fluviatile


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fluvial

, fluviatile
of, relating to, or occurring in a river

fluviatile

[′flü·vē·ə‚tīl]
(geology)
Resulting from river action.
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RESUMEN--Registramos la presencia del cladocero Diaphanosoma fluviatile Hansen 1899 en el Lago Waco y Lago Mexia, dos embalses localizados en la region central del estado de Texas.
A sector within a high-frequency part of the area with an anomalous magnetic field shows some distinct and well correlated zones that can be followed from survey line to line in the recent/present deposition of the fluviatile sediments onto the sea floor.
Diagnoses of new species of terrestrial and fluviatile shells from British and German East Africa, with the description of a new genus (Eussoia) from the Eusso Nyior River, BE Africa.
1 2 -- Cicuta virosa 4 -- -- Elodea canadensis 10 17 7 Equisetum fluviatile 5 7 1 Fontinalis antipyretica 29 14 5 Glyceria fluitans 9 4 2 Glyceria maxima 2 5 -- Hippuris vulgaris 2 4 -- Hydrocharis morsus-ranae 2 1 -- Iris pseudacorus 3 6 -- Lemna gibba 1 6 -- Lemna minor 19 18 2 Lemna trisulca 9 9 2 Mentha aquatica 16 14 3 Myriophyllum spicatum 6 4 -- Nuphar lutea 26 24 4 Phalaris arundinacea 21 15 6 Phragmites australis 10 7 3 Potamogeton alpinus 11 6 1 Potamogeton berchtoldii -- 2 -- Potamogeton crispus 1 -- -- Potamogeton gramineus 1 1 1 Potamogeton lucens 3 4 -- Potamogeton natans 4 1 -- Potamogeton perfoliatus 11 8 1 Potamogeton praelongus 6 2 1 Potamogeton sp.
Last glacial maximum lacustrine and fluviatile formations in the Tibesti and other Saharan mountains, and large-scale climatic teleconnections linked to the activity of the subtropical jet stream.
These sediments are formed mainly of fluviatile fine sand-silt intercalation and accumulated at low-energy environment.
In the upper part, siltstone units reach a thickness of 8-12 m and are interbedded with fluviatile sandstone and conglomerate layers of variable thickness (Fig.
2, 16 Equisetum fluviatile -- -- -- Equisetum palustris 13, 0.
Fluviatile incisions, such as those of the Ribeiro de Alvito, which partly drains the depression today, took place only later in Early or Mid Pleistocene (Gaida 1984).
00 gr/MT) of surficial to near surface fluviatile material.
The geology consists of Holocene marine sediments underlain by Miocene deposits known as the 'Continental Terminal', a thick series of ferruginised and argillaceous sandstones, mudstones and carbonaceous layers, deposited under fluviatile and lacustrine conditions (Wright et al.
Equisetum fluviatile was distributed along the southern shore of the lake, and Lycopus europeaus along the eastern and western shores.