That part of the precipitation which infiltrates the surface soil and moves laterally through the upper soil horizons above the water table toward surface waters. Also called subsurface runoff (see baseflow).
In hydrologic terms, the lateral motion of water through the upper layers until it enters a stream channel. This usually takes longer to reach stream channels than runoff. This also called subsurface storm flow.
Calls that flow out of the ACD to another site, a voice mail system, or telephone number that is not part of the ACD environment. When an ACD group cannot handle all the calls coming in, the call can be manually or automatically inter-flowed to another site. This feature allows calls to be rerouted to a predefined destination
The lateral movement of water in the zone between the soil surface and the water table during and immediately after a precipitation event. Interflow water discharges directly into a surface water body.
The water, derived from precipitation, that infiltrates the soil surface and then moves laterally through the upper layers of soil above the water table until it reaches a stream channel or returns to the surface at some point downslope from its point of infiltration. Although readily defined, interflow is difficult to measure and quantify. Compare subsurface flow.
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