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The water-absorbing layers of rock underlying south Florida divide into three layers.
The wet environment and water-absorbing qualities of the thick, fibrous bark facilitate this.
There are commercial wound pastes made of synthetic microscopic water-absorbing beads that do the same thing.
The first rush of water soon became a "creeping inundation", slowed in its advance for 35 to 40 minutes by water-absorbing sloughs.
It has great water-absorbing abilities.
And afterwards it would act as protective water-absorbing capacity in case some water seeps in during unusually wet periods.
The company created water-absorbing foam in 1954 and leads manufacturing and marketing of various products in the global florist industry.
Several American pharmaceutical concerns make expensive wound pastes composed of synthetic microscopic water-absorbing beads that perform this same function.
Some stretched along twenty meters of the qanat's most vulnerable sections, in places where soft sand led outward into water-absorbing depressions.
The water-absorbing nature of anhydrous ammonia that causes the greatest injury (especially to the eyes, nose, throat or lungs), and which can cause permanent damage.
The most striking temper used was that of vegetable matter, known as grass-or chaff-tempering, perhaps added as a water-absorbing agent (Brisbane 1983, p. 254).
The sand mould is typically prepared by using a mixture of clean sand and a small proportion of the water-absorbing clay bentonite.
It gains its water-absorbing qualities by virtue of multi faceted internal structure: surface area of one gram is over 800 square metres.
Water gel is usually composed of a water-absorbing polymer such as a polyacrylamide (frequently Polymethylacrylate or Sodium Polyacrylate).
Urban development, which replaced vegetation and water-absorbing soils with airport runways, house roofs, highways, warehouses, parking lots, and other hard surfaces, interrupted this cycle.
With heat and water-absorbing vegetation at a summertime peak, only about a fourth of the rain from July thunderstorms over the city's watersheds actually made it into the reservoirs, said Dr. Durbhakula Muralidhar, the drought specialist of the State Department of Environmental Conservation.
The most novel new sidewalk treatment may be in Seattle, where traditional curb and gutter sidewalks have recently been joined by experimental "sea streets," in which swales or ponds with water-absorbing soil are placed between street and sidewalk to reduce run-off and aid salmon recovery.
These are a lot of water-consuming industries and will consume water from the river Barakar itself.
Both states have abundant river water resources, but these supplies are not situated near where the water-consuming public waits for the precious commodity.
I should like, naturally, to refer to a specific sector to which I am very closely attached, i.e. agriculture, the main water-consuming sector.
But Ms. Romeo has been cited by the homeowners association for not keeping her grass - the water-consuming St. Augustine species - in the green.
Other than extensive diversions, exotic introduced, fast-growing and water-consuming plants, such as water hyacinth and hydrilla, are also leading to reduced flows.
The cost of fighting the pests at power plants and other water-consuming facilities is substantial, but the exact magnitude of the damage is a matter of some controversy.
Major crops are very water-inefficient, yet we're depleting non-renewable water resources to grow temperate crops in non-temperate regions.