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connate

[kə′nāt]
(geology)
Referring to materials involved in sedimentary processes that are contemporaneous with surrounding materials.
(science and technology)
Born, originated, or produced in a united or fused condition.
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Deep aquifers are found in most of the sedimentary basins around the world (Bachu, 2001a) and typically contain high-salinity connate water not suitable for human consumption or agricultural use.
a], it is within this area that the estuarine sediments that are high in connate marine and sulfide-oxidation derived salts are most likely located.
During the quarter, the Company initiated new studies, and continued projects, involving hundreds of meters of cores and hundreds of reservoir fluid samples, including crude oils, natural gases, natural gas liquids, and connate waters from deepwater Gulf of Mexico, offshore Brazil, offshore West Africa, including areas off Ghana and south to Angola, East Africa, the eastern sections of the Mediterranean province, and offshore northwest Australia.
As a result of abstraction, lateral and rising groundwater flows have accelerated the transport of connate brackish water from the deeper portion of the aquifer system and underlying crystalline basement, as well as seawater intrusion towards coastal groundwater intakes (Yezhova et al.
Smith (1945) restored the generic status of Wittrockia, arguing that the petals partially connate at their base were enough to distinguish it from Canistrum and Aechmea subgen.
The fruit is crowned by remains of perianth including six similar tepals, often basally connate into a tube (Fig.
34]S data negate the possibility of derivation of lacustrine 'seawater-like' brine chemistry from either marine transgressions or weathering of connate salts from marine strata (Chivas et al.
may be defined to be 'the expression of the Imagination' and poetry is connate with the origin of man" (my emphasis).
When saturated, a connate liquid film adheres to the rock and in combination with capillary forces reduces and blocks portions of the flow paths for liquid flow.
Thus the pore spaces between clay-sized particles may still contain connate water that was present when the clay was deposited.
2] connate or short-stalked with R3+4, 3) flagellum of the antenna uniquely specialized with long scales along posterior margin, except in the apical part, sometimes appressed or short rough scales on anterior margin, 4) labial palpus with third segment very slender, longer than second segment, and 5) male genitalia with variable shaped valva and elongated juxta.
This group has been recognized by botanists since the eighteenth century, receiving names such as the Monopetalae, Gamopetalae or Sympetalae (Wagenitz, 1992) all of which allude to the characteristic connate corolla.