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*  Hydrodynamic reception
Since movement of an object through water inevitably creates movement of the water itself, and this resulting water motion ... While not well studied, the Rakali (Australian water rat) may also be able to detect water movements with its vibrissae as ... This technique assumes that the particles will follow the flow of the water. To detect water movement, many invertebrates have ... These water movements are not only relevant to animals that can detect them, but constitute a branch of physics, fluid dynamics ...
*  Void ratio
Fluid conductivity control (ability of water movement through the soil). Loose soils show high conductivity, while dense soils ... Particles movement. In a loose soil particles can move quite easily, whereas in a dense one finer particles cannot pass through ... air and water), VS is the volume of solids, and VT is the total or bulk volume. Volume change tendency control. If void ratio ...
*  Limbo Boots
Water Movement 5. On Stolen Breath 6. Kat's Tune 7. Mulche's Odyssey 8. Air Movement 9. Packin' Junk 10. Four Winds 11. ...
*  Ocean current
Because the movement of deep water in ocean basins is caused by density driven forces and gravity, deep waters sink into deep ... The movement of water due to differences in density as a function of water temperature and salinity is called thermohaline ... The deep-water masses are not capable of moving water at speeds comparable to that of wind-driven surface currents. Water in ... dense water formed in the Arctic to flow into the North Atlantic to form North Atlantic Deep Water. North Atlantic Deep Water ...
*  Ekman spiral
Field, J. G., C. L. Griffiths, E. A. S. Linley, P. Zoutendyk and R. Carter, 1981 Wind-induced water movements in a Benguela ... Wind-induced water movements in a Benguela kelp bed. Coastal Upwelling. F. A. Richards (Ed.), Washington D.C., American ... and the net resultant water movement is in pink, which then becomes the force from above for the layer below it, accounting for ... The force from above is in red (beginning with the wind blowing over the water surface), the Coriolis force (which is shown at ...
*  Pelageya Polubarinova-Kochina
1962). Theory of ground water movement. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. MR 0142252. Kochina, P. Ya. (1981). Sofʹya ... 1952). Theory of motion of ground water. Moscow: Gosudarstv. Izdat. Tehn.-Teor. Lit. MR 0056408. , translated as Polubarinova- ... ISBN 978-0-313-24849-8. "Pelageya Yakovlevna Polubarinova-Kochina (in commemoration of the 110th anniversary)". Water Resources ... Ground Water. 45: 383-387. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2006.00266.x. "Pelageya Yakovlevna Polubarinova-Kochina", Biographies of ...
*  Ertebølle culture
On the disadvantage side, water movements have disrupted many sites. The Ertebølle population derived its living from a variety ... They could have been washed onto the shore or hunted in shallow waters. The seals are the ringed seal, the harp seal and the ... Like the Ertebølle culture, they lived near open water, in this case creeks, riverdunes and bogs along post-glacial banks of ... They were masters of the inland waters, which they traversed in paddled dugouts. Like many peoples known in history, they were ...
*  Robert E. Glover
Glover, R. E. (1964) "Ground-water movement". U. S. Bureau of Reclamation Eng. Mon. 31, 67 pp. Glover, R. E. and C. G. Balmer ( ... Glover, R. E. (1960) "Ground water-surface water relationships". In Ground Water Section, Western Resources Conference, Boulder ... Colorado Ground Water Comm., Dept. Natural Resources, Colorado State University Paper CER6ORG45, 8 pp. ... He published widely on groundwater movement, hydraulics, the trial-load method and thermal properties of concrete. After 1954, ...
*  Scallop
... s are highly sensitive to shadows, vibrations, water movement, and chemical stimuli. All possess a series of 100 blue ... Swimming occurs by the clapping of valves for water intake. Closing the valves propels water with strong force near the hinge ... Most species live in relatively shallow waters from the low tide line to 100 meters, while others prefer much deeper water. ... Scallops are able to move through the water column either forward/ ventrally (termed swimming) by sucking water in through the ...
*  Coral reef
This water movement disrupts the relatively stable thermocline that usually exists between warm shallow water to deeper colder ... They are most commonly found at shallow depths in tropical waters, but deep water and cold water corals also exist on smaller ... The less water movement, the better the chance for fertilization. Ideal timing occurs in the spring. Release of eggs or planula ... Movement is generally created by tides and wind. As tides interact with varying bathymetry and wind mixes with surface water, ...
*  Lapemis curtus
Dehnhardt G, Mauck B, Bleckmann H (1998) Seal whiskers detect water movements. Nature 394, 235-236. Anderson, J. 1871 A list of ... A study measuring brain response to water vibration found that L. curtus is sensitive to low amplitude (100-150 Hz) water ... Sensing water motion is useful in locating prey, predators, or potential mates and has been demonstrated in other aquatic ... It is a widely distributed species and like most sea snakes is restricted to warmer, tropical waters. Its range includes: ...
*  Stevens Vaughn
"WATER MOVEMENT COLOR interview to Stevens Vaughn - Brain Art". Brain Art (in Italian). Retrieved 2016-04-13. "Bjørn Nørgaard - ... His exhibitions Calligraphy of water and Water is a color are influenced by his study and training in the philosophy of the how ... Stevens Vaughn is a ritualistic water painter who uses pigments to document the language of water. ... "Water is a Color" - Nothing Gallery, Xiamen, China (Solo Exhibition) 2013 "Water is a Color" - Rolling Snowball/4 - Chinese ...
*  Common sunstar
It seems to prefer areas of high water movement. Very small sunstars are sometimes found in rock pools. It is reddish on top ...
*  Aponogeton madagascariensis
Some enthusiasts recommend strong water movement and high filtration. Bruggen, H. W. E. van (1968) "Revision of the genus ... It requires water temperatures of 15-26 °C and pH of 5-7.5, and grows best in medium - bright light with about 600 Lux. The ... The flowers are produced on an erect spike up to 1 metre (39 in) long, sticking up to 20 centimetres (7.9 in) above the water ... The leaves spread horizontally beneath the surface of the water, and are little more than a lattice-like skeletal network of ...
*  Zostera novazelandica
Water movement is important for the summer pollination process. Evidence suggests that this species usually flowers only when ... These species do not favour very deep water. Deep water reduces the amount of light the plant will receive and also increases ... Lower salinity waters, produce more flowers compared to higher salinity waters. Salinity influences vegetative proliferation of ... Increased water temperatures have led to the species creating more flowers due to increased stress, and therefore the species ...
*  Sensory systems in fish
Hair cells in fish are used to detect water movements around their bodies. These hair cells are embedded in a jelly-like ... The cupula, and the stereocilia within, are moved by a certain amount depending on the movement of the surrounding water. ... Besides these universal qualities of water, different bodies of water may absorb light of different wavelengths because of ... Water absorbs light so that with increasing depth the amount of light available decreases quickly. The optic properties of ...
*  Pteraster tesselatus
A central pore in this membrane allows for water movement. The arms have rows of fan-shaped groups of five to seven spines ... The slime star breeds in the summer, with a female releasing a small number of eggs into the water. Nearby males then release ... sperm and the fertilised eggs rise to the surface of the water. They are bright orange or yellow and are wrapped in a ...
*  Pore space in soil
They are filled with water unless the soil is very dry, but little of this water is available to plants, and water movement is ... Because there is little movement of water in these pores, solute movement is mainly by the process of diffusion. Size 5-30 μm. ... Saturated hydraulic conductivity, Ksat, describes water movement through saturated media. Where hydraulic conductivity has the ... Infiltration is the process by which water on the ground surface enters the soil. The water enters the soil through the pores ...
*  Precambrian body plans
The flagella of these cells are what drive the water movement through the sponge body. The cell body of choanocytes is what is ... The flagellum is used to facilitate movement and food intake. As the flagellum beats, it takes in water through the microvilli ... Through this water filtration system, they obtain nutrients that are needed for their survival. Specifically, they ... This is seen with flagellated cells and their collar structures that move the cell colony through the water, while the amoeboid ...
*  Hydraulic conductivity
Saturated hydraulic conductivity, Ksat, describes water movement through saturated media. By definition, hydraulic conductivity ... The water is then allowed to flow through the soil without adding any water, so the pressure head declines as water passes ... Influence of the water table When a soil layer is above the water table, it is not saturated and does not contribute to the ... When the water table is inside a soil layer, the saturated thickness corresponds to the distance of the water table to the ...
*  Forster's tern
Floating nests are usually tolerant to a slight increase or decrease of water movement but re-nesting is common. Strong wave ... Preferences for water clarity may depend on prey availability. The breeding season for Forster's tern can start as early as ... In some areas, Forster's tern tends to prefer forage to turbid water. This may prevent detection but it may also be a sign of ... Postfledging Forster's tern movements, habitat selection, and colony attendance in San Francisco Bay. The Condor. 111(1): 100- ...
*  Planorbis planorbis
... does not tolerate intensive water movements but is tolerant to eutrophic conditions. Seddon M. B. & Van ... also ponds and temporarily drying flood waters, up to 1 metre depth. ...
*  Dry rot
Coggins goes into more detail about water movement in Serpula lacrymans. The perpetual saturation of wood with water also ... However, although the fungi such as these can transport water, it is disputed that it can use this water to increase the ... rather than water. This contributes to the Etymological fallacy that dry rot requires less or no water than other species that ... and most surveyors of rotted buildings have noted the tear drops formed by the fungus as water forms on the hyphae. These water ...
*  Tillage
This slows water movement, which reduces the amount of soil erosion. Conservation tillage also benefits farmers by reducing ... and its ability to store water Decreases the water infiltration rate of soil. (Results in more runoff and erosion since the ... Weed control both prevents the crop plants from being outcompeted by the weeds (for water and sunlight) and prevents the weeds ... It could be pulled by mule, ox, elephant, water buffalo, or similar sturdy animal. Horses are generally unsuitable, though ...
*  Vascular plant
The movement of water out of the leaf stomata creates a transpiration pull or tension in the water column in the xylem vessels ... The draw of water upwards may be entirely passive and can be assisted by the movement of water into the roots via osmosis. ... Transpiration is the main process of water movement within plant tissues. Water is constantly transpired from the plant through ... Water and nutrients in the form of inorganic solutes are drawn up from the soil by the roots and transported throughout the ...
*  Chen Houei-kuen
... the second session of the green water Painting, painting exhibition "Miles waves" 8F. 37.1992 years earlier art movement ... the seventh green water Painting, painting exhibition "bellflower" 10 F. 58.1998, the eighth green water Painting, painting ... original plateau." 54.1996 on September 21 - October 3, will be the sixth green water painting, painting exhibition "Mu Lan ... the 11th green water Painting, an exhibition "on the outskirts of Matsuyama." 67.2002 on May 3-19, Asia Art Center and the ...