Definition of Rewetting

1. Noun. A second or subsequent wetting ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rewetting

1. rewet [v] - See also: rewet

Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewetting

reweigh
reweighed
reweighing
reweighs
reweight
reweighted
reweighting
reweights
reweld
rewelded
rewelding
rewelds
rewet
rewets
rewetted
rewetting (current term)
rewful
rewicker
rewickering
rewiden
rewidened
rewidening
rewidens
rewild
rewilded
rewilding
rewilds
rewin
rewind
rewindable

Literary usage of Rewetting

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Journal of Geology by University of Chicago Department of Geology and Paleontology (1906)
"A pure clay, slowly subsiding from quiet waters, and wet sufficiently long to become compact upon drying, would retain its mud- cracks upon rewetting, ..."

2. Soil Physics and Rice by International Rice Research Institute (1985)
"The method, however, can be used to study the evolution of the structure of pud— dled soils subject to drying and rewetting (Table 1). ..."

3. Biology and Management of the Floodwater Ecosystem in Rice Fields by Pierre A. Roger (1996)
"Desiccation and rewetting. Soil algae and spore-forming cyanobacteria have ... A peak of C and N mineralization occurs during rewetting of desiccated soils ..."

4. Water-wise Rice Production by B A M Bouman (2002)
"Intermittent ponding expectedly influences the bio-geochemical cycles that might shape events that follow soil drying and rewetting in the bed-planting ..."

5. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1907)
"A pure clay, slowly subsiding from quiet waters, and wet sufficiently long to become compact upon drying, would retain its mud-cracks upon rewetting either ..."

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