giganteus are very common in floodable
areas, occurring from Mexico to South America, in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia.
Inundation events increase the water quality similarity of the river to that of environments of floodable
plains, because of the great exchanges of water, sediment, nutrients, and organisms between the different floodplain habitats during these events (Neiff, 2001; Carvalho et al.
In natural environments, this species grows in floodable
marshlands of the Middle and Lower delta islands (Burkart, 1957) and could also be used as an indicator species of the hydrological regime of unit A.
The middle compartment is a transfer chamber providing access to the other compartments and the submarine while the aft compartment is a floodable
hangar for a single SDV or other vehicles as well as the special forces' equipment and houses up to 20 personnel.
Both were strong, compartmentalized, and surrounded by a floodable
tank which would protect against a mine strike.
The ship also has a large floodable
well deck to carry and deploy three air-cushion landing craft.
The intermittent and to some extent unpredictable interaction between the river and the floodable
areas often gives rise to biological production that is often abundant and almost always highly random, and that is used by large roaming or migratory animals, including the many birds that enrich riverside systems, especially those closest to the sea.
The production installed what was referred to as the Ferrari of gimbals inside a giant, floodable
tank in Europe's largest soundstage at Rome's Cinecitta Studios.
Astrocaryum alatum and Carapa nicaraguensis were most common in swamps, Colubrina spinosa most common on Recent Alluvium, and Lonchocarpus oliganthus preferred all the floodable
habitats including Stream Valleys.
Capital Department: Laguna Don Tomas, Santa Rosa (Site 4): Two females (TTU 64391, UNRC 168), floodable
area with semihalophytic shrubs.
One irony of the book is that it failed to intrigue the very person it should captivate, for I farmed floodable
property in New Zealand, dealt with a Catchment Board, and lived near to Basil Parkes (one of the characters in the book).
As large freighters unload their cargo, they fill ballast tanks and floodable
cargo holds with water from the harbor.