrologically-challenged California; Architecture positioned in a gas-guzzling solar orientation — the two have conspired to create dazzling arabesque parterres.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • The watershed is thus defined hydrologically, that is, by the specific river or stream.

    Watershed

  • Meanwhile, in New York State alone, thousands of small but hydrologically significant wetlands are vulnerable without clear federal or state protection, yet many are of major importance to New York City's drinking water supplies.

    Steve Fleischli: Clean Water Under Attack - Again

  • Meanwhile, in New York State alone, thousands of small but hydrologically significant wetlands are vulnerable without clear federal or state protection, yet many are of major importance to New York City's drinking water supplies.

    Steve Fleischli: Clean Water Under Attack - Again

  • Meanwhile, in New York State alone, thousands of small but hydrologically significant wetlands are vulnerable without clear federal or state protection, yet many are of major importance to New York City's drinking water supplies.

    Steve Fleischli: Clean Water Under Attack - Again

  • As a matter of science, there are virtually no waterways that are hydrologically or ecologically isolated.

    Steve Fleischli: America's Waterways Need Help - and, Yes, You Can Help

  • Surface organic soils, which remain saturated throughout the year (although the phase changes), are more important hydrologically than deeper mineral soils.

    Terrestrial Water Balance in the Arctic

  • Ice-core records of past precipitation (δ18O, δ2H) can help to distinguish climatically and hydrologically driven changes observed in lake sediment records.

    Historical changes in freshwater ecosystems in the Arctic

  • In New York State alone, thousands of small but hydrologically significant wetlands are now vulnerable without federal or state protection, yet many are of major importance to New York City's drinking water supplies.

    Steve Fleischli: America's Waterways Need Help - and, Yes, You Can Help

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