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13.2 Sediment measurement While the underlying theory is well known, the measurement of sediment transport requires that many simplifying assumptions are …
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3.2. Hydrological variables Determining the hydrological regime of a water body is an important aspect of a water quality assessment. Discharge measurements, for example, are necessary for mass flow
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2 II. WATER METERS A water meter is a device which collects and registers information on the volume of water used over a period of time at a particular location.
This document is not an API/EI Standard; it is under consideration within an API and EI technical committee but has not received all approvals required to …
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