anabranch


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anabranch

(ˈɑːnəˌbrɑːntʃ)
n
(Physical Geography) a stream that leaves a river and enters it again further downstream
[C19: from ana(stomosing) branch]
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[19] provided a novel S-C[O.sub.2] intercooled recompression cycle with additional medium-temperature recuperator and an anabranch applied to a coal-fired power plant, which could achieve 49.5% net LHV efficiency with 29.6Mpa/650[degrees] C.
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The vegetation of the sedimentary foodplain is a mosaic of aquatics, foodable grasslands, riparian forests, savannas (cerrados), cerrado woodlands, dry forests, and a large area of mono-dominant savannas, and pioneer woodlands (Pott et al., 2011) and aquatic environments such as freshwater or brackish lagoons, rivers, fooding runoff ("vazantes") and anabranch ("corixos"), and the highly sandy soil (Abdon et al., 1998).
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He describes seeing "millions upon millions of golden perch fingerlings" after a release of environmental water reached the Darling Anabranch, an often-dry riverbed that is an ancient path of the Darling River.
Comparison with a modern map of the Murray River suggests the channel at the southern edge of the swampy reed beds is the anabranch, Gunbower Creek.
Partial inundation via anabranch connectivity may be important in maintaining the functioning of anastomosing river floodplains [65].
Jolly I, Walker G, Narayan K (1994) Floodwater recharge processes in the Chowilla anabranch system, South Australia.
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