Erosion. Broker shall notify the Director in writing of any claim(s)which may erode the annual aggregate limits of any insurance policy to a point where the remaining insurance limits no longer comply with the requirements of this Agreement.
Erosion. Purchaser is advised that the Property being purchased may be subject to coastal erosion and to federal, state, or local regulations that govern coastal property, including the delineation of the coastal construction control line, rigid coastal protection structures, beach nourishment, and the protection of marine turtles. Additional information can be obtained from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, including whether there are significant erosion conditions associated with the shoreline of the Property being purchased. To the extent applicable to the Property, Purchaser hereby waives the right to obtain from any Seller an affidavit with respect to, or a survey meeting the requirements of Chapter 472 of the Florida Statues delineating, the location of the coastal construction control line on the Property.
Erosion. Erosion is defined as progressive loss of material (protective film and/or underlying metal) from a solid surface due to mechanical interaction between that surface and a fluid, multicomponent fluid, or impinging liquid or solid particles . Erosion is also a complex process and can be affected by numerous material and process parameters. As previously discussed for corrosion, the mechanical and physical properties of the metal, oxide and erodent, as well as the process parameters, can affect the erosion rate. The significant metal property affecting erosion rate is hardness, but other factors such as grain boundary area, grain orientation, inclusion content, alloy segregation, and surface finish will also influence erosion. Porosity, hardness, interfacial bonding (chemical or mechanical), and permeability are a few of the oxide film characteristics that will influence erosion. Critical erodent properties are hardness, morphology, friability, mass, and size. Velocity, erodent concentration, and slurry rheology along with angle of impingent are critical process parameters that must be considered when designing for erosion . The WTP history and a discussion of the various parameters affecting erosion were comprehensively discussed by Xxxxxxx in 2001 .
Erosion. Control Fiber Mesh: Biodegradable burlap or spun-coir mesh, a minimum of 0.92 lb/sq. yd with 50 to 65 percent open area. Include manufacturer’s recommended steel wire staples, 6 inches.
Erosion.  Scour and/or sediment deposition evident, and extending more than 20 feet below outlet of cross drain or other drainage structure (e.g., culvert, rolling dip, waterbar).  Scour &/or sediment movement into SMZ or drainageway from road surface, cut slope, or fill slope.  Material sidecast within 25 feet of a channel, ditch or drainageway, or onto slopes vegetated for erosion control.
Erosion. All waters shall be free from deleterious levels of soil particles resulting from erosion of land involved in earthwork, such as construction of public works, highways, or commercial or industrial developments, or the cultivation and management of agricultural or forested lands. Lummi Nation Water Quality Standards relating to metals are provided in 17 LAR 07.040 Toxic Substances. Numeric Water Quality Standards as aquatic life and human health criteria are provided for arsenic, chromium (III and VI), copper, lead, mercury, and zinc. Toxic substances criteria also apply to ammonia, a nutrient that is toxic at high concentrations. Table 2.2 provides numeric water quality criteria for substances monitored as part of the NMH Project. Table 2.2 Toxic Substance Criteria for Surface Waters of the Lummi Indian Reservation Substance Aquatic Life Criteria Human Health Criteria FR Citation/Source Freshwater Saltwater For Consumption of: CMC Acute (µg/L) CCC Chronic (µg/L) CMC Acute (µg/L) CCC Chronic (µg/L) Water + Organism (µg/L) Organism Only (µg/L) Ammonia ll mm 233 35 vv vv EPA822-R-99-014 EPA440/5-88-004 WAC 173-201A-040 Arsenic 340 A, D, K 150 A, D, K 69 A, D, bb 36 A, D, bb 0.0000 X, X, X 0.0000 X, X, X 00XX00000 57FR60848 Chromium (III) 570 D, E, K 74 D, E, K Vv vv Z Total vv EPA820/B-96-001 65FR31682 Chromium (VI) 16 D, K 11 D, K 1,100 D, bb 50 D, bb Z Total vv 65FR31682 Copper 13 D, E, K, cc 9.0 D, E, K, cc 4.8 D, cc, ff 3.1 D, cc, ff 1,300 U vv 65FR31682 Lead 65 D, E, bb, gg 2.5 D, E, bb, gg 210 D, bb 8.1 D, bb vv vv EPA823-R-01-001 65FR31682 Mercury 1.4 D, K, hh 0.012 ww, xx 1.8 D, ee, hh 0.025 D, ee 0.0054 0.0055 62FR42160 65FR31682 WAC 173-201A-040 Zinc 120 D, E, K 000 X, X, X 00 X, xx 00 X, xx 2,400 U 3,100 U 65FR31682 65FR66443 Table 2.2 Footnotes CMC Criteria maximum concentration. CCC Criteria continuous concentration. A This water quality criterion was derived from data for arsenic (III), but is applied here to total arsenic, which might imply that arsenic (III) and arsenic