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Why is a drainage system important?

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2014-08-23 04:39:10
2014-08-23 04:39:10

A drainage system is important as it serves as a water management system. This will be used in removing water where it is not required and directing it to the required areas.

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Drainage system is defined as the river system of an area.Eg:ganga river system.

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they are still building a drainage system

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The countries drainage system is a river that collects water in a drainage basin. It also may be called a Himalayan or Peninsular drainage.

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Yes,it does.The Indus Valley Civilisation drainage system is a roadside type of drainage.

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A drainage system that is additional to the normal one.

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Or Dendritic drainage system is a drainage system where one main river is joined and formed by many smaller tributary rivers - like the branches of a tree.

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* In geomorphology, a drainage system is the pattern formed by the streams, rivers, and lakes in a particular watershed. They are governed by the topography of the land, whether a particular region is dominated by hard or soft rocks, and the gradient of the land. See: Drainage system (Geomorphology).* In agriculture, a drainage system is an intervention to control waterlogging aiming at soil improvement for agricultural production. See: Drainage system (agriculture).* In industrial and residential areas, a drainage system is a facility to dispose of liquid waste. See: Sustainable urban drainage systems and Sewage.

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Sani Flow system if not able to get gravity drainage.

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Drainage Basins are open systems. This is because they are open to input from outside the system. For example: Rain which evaporated from outside the system, could travel through the atmosphere, before dropping as precipitation (rain/snow) into the drainage basin. This means extra water has entered the system. Drainage basins also lose water. This is because all drainage basins fuel a river, which then leads to the sea. This means water escapes the system. An example of a closed system is the hydrological cycle.

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Having a drainage system allows the water to run off. This avoids standing water that can become smelly and full of mosquitos.

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The Lake Eyre Basin is the world's largest inland drainage basin.

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Drainage system of Mumbai has bad impression because of occasional floods. It was responsible for heavy floods all over the city in 2005.

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The electrical system, plumbing system, heating/cooling system and drainage system

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If you don't have proper drainage it will drown the plant and also cause mold and such and rot the roots.

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The drainage system was very well maintained. the drains from the houses joined the street drains. these drains were covered with bricks slabs.l

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the term natural drainage means the natural run off of water from an area in rivers and streams . Drainage pattern, drainage system and network of rivers are terms use dto describe the nautural drainage of an area. ( extracted from 'THE ENVIRONMENT OF PAKISTAN " By Huma Naz Sethi )


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