Waterlogging or water logging may refer to:
  • Waterlogging (agriculture)
    Waterlogging (agriculture)
    Waterlogging refers to the saturation of soil with water. Soil may be regarded as waterlogged when the water table of the groundwater is too high to conveniently permit an anticipated activity, like agriculture....

    , saturation of the soil by groundwater sufficient to prevent or hinder agriculture
  • Waterlogging (archeology)
    Waterlogging (archeology)
    In archaeology, waterlogging refers to the long-term exclusion of air by groundwater. Such waterlogging preserves perishable artifacts. Thus, in a site which has been waterlogged since the archaeological horizon was deposited, exceptional insight may be obtained by study of artifacts made of...

    , the exclusion of air from an archeological site by groundwater, preserving artifacts
  • Underwater logging
    Underwater logging
    Underwater logging is the process of logging trees from underwater forests. When artificial reservoirs and dams are built, large areas of forest are often inundated; although the trees die, the wood is often preserved. The trees can then be felled using special underwater machinery and floated up...

    , the process of harvesting trees that are submerged under water
  • Watered stock
    Watered stock
    Watered stock is an asset with an artificially-inflated value. The term is most commonly used to refer to a form of securities fraud common under older corporate laws that placed a heavy emphasis upon the par value of stock.- Origin of term :...

    , an asset with artificially high value
  • Waterlogged, full or clogged of water
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