Catchment

A drainage basin, or the area drained by a particular river system. Adjacent drainage basins are separated by watersheds. In North America, the term watershed refers to the entire drainage basin, and the height of land between basins referred to as a divide.

Catchment

Area which collects rainfall.

catchment

[n] - a structure in which water is collected
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Catchment

The area contributing surface water flow to a point on a drainage or river system; can be divided into sub-catchments.
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Catchment

Area of ground around path where water collects in the form of bogs, surface water, springs, streams; affects path drainage.
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Catchment

Catch'ment noun A surface of ground on which water may be caught and collected into a reservoir.
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catchment

noun a structure in which water is collected
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catchment

(kach´ment) the catching or collecting of water. catchment area.
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Catchment

• (n.) A surface of ground on which water may be caught and collected into a reservoir.
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CATCHMENT

The area drained by various sized watercourses including dolines.
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Catchment

(1) The catching or collecting of water, especially rainfall. (2) A reservoir or other basin for catching water. (3) The water thus caught.
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Catchment

An area that catches water.
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