Recharge can mean:

  • Groundwater recharge, a hydrologic process where water moves to groundwater
  • Surface water recharge, a hydrologic process where water runs off to surface watercourses
  • The process of charging a rechargeable battery
  • Mobile recharge, renewing or topping up the credit available on a prepaid mobile phones
  • Volvo ReCharge, a plug-in concept car developed by Volvo

Other articles related to "recharge":

Groundwater Recharge
... Groundwater recharge or deep drainage or deep percolation is a hydrologic process where water moves downward from surface water to groundwater ... Recharge occurs both naturally (through the water cycle) and through anthropogenic processes (i.e ... "artificial groundwater recharge"), where rainwater and or reclaimed water is routed to the subsurface ...
Baotu Spring
... As the terrain around Jinan slopes from the south down to the north, the recharge area for the aquifer is located in the mountainous area to the south of the city ... The recharge area of the springs covers 1,500 square kilometres, out of which 550 km2 provide direct recharge and 950 km2 indirect recharge ...
Re Charge
... The Volvo ReCharge is a plug-in hybrid concept car created by Volvo ... internal combustion engine hooked to a generator to recharge the batteries, the vehicle's range is increased ... This effectively means there will be no transmission or gear lever in the ReCharge ...
Depression-focused Recharge - Recharge
... field capacity resulting in water that percolates down to recharge groundwater ... flowing to groundwater selectively under surface depressions is depression focused recharge ...