48 cm in depth o a unit of volume equal to the volume

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Unformatted text preview: term flood attenuation mean? Q. Landscape and forest management activities that lessen the severity of potential flooding Q. Landscape and forest management activities that lessen the severity of potential flooding (*)What is an acre foot in terms of measuring water on the land surface? O. A unit of volume equal to the volume of a sheet of water one acre (0.405 hectare) in area and one foot (30.48 cm) in depth. O. A unit of volume equal to the volume of a sheet of water one acre (0.405 hectare) in area and one foot (30.48 cm) in depth. When sediment fills in reservoirs in the upper part of watersheds, how does it affect the holding capacity of the reservoir? T. it diminishes the capacity T. it diminishes the capacity The effectiveness of structures for flood control can be comprimised because of what? C. sedimentation C. sedimentation After a forest fire, as discussed in the video, heavy rains will wash away what? D. topsoil D. topsoil (*)Define the term topsoil. A. The fertile, upper part of the soil A. T...
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