Product code Geography-Quizlet363
1Q-What is the Falkenmark indicator?
2Q-What is runoff?
3Q-What is stage?
4Q-What is discharge?
5Q-What are isovels?
6Q-What can alter velocity in a channel?
7Q-What is water yield?
8Q-What is turbidity?
9Q-How can turbidity be altered?
10Q-What are the baseline conditions in NZ?
11Q-What factors effect baseline conditions?
12Q-How do dissolved materials enter the systems?
13Q-What rock type tends to have high levels of dissolved material?
14Q-What is Matrix flow?
15Q-What is Macropore flow?
16Q-What is Pipeflow?
17Q-What is Hortonian Overland Flow?
18Q-What determines the shape of a hydrograph?
19Q-What is salinisation?
20Q-What is eutrophication?
1Q-What is the Falkenmark indicator? 1A-An indicator of the water resources needed per capita (1700m3/capita) , any less and water stress is inherent.
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