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drainage system

Rivers, streams, and other inland water features.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Noun1.drainage system - a system of watercourses or drains for carrying off excess water
system - instrumentality that combines interrelated interacting artifacts designed to work as a coherent entity; "he bought a new stereo system"; "the system consists of a motor and a small computer"
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It is inferred that the Hassanabad Naalah (Ravine) is mainly dominated by first order streams, the watershed show dendritic drainage pattern, which thus show homogeneous lithology.
As approved by the 5-0 vote on Wednesday night, the ordinance states that "a permit must be obtained from the Code Enforcement Department before performing dirt grading, hauling dirt or causing dirt to be hauled to or from any location within the City of Marion that would in any way change the storm drainage pattern or intensity on property."
(1) was interested in determining whether there was a relationship between any venous drainage pattern and atrial arrhythmia.
of streams of watersheds, their drainage pattern, drainage points, trace origins and areas in Sq.Km of main and sub watersheds of Southern Haripur Tehsil.
Guptata, "A Rare Variation of Superficial Venous Drainage Pattern of Neck," International Journal of Anatomy, Radiology and Surgery, vol.
The precise manifestation is mainly determined by anatomical location and venous drainage pattern.[3] On MRI, dilated vessels and flow voids can be found in the subarachnoid space at the spinal cord or brainstem.
The hydrological analysis comprises the analysis of topography, land use pattern and drainage pattern for the water resource management.
In another paper, a river drainage pattern is extracted from digital elevation data using D8 algorithm available within ArcGIS, hydrology toolbox.
(1,2) The most consistent drainage pattern of the ethmoid bulla is a path from the posterior medial aspect of the bulla medially into the hiatus semilunaris superior.
A drainage pattern is the pattern formed by a stream network and refers to the connectivity of the stream tributaries in an area, regardless of whether the stream tributaries are occupied by perennial streams.