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riparian

adj. referring to the banks of a river or stream. (See: riparian rights)

riparian

pertaining to the bank of a river.
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In the contemporary situation, these riparian countries need to have cooperative and sound competitive concerted and coordinated actions.
It also aims to develop and conclude bilateral and multilateral protocols and agreements to establish formal River Basin Organisations where appropriate, between Ghana and other riparian countries.
The technical guidance documents provide information about changes in the requirements for installing riparian buffers when conducting earth disturbance activities.
1,500-2,000 m), upstream from the major river valleys, riparian woodlands are dominated by a mix of species including desert willow (Chilopsis linearis), Arizona walnut (Juglans major), velvet ash (Fraxinus velutina), Wright's sycamore (Platanus wrightii), Fremont cottonwood (Populus fremontii), and Goodding's willow (Salix gooddingii; Minckley and Brown, 1982; McLaughlin et al.
In parallel with the analysis we have promoted a constructive, fact-based dialogue among the riparian countries (Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan) through a series of consultations over the past four years.
In this study, we examined to what degree the riparian remnant habitat in vineyard landscapes continues to support birds affiliated with oak woodlands and quantified the difference in avian composition between vineyard and riparian habitats and the boundary edge between the two habitats.
What is badly needed in the case of joint Nile Basin-level action is a real break from the past practice of forwarding ambitious blueprints and visions the implementation of which would bring the riparian countries under additional economic strains, unnecessary regional rows and bureaucratic strains.
Today, Lane County's riparian setback ordinance requires residential, agricultural and forestry properties adjacent to streams with flows greater than 1,000 cubic feet per second - for example, the McKenzie - to maintain setbacks that limit the amount of native riparian vegetation that can be removed, and limit development within the riparian areas (Lane Code 16.
Their topics include temperature and urban heat islands, urban mammals, habitat function in urban riparian zones, characteristics of urban soils, lawn ecology, invasive plants and urban environments, urban riparian function, urban stream ecology, services in natural and human dominated ecosystems, green roofs and garden roofs, and green infrastructure planning.
Summary: Since the signing of the new Nile water agreement in May 2010, the Nile basin controversy has resurfaced at the top of the national security agenda of all 10 riparian countries, particularly Egypt and Ethiopia.
The resource, or the lack of it, is bothering security planners on the Indian side of the McMahon Line as it is the lower riparian state.
It seems that Egypt is instead trying to provide a "carrot", after seeing the upper riparian countries unite against the 1929 and 1959 agreements.