Examples of compaction in a Sentence
the compaction of a complex topic into a short article means that a lot of niceties are going to get crushed
Recent Examples of compaction from the Web
Recent technological advances, including compaction of transmitters, have even enabled its use with insects in the context of pollination, crop pests and conservation.
Moss moves in when grass dies out because of lack of sunlight, overly wet soil, low pH (acid) soil, soil compaction and low fertility.
This includes soil and root compaction and other damage, such as with new home construction or additions, earth-moving equipment and construction materials and chemical dumping.
An ancient tree with problems can be managed: A decayed limb might be removed, a fungal disease addressed, soil compaction mitigated.
Landowners testified at the 2015 permit hearing before the PUC of their worries about soil compaction and impacts to crops.
Along with destroying native plants, the soil compaction caused by standing next to a redwood harms the roots.
When groundwater levels drop to new lows, the resulting compaction can actually permanently reduce the aquifer’s capacity.
The causes are many: sea level rise, erosion from oil and gas exploration, soil compaction and the Mississippi River's extensive levee system, which robs coastal zones of land-building sediment.
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