The installation of sluice gates to the wetlands on the site this year means the trust can now control water levels, exposing mud in which birds can probe for food and allow areas of gravel margins to be exposed and utilised by the likes of little ringed plover.
What does CWL stand for?
CWL stands for Control Water Level
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general contractor, said the town can easily control water levels of the pond with the new stoplogs and a control valve at the base of a 30-foot shaft on the dam.
They found that the energy from radiation absorbed by pigments and water inside the leaf influences how the stomata control water levels.
INTERNATIONAL PAPER'S WATER RIGHTS HISTORY 1960: Secured temporary rights to Siltcoos Lake and Tahkenitch Lake water, built dams to control water levels.
John continues to devote hours of his time to leading twice- weekly working parties of all ages who build hides, bridges and sluices to control water levels.
Active wetlands were to have control structures that could be used to control water levels within the wetland.
As part of the "green revolution," the government introduced modern fertilizers, new rice strains and an intricate irrigation system that can control water levels to within an inch, allowing rice farmers in Indonesia to harvest two or three high-yield crops a year.