DWQ

AcronymDefinition
DWQDepartment of Water Quality
DWQDivision of Water Quality (various states)
DWQData Warehouse Quality
DWQDual-Water Quicklook Log (energy production)
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1979) that memory entails a phase transition from a chaotic vacuum state to one that is relatively ordered, Vitiello (1995, 2003) proposes the DWQ when in their lowest ground state as inducing a stability of memory with the distinctions of long-term as 'stable' and inherent to the vacuum state, whereas short-term (memory) corresponds to the excitations of the DWQ condensates which were described earlier.
Firstly, on denoting the DWQ by A(k) for some k, the number N(A) for all k of the A(k)-modes in the vacuum state |0(N)>, is taken to define a coding of information relative to the order parameters.
Given that the DWQ frequency depends on time t, modes A(k, t), [??](k, t), are considered so that the coupled system of differences A - [??] is describable in terms of an oscillator frequent.
Data from DWQ shows that 22 lagoons (out of approximately 4000 or .5%) had some sort of malfunction - either running over (technically permitted by law since rainfall exceeded the 25 year, 24 hour storm total) or floodwater encroachment.
The much publicized results from the DWQ well sampling and testing program in 1996 indicated 47 wells in Sampson County and 89 wells state-wide had nitrate-nitrogen (nitrate) concentrations in excess of the North Carolina groundwater standard of 10 ppm.
After media reports linked the nitrate-contaminated wells in Sampson County to the pork production industry, an independent environmental engineering firm was retained by the North Carolina Pork Council to objectively review the DWQ well testing data and to identify potential sources of nitrate in the vicinity of contaminated wells.
These rules also allowed the director of DWQ to determine on a case by case basis whether a facility should not be deemed permitted and to require a facility to apply for an individual nondischarge permit.
Under these rules, waste plans certified by a technical specialist are reviewed by the local soil and water conservation district and the certification form is submitted to the DWQ. The Soil and Water Conservation Commission rules gave NRCS, the Cooperative Extension Service and the N.C.
The Division of Soil and Water Conservation (DSWC), DWQ, the Cooperative Extension Service and NRCS each names two representatives to the committee.
The DWQ was given the task of conducting annual compliance inspections at these same operations.