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Water has the strongest effect on soil structure due to its solution and precipitation of minerals and its effect on plant growth. (...) The “effective” soil depth then was considered the solum thickness. (...) Soil water characteristics Soil Moisture Storage Capacity (mm/m) The moisture stored in or flowing through the soil affects soil formation , structure , stability and erosion and is of primary concern with respect to plant growth.
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Score: 1400755.4 - https://www.fao.org/soils-port...erties/physical-properties/zh/
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Water has the strongest effect on soil structure due to its solution and precipitation of minerals and its effect on plant growth. (...) The “effective” soil depth then was considered the solum thickness. (...) Soil water characteristics Soil Moisture Storage Capacity (mm/m) The moisture stored in or flowing through the soil affects soil formation , structure , stability and erosion and is of primary concern with respect to plant growth.
Language:English
Score: 1400755.4 - https://www.fao.org/soils-port...erties/physical-properties/ru/
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Water has the strongest effect on soil structure due to its solution and precipitation of minerals and its effect on plant growth. (...) The “effective” soil depth then was considered the solum thickness. (...) Soil water characteristics Soil Moisture Storage Capacity (mm/m) The moisture stored in or flowing through the soil affects soil formation , structure , stability and erosion and is of primary concern with respect to plant growth.
Language:English
Score: 1400755.4 - https://www.fao.org/soils-port...erties/physical-properties/ar/
Data Source: un
Water has the strongest effect on soil structure due to its solution and precipitation of minerals and its effect on plant growth. (...) The “effective” soil depth then was considered the solum thickness. (...) Soil water characteristics Soil Moisture Storage Capacity (mm/m) The moisture stored in or flowing through the soil affects soil formation , structure , stability and erosion and is of primary concern with respect to plant growth.
Language:English
Score: 1400755.4 - https://www.fao.org/soils-port...erties/physical-properties/ar/
Data Source: un
Water has the strongest effect on soil structure due to its solution and precipitation of minerals and its effect on plant growth. (...) The “effective” soil depth then was considered the solum thickness. (...) Soil water characteristics Soil Moisture Storage Capacity (mm/m) The moisture stored in or flowing through the soil affects soil formation , structure , stability and erosion and is of primary concern with respect to plant growth.
Language:English
Score: 1400755.4 - https://www.fao.org/soils-port...erties/physical-properties/en/
Data Source: un
Water has the strongest effect on soil structure due to its solution and precipitation of minerals and its effect on plant growth. (...) The “effective” soil depth then was considered the solum thickness. (...) Soil water characteristics Soil Moisture Storage Capacity (mm/m) The moisture stored in or flowing through the soil affects soil formation , structure , stability and erosion and is of primary concern with respect to plant growth.
Language:English
Score: 1400755.4 - https://www.fao.org/soils-port...erties/physical-properties/ru/
Data Source: un
Relative humidity (RH) is defined as the moisture content (as water vapor) of the atmosphere, expressed as a percentage of the amount of moisture that can be retained by the atmosphere (moisture holding capacity) at a given temperature and pressure without condensation. The moisture holding capacity of air increases with temperature. (...) The use of crushed ice is, however, limited to produce that is tolerant to direct contact with ice and packaged in moisture-resistant containers. Clean, sanitized water is used as the cooling medium for the hydrocooling (shower or immersion systems) of commodities that tolerate water contact and are packaged in moisture-resistant containers.
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Score: 1368536.3 - https://www.fao.org/3/y5431e/y5431e04.htm
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Scope and application This reference method serves to determine the moisture and volatile matter content for both inshell nuts and shelled nuts (kernels). 2. Reference This method is based on the method prescribed by ISO: ISO 665-2000 Oilseeds - Determination of moisture and volatile matter content. 3. Definition Moisture content and volatile matter content for nuts: loss in mass measured under the operating conditions specified in ISO 665-2000 for oilseeds of medium size (see point 7.3 of ISO 665-2000). The moisture content is expressed as percentage by mass (grams per 100 grams). 4.
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Score: 1339811.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ge.02/document/2001_13_a02.pdf
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TRADE/WP.7/GE.2/2001/9 page 2 GE.01- ANNEX II DETERMINATION OF THE MOISTURE CONTENT FOR DRY FRUIT METHOD 1 - LABORATORY REFERENCE METHOD 1. (...) The moisture content is expressed as percentage by mass (grams per 100 grams). 4. (...) Principle Determination of the moisture content using a measuring apparatus based on the principle of loss of mass by heating.
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Score: 1329343.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ngs/ge.02/document/2001_09.pdf
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GE.02- TRADE/WP.7/GE.2/2002/10/Add.1 page 2 ANNEX II DETERMINATION OF THE MOISTURE CONTENT FOR DRY FRUIT METHOD 1 - LABORATORY REFERENCE METHOD 1. (...) The moisture content is expressed as mass fraction, in percent, of the mass of the initial sample. percentage by mass (grams per 100 grams). 4. (...) Principle Determination of the moisture content using a measuring apparatus based on the principle of loss of mass by heating.
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Score: 1329343.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ge.02/document/2002_10_a01.pdf
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