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The amount of soil the river can carry is due to the speed of the water. When the water slows down some of the soil will fall out of suspension. J.

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Suggest possible solutions of soil erosion in SOUTH AFRICA


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south africa a big place

every soil erosion issue has to be dealt with
based on a local conditions and material resourses

drought /over cropping / removal of natural forestry
global warming /lowered water table

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<span>Transformation of soil from a solid state to a liquid state as a consequence of increased pressure and differential settlement of footings is known as soil liquefaction.<br /><br />The features to be considered at the stage of architectural planning and structural design of buildings for protection against earthquakes are:<br /><br />. a) Building configuration<br />b) Foundation<br />c) Control on openings in walls<br />d) Reinforced concrete bands in masonry buildings.<br />e) Vertical reinforcement.<br /><br /><br />Protection measures against floods are:<br /><br />i) Residing on river banks and slopes on river banks should be avoided.<br />ii) Buildings should be built at 250 metres away from the sea coast/river banks.<br />iii) To build proper drainage system in all flood prone areas.<br />iv) To construct the whole village or settlement on a raised platform higher than the high flood level.<br />v) To construct the building with a plinth level higher than the known high flood level.<br /><br /><br />The measures adopted to control land degradation in different areas of our country are:<br /><br />i) Soil erosion in hilly areas can be checked by construction of terraces for farming.<br />ii) Plugging of gullies by construction of check dams.<br />iii) A forestation can control soil erosion on slopes.<br />iv) In arid areas preparation of shelter belts of plants control over - grazing by animals and growing thorny bushes to stabilize the sand dunes.<br />v) In semi-arid areas, moistures conservation, weed control and proper management of waste land.<br />vi) Control of mining activities are some of the methods to curb land degradation.<br /><br />. Industries cause water pollution by:<br /><br />i) The industrial effluents that are discharged into rivers. They are both organic and inorganic.<br />ii) The principal industries which create water pollution are paper pulp, textiles, chemical, petroleum, tannery, etc.<br /><br /><br />The damaging effects of earthquakes on the ground are<br /><br />i) Soil failures such as liquefaction and landslides caused by shaking.<br />ii) Tidal waves (Tsunami) i.e. large waves on the surface of water bodies, that can cause major damage to shoreline areas.<br /><br /><br />Two facts which should be borne in mind while selecting a site for a building in coastal areas are:<br />i) To build at least 250 metres away from the sea coast.<br />ii) Where houses can be built with a plinth level higher than the known high flood level.<br /><br /><br />Ground movements caused by earthquakes can have several types of damaging effect such as:<br /><br />a) Soil failures such as liquefaction and landslides caused by shaking.<br />b) Tidal waves ( Tsunamis ) i.e. large waves on the surface of water bodies that can cause major damage to shoreline areas.<br />c) Surface fault ruptures such as cracks, vertical shifts, general settlement f an area, etc.<br />d) Ground shaking i.e., back and forth motion of the ground, caused by the passing vibratory waves through the ground.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />The primary objective of earthquake resistant design is to prevent buildings from collapsing during earthquakes thus minimizing the risk of death or injury to people in or around those buildings. There are certain features, which if taken into consideration at the stage of architectural planning and structural improve their performance during earthquake.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />The natural factors responsible for landslides are:<br /><br />a) If slopes are steep.<br />b) If there is high intensity of rainfall.<br />c) If slopes have stiffness.<br />d) Soil layers formed under gravity.<br />e) Rock layers are highly weathered.<br />f) Poor drainage.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />The man made factors responsible for landslides are:<br /><br />a) Soil erosion caused due to deforestation.<br />b) Mining and quarrying.<br />c) Excavation which is non-engineered.<br />d) Construction which is non-engineered.<br />e) Land use pattern.<br /><br />If buildings cannot withstand the forces of high winds and storm surge, than these buildings are considered vulnerable. Generally those most vulnerable to cyclones are lightweight structures with wooden frames, especially older buildings where wood has deteriorated and weakened the walls. Houses made of poorly constructed concrete blocks are also vulnerable.<br />Urban and rural communities on low inlands or in unprotected low-laying coastal areas or river floodplains are considered vulnerable to cyclones.<br /><br /><br />Man made factors responsible for causing landslides:<br /><br />i) Soil erosion caused due to deforestation.<br />ii) Mining and quarrying<br />iii) Excavation which is non-engineered <br />iv) Construction which is non-engineered.<br />v) Land use pattern. <br />. The configuration of an earthquake - resistant building are:<br /><br />a) Building should have a simple rectangular plan.<br />b) Long walls should be supported by Reinforced Concrete Columns.<br /><br />Foundation of an earthquake-resistant building:<br /><br />a) Assess the potential for soil liquefaction to avoid tilting cracking and failure of structure.<br />b) Adequate foundation design should be planned so that building can withstand earthquakes.<br /><br /><br />Vulnerable homes for landslides are those which are situated on:<br />a) Below hills with outcrops of fractured rock.<br />b) Steep natural slopes, particularly on weak geologic materials.<br />c) Developed hillsides where septic - tank, soil absorption systems are used and land-scapes are irrigated.<br />d) Steep construction-related cut or fill slopes.<br />e) Areas in or at the mouths of drainages such as canyons.<br />f) Existing landslides area.<br /><br /><br /><br />Most vulnerable homes for floods are:<br />a) If biomas materials like bamboo, leaves, thatch are used to construct huts then they are easily destroyed in floods and washed away.<br />b) Buildings which are constructed with earth-based material or using stone and brick in mud mortar.<br />c) Flood plains attract poor urban dwellers because of inexpensive land values.<br />d) Occupation of areas within the flood plains of rivers especially in areas of high population has increased the vulnerability.<br /><br />The Effect on buildings due to floods are:<br /><br />a) Water under high stream velocity washes away the houses.<br />b) Rising waters may cause in flotation of houses from their foundations.<br />c) Even though houses remain intact on their foundation, floods may cause severe damage to materials.<br />d) Velocity of water may erode th foundation of the house which may result in the collapse of the house.<br />e) Massive floating objects like trees, electric poles, etc., may effect the standing houses and cause significant damage.<br />f) Other forms of damage are wall erosion, cracks and bulging damage to water supply, sanitation and electrical systems.<br /><br />Protection measures against floods are:<br /><br />a) Residing on river banks and slopes on river banks should be avoided.<br />b) Buildings should be built at 250 meters away from the sea coast/river banks.<br />c) To build proper drainage systems in all flood prone area.<br />d) To construct the whole village or settlement on a raised platform higher than the high flood level.<br />e) To construct the building with a plinth level higher than the known high flood level.<br /><br />The effects of cyclones on buildings are:<br /><br />i) Punching and blowing off of corrugated iron roofing sheets attached to steel trusses.<br />ii) Brittle failure of asbestos - cement sheeting of the roofs of industrial sheds; failure of these sheets is generally ridges and gable ends.<br />iii) Failure of large industrial buildings with light weight roof coverings and long/tall walls due to combination of internal and external pressures.<br />iv) Failure of roofing elements and walls along the gable ends particularly due to high internal pressures.<br />v) Overturning failures of compound walls of various types.<br />vi) Failures of improperly attached or constructed parapets.<br />vii) Damage to roof/lintel projections.<br />viii) Damage to improperly attached windows or window frames.</span>

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What are the easy and best ways to take care of flower garden?


1. Keep the water up to them so they do not dry out completely but do not over water. Many species of flowers will die quickly if allowed to dry out, especially in hot summers. Get yourself a good book covering the species of plants you have to improve you knowledge in caring for the plants.

2. Fertilise with a suitable slow release fertiliser in spring and summer.

3. Mulch the beds with a suitable product to retard weeds and retain soil moisture.

4. If the flowers are planted in a heavy soil dig a little river sand into the soil where possible in existing beds.

5. Don't use garden chemicals to ward off pests. If you have pest susceptible flower species that will require chemical spraying and the like, remove them and replace them with hardier more resilient species.

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How do i fix yellow leaves on citris trees exc orange lemon, manerine


There are many things that can cause yellowing of leaves. Start with doing a soil PH test. If the soil is too acid or too alkaline, that can cause yellow leaves. Iron deficiency can also cause yellow leaves, as can other mineral issues. These are typically caused by soil ph problems.

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20 YARDS OF DIRTY RIVER ROCK EQUALS HOW MANY TONS


Hello. That's a little tricky. I had 10 yards delivered years ago and I figured that I filled my wheelbarrow about 15 times for each yard. Keep in mind that usually 10 - 12 loads of soil is about 1 cubic yard, but obviously lighter and easier to push. So,...count on about 160 -180 lbs per load times 15 loads per yard equals 2400 - 2700 pounds. Times that, times 20 yards, and you have 48000 - 54000 pounds, or about 24 - 27 tons. Now, you have to think about all that dirt on the rocks which I don't think will add too much weight unless it's being dug out of clay then you might want to add a few hundred pounds per ton.

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Where is the Red River? In Texas


the Red River is the second-largest river basin in the southern Great Plains.[4] It rises in two branches (forks) in the Texas Panhandle and flows east, where it acts as the border between the states of Texas and Oklahoma. It forms a short border between Texas and Arkansas before entering Arkansas, turning south near Fulton, Arkansas and flowing into Louisiana, where it flows into the Atchafalaya River. The total length of the river is 1,360 miles (2,190 km), with a mean flow of over 57,000 cubic feet per second (1,600 m3/s) at the mouth.

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African name for the vaal river


Vaal is a Dutch name (later Afrikaans), translated by the Griquas or Boers[7] from an earlier Kora Khoikhoi name Tky-Gariep (/hei !garib, drab river).[Both Vaal and Tky mean "drab" or "dull", which alludes to the colour of the waters, especially noticeable during flood season when the river carries a lot of silt. In the upper reaches the river was named Likwa(Sindebele), Ikwa (isiZulu), ilikwa (siSwati), lekwa (Sesotho), or cuoa by the Khoikhoi, all referring to the plain it traverses.

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African name for vaal river


Vaal is a Dutch name (later Afrikaans), translated by the Griquas or Boers from an earlier Kora Khoikhoi name Tky-Gariep (/hei !garib, drab river). Both Vaal and Tky mean "drab" or "dull", which alludes to the colour of the waters, especially noticeable during flood season when the river carries a lot of silt. In the upper reaches the river was named Likwa(Sindebele), Ikwa (isiZulu), ilikwa (siSwati), lekwa (Sesotho), or cuoa by the Khoikhoi, all referring to the plain it traverses.

Feb 13, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Can roundup be put on wet soil?


Hi,
Yes, the soil can be wet but the leaves of the vegetaion should be dry and there should be no rain for an hour after the application...
The roundup is actually absorbed through the leaves....and then transfered to the root system that way,
That is why the soil condition does not matter...

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Where is river Nile is situated?


The nine countries through which the river Nile flows are Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda, DR Congo, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Egypt. River Nile basically is a huge north flowing river based in Africa, often regarded as the longest flowing river on planet earth, though some people believe the Amazon in South America is much longer. The river Nile has two key tributaries known as the White Nile and Blue Nile, the second one being the main source of Nile's water and fertile soil. The White Nile originates from the Great Lakes region of central Africa. From Blurtit.com Farmerbear at FixYa.com

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