Seepage

  • (noun): The process of seeping.
    Synonyms: ooze, oozing

Some articles on seepage:

Geosynthetic Clay Liners
... The resulting lower permeability slows the rate of seepage out of the landfill ... Due to environmental laws, any seepage from landfills must be collected and properly disposed of, otherwise contamination of the surrounding ground water could cause ... conductivity the more effective the GCL will be at retaining seepage inside of the landfill ...
Geosynthetic Clay Liner
... lower permeability slows the rate of seepage out of the landfill ... Due to environmental laws, any seepage from landfills must be collected and properly disposed of, otherwise contamination of the surrounding ground water could cause major ... the hydraulic conductivity the more effective the GCL will be at retaining seepage inside of the landfill ...
Seepage Salamander - Conservation
... The seepage salamander is classified as Near Threatened by the IUNC because their range is not greater than 20,000 km and its habitat and population size is decreasing ... Seepage salamanders are on the verge of becoming classified as Vulnerable ... like clear cutting also threaten seepage salamanders ...
Seepage Salamander - Ecology
... The seepage salamander does not experience much competition from other species of salamanders due to its habitat ... The only species of Desmognathus which would be found in the same habitat as the seepage salamander and create competitive pressure is the pygmy salamander (D ... The pygmy salamander is found at higher elevations, while the seepage salamander is found at lower ones ...