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Re: Research
October 04, 1999 at 21:12:33
In Reply to: Re: Research
posted by wayne from granger, wa on October 04, 1999 at 19:03:24

Billy/wayne Not quite right. no matter how the do-gooders want to use the word, it has a very distinct and precise meaning. Sediment means anything that settles out. In terms of rivers, it means anything that is heavy enough to settle to the bottom in spite of the water velocity in the stream. If it is in a pond or lake, same thing. Anything that settles out and leaves a layer of "somthing" on the bottom. Don't let the do-gooders change our language, they are trying. Hang in there. KEN in cr

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