remobilization

remobilization

(ˌriːməʊbɪlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

remobilisation

n
the act or process of mobilizing again
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Tenders Are Invited for Remobilization measures for persons subject to minimum social benefits, In particular beneficiaries of the rsa.
We did not see any kind of remobilization of contaminated sediments from the storm and the water quality was good.
Its authors say: "Net ablation would guarantee the eventual remobilization of physical, chemical, biological and radiological wastes abandoned at the site.
It is precisely this storage and remobilization that allows perennial plants to maintain partial independence from the active absorption of N by the rooting zone (MILLARD, 1996).
On May 21, Suncor, the largest of the oil sands producers, said it was pursuing a staged approach to remobilization, beginning with the reintroduction of a small team of essential personnel.
According to Pinheiro (2003), during these periods negative water balance occurs in the soil, causing plant water stress and, therefore, compromising its growth, transpiration, photosynthesis, carbohydrate remobilization and grain yield.
The cost of the equipment had increased by Rs18 billion, the national financing outlay rose from Rs5 billion to Rs9 billion, IOC (Interest during construction) jumped from the original Rs5 billion to the revised Rs15 billion whereas the contractor was also paid an additional Rs5 to 6 billion for remobilization.
Hisham Alrayes, chairman of Gulf Holding Company, said: "Following the recent remobilization of construction at Villamar, we are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr.
Hisham Alrayes, Chairman of Gulf Holding Company, said, "Following the recent remobilization of construction at Villamar, we are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr.
Thus, the behavior of soil porosity observed in the micromorphological analysis could be explained by the remobilization of less-structured material due to the impact of raindrops on the soil, which directly affects its structure, sometimes thickening or unpacking the soil matrix.
These genotypes were selected on the basis of differential inherent genetic background with respect to N assimilation and remobilization.