TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PHREATOPHYTIC»
The term «phreatophytic» is barely ever used and occupies the 194.299
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PHREATOPHYTIC»
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U.S. Geological Survey Water-supply Paper
Discharge from the near-surface aquifers was mostly by phreatophytic
transpiration where the water table was within a few tens of feet of land surface.
Finally, Loeltz (1963, p. Q5) and Harrill (1976a, p. 50) concluded that a small
amount of ...
Physiological Ecology of North American Desert Plants: with ...
United States and Mexico, increased pressure is placed on regional water
resources. Activities such as impoundment, stream diversion, and groundwater
pumping may have profound effects on phreatophytic vegetation. As a result,
Stanley D. Smith, Russell K. Monson, Jay Ennis Anderson, 1997
U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper
He applied evapotranspiration rates measured in lysimeters by Robinson (1970)
to stands of phreatophytic vegetation in Smith Creek Valley. To do this he
transferred rates that Robinson had normalized in terms of acre-feet of water
James R. Harrill, David E. Prudic
Taconic Stratigraphic Names: Definitions and Synonymies
Page CHrytothamnus, molybdenum content of 79 phreatophytic character of 11
uranium transport in - 68 Chrysothamnus vitcidiflorus, selenium accumulation
and indication by 88 Clausthalite, at Rifle, Colo 26 at the Virgin mine 27 Cleome
Modeling the Uptake and Transpiration of TCE Using ...
Phytoremediation is a recent addition to the numerous methods used today to remediate ground water contaminants.
Final environmental impact statement for the ...
These backfilled areas would then be planted with phreatophytic species. The
total consumptive use by the phreatophytes will be great enough to dissipate
ground and surface water thst would come into the pit. Water budgets based on ...
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Rio Puerco Resource Area, United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Albuquerque Area Office, 1986
Groundwater and Ecosystems
In the summer of 1990/91, a phreatophytic Banksia woodland on the Swan
Coastal Plain was subjected to increased rates of drawdown resulting in over 80
% mortality of the phreatophytic overstorey species. The impacted Banksia
Luis Ribeiro, Tibor Y. Stigter, Antonio Chambel, 2013
Issues in Ecological Research and Application: 2011 Edition
Edith Cowan University, Joondalup: Phreatophytic vegetation response to
climatic and abstraction-induced groundwater drawdown: Examples of long-term
spatial and temporal variability in community response “The influence of climatic
New Mexico Vegetation: Past, Present, and Future
Due to high water tables, riparian habitats often have phreatophytic environments
. It is not uncommon to have poor soil-aeration conditions (low oxygen and high
carbon dioxide) associated with phreatophytic environments. In addition, the soil
William A. Dick-Peddie, 1999
Dept. of Water and Power. uses of water have been constrained by various
environmental issues, such as preservation of phreatophytic vegetation in the
Owens Valley and the maintenance of lake levels in the Mono Basin for wildlife
Wesley R. Danskin, Inyo County (Calif.), Los Angeles (Calif.). Dept. of Water and Power