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reedbed

(ˈriːdˌbɛd)
n
(Plants) a place where reeds grow
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Overlying water samples at the water-sediment interface (depth 0-10cm) for the analysis of DIC concentrations and theI'13C of the DIC were collected from the center of each reed bed with a horizontal water sampler (1120-G45, Dynamic Aqua-Supply Ltd.) and transferred into tightly capped 250-ml glass bottles.
In summer the reed bed on your right is full of reed warblers and sedge warblers.
Imran Ismail said this during his visit to 'Reed Bed Sewerage Treatment System' at PNS Karsaz, here.
He said this during his visit to "Reed Bed Sewerage Treatment System" at PNS Karsaz today.
Bauer Nimr is widely known for its water treatment concept using constructed wetlands, operating the world's largest commercial reed bed project with PDO.
Steve Purvis, trust Northern reserves officer, said: "Our volunteers have worked hard on this particular reserve with the removal of overgrown scrub and the enhancement of the reed bed and have also worked on improving access to the reserve for visitors and users of the bird hide."
Banks Property, part of The Banks Group, has been carrying out landscaping improvements at the Palmersville development, off Great Lime Road, close to the Cobalt Business Park, which include the enhancement of a reed bed near the site.
Guests can cool down in a stunning natural swimming pool that's filtered through a reed bed and surrounded by large granite boulders, the fragrance of water mints, lavenders and wild flowers.
Ultimately the aim is to bring 10 acres of reed bed into production, which means they must first clear the site of old, non-useful reed stems.
Compared to the deep disposal wells, this reed bed method has lower energy requirements and lower levels of carbon footprint.
The first contract involves developing reed bed technology for the treatment of pond water in Umm Salal Ali on behalf of Ashghal, Keppel Seghers, and WBQ.