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Water regime

Definition:

The water regime of a freshwater ecosystem is the prevailing pattern of water flow over a given time.

More specifically, it refers to the duration and timing of flooding resulting from surface water (overland flow), precipitation, and ground water inflow.

Source: GreenFacts

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Translation(s):

Español: Régimen de agua
Français: Régime des eaux

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