lacustrine sediments

lacustrine sediments

[lə′kəs·trən ′sed·ə·məns]
(geology)
Sediments that are deposited in lakes.
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After the decline of the Baltic Ice Lake lacustrine sediments (lime and gyttja up to 1 m in thickness) were deposited into the Varudi depression, followed by peat accumulation in the Holocene (Suuroja et al.
The sampling program is designed to augment and compliment previous Cypress sampling that outlined a mineralized zone at surface, averaging approximately 1,350 ppm Li in a sequence of volcaniclastic and lacustrine sediments.
We have already identified some areas inundated by the tsunamis where the ponded water appears to have emplaced lacustrine sediments, including evaporites.
Evidence supporting the Ypsilanti lowstand in the ancestral Lake Erie basin was not observed within two sequences of glacial lacustrine sediments.
Abundance and diversity of ostracods in lacustrine sediments are sensitive proxies of environment', Quaternary Sciences, 2000; 20(3): 296.
Mudstones discussed here include recent lake deposits in South America and Africa, modern and ancient lacustrine sediments, Jurassic terrestrial and Cambrian marine deposits, and diagenesis in ancient marine successions.
Vivianite is a widespread mineral in lacustrine sediments (see samples of world occurrences in Fagel et al.
Increase in mercury contamination recorded in lacustrine sediments following deforestation in the Central Amazon," Chemical Geology, vol.
The development of lacustrine sediments at Mleiha may help explain the inland expansion of Late Pre-Islamic period influence due to increased water availability.
2000) Soft-sediment deformation structures interpreted as seismites in lacustrine sediments of the Prebetic Zone, SE Spain, and their potential use as indicators of earthquake magnitudes during the Late Miocene.
Seismic sources were tested on the Ljubljana Moor (Figure 1), a Quaternary tectonic basin filled with up to 150 m of fluvial and lacustrine sediments.