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Drainage (Jbhd)

The process of removing surplus groundwater or surface waters by artificial means. Also, the manner in which the waters of an area are removed. Or, the area from which waters are drained. Or, a drainage basin. (Source: AASHTO Glossary)
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Soil drainage
Storm water drainage
Stormwater drainage
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Hydrologic phenomena (Jbh)
Narrower Terms
Subsurface drainage (Jbhdb)
Surface drainage (Jbhdr)
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Aggressive waters (Jbha)
Degradation (Hydrology) (Jbhb)
Desiccation (Jbhc)
Floods (Jbhf)
Hydrologic cycle (Jbhh)
Streamflow (Jbhi)
River currents (Jbhl)
Ocean currents (Jbhm)
Peak discharge (Jbhn)
Ponding (Jbho)
Runoff (Jbhp)
Sediment discharge (Jbhr)
Seepage (Jbhs)
Storm surges (Jbht)
Upwelling (Jbhu)
Water table (Jbhv)
Water waves (Jbhw)
Sea level (Jbhx)
Phenomena of frozen water (Jbhy)
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