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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Krantz, Bonn, Germany), and two types of amorphous silica: silica gel (Merck, Kenilworth, NJ, USA) and bio-opal (amorphous silica of biogenic origin) obtained from Equisetum fluviatile (water horsetail) following the procedure of Bartoli and Wilding (1980).
The Pleistocene and Recent subdivided into different formations, these are fluviatile and alluvial deposits covering most of the study area in the form of gravel, coarse sand, and loamy materials.
1959, Experimental abrasion: 3, Fluviatile action on sand: American Journal of Science, v.
The Late Cretaceous emerged by a regression of sea which is represented by Mughal Kot Formation (shale and sandstone with minor limestone) Fort Munro Limestone of carbonate shallow marine Pab Formation (mainly sandstone with subordinate shale) of muddy to sandy shelf distal deltaic and fluviatile environments and Vitakri Formation (red muds and white to grey sandstone) of fluvial origin (Malkani 2006 2007a b).
The poor and good, both types of sorting exhibited by the grains further suggested that these sediments were deposited under the fluviatile and beach or near ocean environments, respectively.
The Morella Formation is made up of fluviatile sandstones and red clays, which were occasionally influenced by tides (e.
Glyceria triflora 2 Beckmannia syzigachne Equisetum fluviatile Eleocharis palustris Eleocharis mamillata 1 r Companions Ranunculus sceleratus r Agrostis stolonifera r Persicaria hydropiper r Bidens raidatus Area ([m.
fluviatile y describieron una ultraestructura tipica de celulas con alta actividad metabolica, con presencia de un profuso reticulo endoplasmatico, gran cantidad de plastidios, mitocondrias, cuerpos multivesiculares y en la pared, multiples canales de intercomunicacion de hasta 0.
These sediments are dominated usually by carbonates, evaporates, fluviatile, aeolian and marine debris and are sometimes cemented with carbonate or gypsum (Cookl et.
1983): Studies in fluviatile sedimentation: bars, bar-complexes and sandstones sheets (low-sinousity braided streams) in the Brownstones (L.
The genus name is derived from the Latin equis, meaning horse and seta, meaning bristle, in reference to the coarse black roots of Equisetum fluviatile which resemble a horse's tail (Hauke, 1993).