surface runoff

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surface runoff

[ˌsɜːfɪsˈrʌnɒf] n (Geog) → acque fpl superficiali
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Yet, as we replace natural soil with concrete, or cut more and more trees that hold the soil together and keep it from breaking with the impact of rain, we increase surface run off.
Tenders are invited for Providing PCC drain in front of power house complex for safely discharging water due to leakges and surface run off into lidder Nallah of MHP Pahalgam
The increasing resistance and multiple resistances of the bacterial strains in this river could be attributed to discharge resultant from faecal residues, household activities and hospital wastes from the areas adjoining the river, which overflowed in Yamuna through surface run off and sewage outlets," it said.
This would significantly reduce the uncontrolled surface run off of water that causes waterways and rivers to flood.
Recharge due to precipitation can be simply calculated by excluding surface run off from precipitation.
The water can be contaminated by surface run off of rain water that trasporting leached radio nuclides from cities, the mine waste soil weathering, agricutlural areas and so on [6].
The paving outside is one of the first major projects in the area to use Tobermore''s pioneering Hydropave permeable paving system which is designed to help control flooding problems and reduce pollution into local streams and waterways from surface run off ".
Constructors will have to ensure that their buildings meet targets in nine categories - energy, water, materials, surface run off, waste, pollution, health, management and ecology.
Because there is usually little soil and surface run off can be excessive, herbicides with residual soil activity should be used carefully.
Pavement material worn resulting in a below standard crossfallResheeting of unsealed road to reinstate crossfall and effective surface run off
This would signifi-cantly reduce the uncontrolled surface run off of water that causes waterways and rivers to flood.