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Classification of Carbonate Rocks According to Depositional Textures
Three textural features seem especially useful in classifying those carbonate rocks that retain their depositional texture (1) Presence or absence of carbonate mud, which differentiates muddy
Effect of drought on growth and water use of sugar beet
TLDR
The ED treatment was the most detrimental because the amount of light intercepted in the months of highest radiation was greatly reduced owing to the restricted leaf cover and the rate of water use fell from about 1·2 times to 0·6 times Penman potential transpiration rate.
Water use and irrigation
The wild ancestors of sugar beet evolved on sea coasts, which may be the underlying reason for the crop’s ability to survive salinity and drought better than most other field crops. With regard to
Early Vadose Silt in Townsend Mound (Reef), New Mexico: ABSTRACT
Vugs, fractures, interstices, and other voids in the Townsend carbonate mound (reef) are floored with internal sediment composed of well sorted calcite silt. Internal sedimentation predates
Pennsylvanian Conglomerates, Structure, and Orogenic History of Lake Classen Area, Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma
Detailed mapping of a structurally complex area on the north side of the western Arbuckle Mountains revealed evidence that mountain-making in this part of the mountains did not occur as a single
RESISTANCE OF THE BUFFALO FLY, HAEMATOBIA IRRITANS EXIGUA (DE MEIJERE), TO TWO SYNTHETIC PYRETHROIDS AND DDT
After 2 years of use, the synthetic pyrethroid fenvalerate failed to control a population of Haematobia irritans exigua from the Mackay district in central coastal Queensland. Dosage mortality tests
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