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Over thousands of years, pyroclastic flows from Mount Aso have accumulated and become a natural groundwater aquifer. (...) These were easy to permeate and recharge the local groundwater. Today rapid urbanization, increased population, changing agricultural practices and even consumer lifestyle choices have threatened Kumamoto’s precious resource. (...) As the forest industry has receded, today broad-leaved trees are planted which improve the recharge capacity of the forests. These species also provide a habitat for a greater range of species, improving biodiversity.
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Score: 1722075.6 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...ces/cases_kumamoto_japan.shtml
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENT TO REGULATION NO. 97, VEHICLE ALARM SYSTEMS AND MOTOR VEHICLES WITH REGARD TO THEIR ALARM SYSTEMS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM GERMANY
Where If an additional power supply is provided, an additional rechargeable accumulator or battery with equivalent performance data may be used shall be rechargeable and. (...) Where If an additional power supply is provided, an additional rechargeable accumulator or battery with equivalent performance data may be used shall be rechargeable and. (...) JUSTIFICATION New developments of rechargeable batteries expand the range of usage. In former times the costs were higher than of accumulators.
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Score: 1612023.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/2004/24&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENT TO REGULATION NO. 97, VEHICLE ALARM SYSTEMS AND MOTOR VEHICLES WITH REGARD TO THEIR ALARM SYSTEMS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM GERMANY
Where If an additional power supply is provided, a additional rechargeable accumulator or a battery with equivalent performance data may be used shall be rechargeable and. (...) Where If an additional power supply is provided, a additional rechargeable accumulator or a battery with equivalent performance data may be used shall be rechargeable and. (...) In former times the costs were higher than those of accumulators. Due to the adequate costs, there is the possibility to provide exclusively the VAS with such energy supply.
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Score: 1593168.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...P.29/GRSG/2004/24/REV.1&Lang=E
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REVISION TO CHAPTER 2.9.4 TO SEPARATE THE QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FROM CLASSIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
.); (e) Lithium batteries, containing both primary lithium metal cells and rechargeable lithium ion cells, that are not designed to be externally charged (see special provision 387 of Chapter 3.3) shall meet the following conditions: (i) The rechargeable lithium ion cells can only be charged from the primary lithium metal cells; (ii) Overcharge of the rechargeable lithium ion cells is precluded by design; (iii) The battery has been tested as a lithium primary battery; (iv) Component cells of the battery shall be of a type proved to meet the respective testing requirements of the Manual of Tests and Criteria, part III, sub-section 38.3. (...) … (f) Engines or machinery may contain other dangerous goods than fuels (e.g. batteries, fire extinguishers, compressed gas accumulators or safety devices) required for their functioning or safe operation without being subject to any additional requirements for these other dangerous goods, unless otherwise specified in these Regulations. (...) … 387 Lithium batteries in conformity with 2.9.4.1 (e) containing both primary lithium metal cells and rechargeable lithium ion cells shall be assigned to UN Nos. 3090 or 3091 as appropriate.
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Score: 1481159.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2020/40&Lang=E
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One third of Kumamoto region's annual groundwater recharge of about 640 million m3 comes from the recharge of paddy fields. (...) This was mainly due to the decrease of groundwater recharge which was mostly caused by the land use change in the recharge area in last 30 years. (...) The city is taking advantage of the groundwater recharge system to obtain good quality groundwater.
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Score: 1477791.1 - https://www.un.org/waterforlifedecade/winners2013.shtml
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Riparian buffers also provide habitat for various terrestrial species like water fowl, nesting animals, and browsing herbivores, as well as cover for predators. Groundwater Recharge and Flood Control Buffers work to slow the rate at which water enters a stream or river. (...) The reduction of fast-flowing water decreases the chances of flooding while allowing more water to be transferred into the ground, thereby recharging the groundwater [6]. Working Party 5 Extension Bulletin March 2019 Jordan Drugge and Sharon L. (...) Zone 2 is landward of Zone 1 and contains managed forest [2] with diverse native trees and shrubs, which absorbs excess nutrients, protects water quality, and promotes groundwater recharge. Zone 3 contains native grasses, wildflowers, or other herbaceous species, and helps slow runoff, filters/traps sediments, and works to evenly distribute water throughout the buffer.
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Score: 1472736.5 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/4...bcffcad591e63d1238f4ada0e1.pdf
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Riparian buffers also provide habitat for various terrestrial species like water fowl, nesting animals, and browsing herbivores, as well as cover for predators. Groundwater Recharge and Flood Control Buffers work to slow the rate at which water enters a stream or river. (...) The reduction of fast-flowing water decreases the chances of flooding while allowing more water to be transferred into the ground, thereby recharging the groundwater [6]. Working Party 5 Extension Bulletin March 2019 Jordan Drugge and Sharon L. (...) Zone 2 is landward of Zone 1 and contains managed forest [2] with diverse native trees and shrubs, which absorbs excess nutrients, protects water quality, and promotes groundwater recharge. Zone 3 contains native grasses, wildflowers, or other herbaceous species, and helps slow runoff, filters/traps sediments, and works to evenly distribute water throughout the buffer.
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Score: 1472736.5 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb4291en/cb4291en.pdf
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Fastner (2014): Nitrogen Limitation Promotes Accumulation and Suppresses Release of Cylindrospermopsins in Cells of Aphanizomenon Sp.Toxins, 6, 2932-2947 Bas W. (...) Grützmacher, G.; Wessel, G.; Chorus, I.; Bartel, H.; Holzbecher, E. 2006: On the behaviour of microcystins in saturated porous medium. In: Recharge systems for protecting and enhancing groundwater resources, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Management of Artificial Recharge, Proceedings of the ISMAR05 11. - 16.6.05, Berlin. (...) (ed.): Management of Aquifer Recharge for Sustainability. – Proceedings of the 4th international symposium on artificial recharge of groundwater, ISAR-4, Adelaide, South Australia 22. – 26.
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Score: 1467078.1 - https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2022-08/Chorus_CV.pdf
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IMPLICATIONS OF GROUNDWATER REHABILITATION ON WATER RESOURCES PROTECTION AND CONSERVATION : ARTIFICIAL RECHARGE AND WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN THE ESCWA REGION
Rainfall distribution and morphological, lithological and structural geological features govern groundwater occurrence, accumulation and movement. Rainfall and snowmelt are the main sources of groundwater recharge. (...) The estimated recharge is 5.43 bcm. Water quality ranges from 175 to 900 ppm. (...) Recharge to the Valley and Delta aquifers are estimated at 6.2 and 2.6 bcm respectively.
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Score: 1447583.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/ESCWA/ENR/2001/12&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE WORKSHOP : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, WORKING PARTY ON ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES AND AUTOMATION, WORKSHOP ON MAIN LINES OF DEVELOPMENT OF ENVIRONMENTALLY CLEAN TRANSPORT AND SOLAR ENERGY, KRASNODAR, RUSSIAN FEDERATION, 9-10 AUGUST 1993
Golubev: Sulphur-sodium accumulators and batteries Mr. B.I. Tomanov: AL-air electrochemical accumulator Mr. (...) Traditional lead and nickel-cadmium accumulators were described by enterprises from Kursk and Saratov. But these accumulators, having low specific parameters (40 Wh/kg), as a rule, limit the distance that can be travelled on one recharge to not more than 100 km.
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Score: 1433340.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=ENG.AUT/R.87&Lang=E
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