2 edition of Phreatophytes found in the catalog.
T. W. Robinson
|Statement||by T.W. Robinson.|
|Series||Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1423|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
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Phreatophytes ranges from a few tenths of an acre-foot per acre to more than 7 acre-feet per acre. In the Southwest, saltcedar, an exotic plant that develops a junglelike growth, has invaded and choked the normal overflow channels of streams, so as to produce a flood hazard that must be reckoned with.
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Robinson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : T. Robinson. A phreatophyte is a deep-rooted plant that obtains a significant portion of the water that it needs from the phreatic zone (zone of saturation) or the capillary fringe above the phreatic zone.
Phreatophytes are plants that are supplied with surface water and often have their roots constantly in touch with moisture. A phreatophyte is one that absorbs its water from a constant. Phreatophyte definition is - a deep-rooted plant that obtains its water from the water table or the layer of soil just above it.
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Subjects: Phreatophytes -- Bibliography. Phreatophytes -- Abstracts. Phreatophytes. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Due to this adaptation, phreatophytes have a relatively constant supply of water and therefore don’t need to store it.
A classic representation of this adaptation is the mesquite tree (Prosopis), which is known to have the longest extended taproot amongst deserts plants reaching up to 25m long, and is always Phreatophytes book to reach the water table.
‘Phytoremediation’ is the cleanup or control of wastes, especially hazardous wastes, using green plants. There are many types of phytoremediation, as shown in Table 1, including the use of phreatophytes to control plumes of groundwater contaminants and contaminated vadose zones.
Photoautotrophs, including vascular plants, green algae, cyanobacteria, and fungi, must be. phreatophyte[frē′adə‚fīt] (ecology) A plant with a deep root system which obtains water from the groundwater or the capillary fringe above the water table.
Phreatophyte a plant with an extremely deep root system that uses groundwater as its source of moisture. A classical example is the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera), which grows on oases in.
Phreatophytes are deep-rooted trees and shrubs that obtain a dependable Phreatophytes book supply from the “phreatic surface” (Meinzer ), i.e., from the saturated water table, and thus Phreatophytes book water status that is largely independent of soil water derived from incident precipitation.
Phreatophytes, such as grasses, shrubs, or trees, can specifically be installed to affect the site groundwater hydrology and to take up contaminants dissolved in Phreatophytes book (Landmeyer, ). Thus, using phreatophytes in this manner could be a cost-effective strategy to remediate contaminated groundwater and be protective of downgradient.
ponderantly phreatophytes that obtain most of their moisture directly from ground water. They consume a significant part of the available water supply in the western States; nearly 25 million acre-feet (Eobinson, ) may be consumed yearly by more than 16 million acres of phreatophytes growing mostly on river flood by: Define phreatophytic.
phreatophytic synonyms, phreatophytic pronunciation, phreatophytic translation, English dictionary definition of phreatophytic. A plant, often with deep roots, that is mostly or entirely dependent on water from a permanent ground supply.
phreat′ophyt′ic adj. Water Resource Conservation by Reducing Phreatophyte Transpiration 1 Robert W. Ritzi, Herman Bouwer, and Soroosh Sorooshian2 Through managing the magnitude of depth to the water table below floodplains supporting phreatophytes, water conservation may be effected due to resulting reductions in evapotranspira.
Phreatophyte definition, a long-rooted plant that absorbs its water from the water table or the soil above it. See more. A million facts and figures, valuable for many uses-all in one volume. Years of professional scientific work, selection, and organization went into this NEWEvery Fact, every figure, every table, chart, diagram, and figure is all-new since the first edition.
Double the Content-This new edition gives you twice the material and twice the data of the original THE. phreatophytes Phreatophyten f (pl) [ Pflanzen, die ihre Feuchtigkeit hauptsächlich vom Grundwasser oder von der Haarröhrchenzone.
Management of phreatophyte and riparian vegetation for maximum multiple use values / Related Titles. Series: USDA Forest Service research paper RM ; By. Horton, Jerome S. (Jerome Sweet), Campbell, C. With their team of contemporary scholars, the editors present a thorough coverage of fundamental topics necessary for obtaining an up-to-date understanding of the biology of ferns and lycophytes.
The book is organized into major topics that build from the individual and its biochemistry and structure, to genetics and populations, to interactions among individuals and. Buy Phreatophytes, water use and potential water savings (Conference preprint) by Muckel, Dean C (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low Author: Dean C Muckel. phreatophyte (plural phreatophytes) (biology) Any plant, typically living in deserts, that obtains its water from long taproots that reach the water table Related terms [ edit ].
Evapotranspiration before and after clearing phreatophytes, Gila River Flood Plain, Graham County, Arizona. A WEED REPORT from the book Weed Control in Natural Areas in the Western United States Saltcedar and tamarisk. in arid climates during the warm season.
This occurs because once the roots are within the water table they branch profusely into File Size: KB. Phanerophyte definition is - a perennial plant that bears its perennating buds well above the surface of the ground. Phreatophyte definition: a plant having very long roots that reach down to the water table or the layer above it | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
Overview of the Mojave Plant Adaptations. Xerophytes are plants that have developed special means of storing and conserving water. To reduce transpiration, direct cooling air flow, shade themselves, and/or reflect hot sunlight, they often have few leaves, or have spines, thorns, or hairs instead; in some cases they use only their green “skin” to perform photosynthesis.
Reed M. Maxwell Publications Citation Metrics: ISI / ResearcherID, Google Scholar Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles. Yang, C., Li, H.-L., Fang, Y., Cui, C., Wang, T. A review of the White method for the estimation of evapotranspiration from phreatophytes in arid areas Article (PDF Available) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Regional Estimation of Total Recharge to Ground Water in Nebraska. phreatophytes (Miller ), or from the capillary fringe in. the root zone that can reach > 2 m for broad-leafed trees. A Text Book of Hydrology - P.
Jaya Rami Reddy 3. Engineering Hydrology - K. Subramanya 4. Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures by S.K. Garg Phreatophytes from the periphery of the reservoir. Evaporation. By straightening the stream-channels the exposed area of the water surface (along the length) is reduced and hence.
Phreatophytes are able to survive in a dry climate because their deep roots reach down into the subterranian waters in the zone of saturation. Xerophytes are plants that survive because they have adapted to dry climates with shallow but broad root-systems, the ability to absorb water through the leaves, and large water storage capacity.
The Book of Deuteronomy specifies the fig as one of the Seven Species (Deuteronomy ), describing the fertility of the land of Canaan. This is a set of seven plants indigenous to the Middle East that together can provide food all year round.
The list is organized by date of harvest, with the fig being fourth due to its main crop ripening Family: Moraceae. WOODY PHREATOPHYTES ALONG THE COLORADO RIVER FROM SOUTHEAST RUNNELS COUNTY TO THE HEADWATERS IN BORDEN COUNTY, TEXAS INTRODUCTION Before implementation of a State Water Plan involving import water from out-of-statesources, it will be necessary to take into account full practicable development and conservation of all water.
Molecular physiology is the study of functions in living organisms at the molecular level. Degree programs in molecular physiology are most common at the graduate and postdoctoral levels. the Bible and the hydrologic cycle. by Ron Neller. The Book of Job, though written primarily as poetic dialogue on the theology of suffering from a Hebrew perspective, provides a rich source of commentary on the hydrologic cycle, and as such is a great place to start.
Ross, B., Phreatophytes in the Bible, Ground Water 45(5)– A halophyte is a salt-tolerant plant that grows in soil or waters of high salinity, coming into contact with saline water through its roots or by salt spray, such as in saline semi-deserts, mangrove swamps, marshes and sloughs and seashores.
The word derives from Ancient Greek ἅλας (halas) 'salt' and φυτόν (phyton) 'plant'. An example of a halophyte is the salt marsh grass. Halford, K.J., and R. Plume. Potential effects of groundwater pumping on water levels, phreatophytes, and spring discharges in Spring and Snake Valleys, White Pine County, Nevada, and adjacent areas in Nevada and Utah: U.S.
Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report52 p. Browsing subject area: Plants -- Transpiration (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: Plants -- Transpiration Evapotranspiration before and after clearing phreatophytes, Gila River Flood Plain, Graham County, Arizona / ([Reston, Va.?]: U.S.
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Date palm groves (phreatophytes) are renowned in Saharan oases, especially those of Algeria's Mizab. North Africa's Peoples. The anthropology of North Africa features the Berbers, regarded as the indigenous population.
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