Comparison of phreatophyte
communities on the Rio Grande in New Mexico.
In addition to this total, roughly half a million acre-feet were lost due to phreatophyte
and operational inefficiency losses.
The species can thus be designated a local phreatophyte
The development and perpetuation of the permanent tamarisk type in the phreatophyte
zone of the southwest.
Eligible technologies are: solar, hydropower, geothermal, fuel cells that are not fossil-fueled, landfill gas and anaerobically digested waste biomass, and biomass - including fuels such as agricultural and animal waste, small diameter timber, salt cedar and other phreatophyte
or woody vegetation removed from watersheds or river basins in New Mexico.
Indirect evidence of a phreatophyte
intercepting rising capillary water and thereby affecting higher soils comes from Kushiev (2005), who reported that plantings of the Eurasian G.
Groundwater discharge by phreatophyte
shrubs in the Great Basin related to depth to groundwater.
They suggested that 'blue oaks should be considered obligate phreatophytes
,' that is, water-loving plants similar to, for example, riverbank willows.