Unlike the piece of the torii, which was painted and very carefully made, the rest of the woody debris is unpainted and probably was used in common, secular construction, the department said.
What does WD stand for?
WD stands for Woody Debris
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We have 29 other meanings of WD in our Acronym Attic
- Wide Differential (SCSI)
- Wilson Disease
- Wind Direction
- Winn Dixie (grocery store chain)
- Wireless Directive (US DoD)
- Wiring Diagram
- Without Doubt
Samples in periodicals archive:
Coarse woody debris is an important structural component of terrestrial habitats that increases diversity of invertebrates and vertebrates (Caldwell, 1996; Hanula 1996; Harmon et al.
This large woody debris snags on banks and bends, affecting the speed and direction of the current and the depth of the water.
The low nutrient, sandy soils of the region produce relatively clear groundwater-fed streams, interspersed with woody debris and patches of aquatic vegetation.
There's a real science to this woody debris thing," Wright says, explaining that it is sometimes purposefully placed to provide refuges for small fish.
Just down the road from the storage yard, Vines' company, Aspen Power, is building a first-of-its-kind power plant in Texas: one that will burn the woody debris to make steam, which turns generators to make electricity.
Small woody debris dams, new woodland creation and other management tools in the uplands can all slow the flow of rainwater into flood plains.