subaerial


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subaerial

[¦səb′er·ē·əl]
(geology)
Pertaining to conditions and processes occurring beneath the atmosphere or in the open air, that is, on or adjacent to the land surface.
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Its limited spatial resolution compared to extremely high-resolution measurements over small areas can be complemented by the combined use of ALS and TLS data sets [16,17], which makes it possible to quantify the pattern of spatial changes in the subaerial beach.
Subaerial symbiotic green algae:interactions with vascular plant hosts.
Tetrapod trackways provide additional evidence for subaerial exposure and presence of a firm substrate.
Subaerial parts of sedimentary beaches (that are occasionally impacted by large waves during high water level) may exhibit even larger variability.
I also suggest that damage from osmotic stress was probably aggravated by subaerial exposure of the animals during low tides, and possibly by their burial under transported sediment.
9:15 A PHYLOGENETIC COMPARISON OF UNICELLULAR SUBAERIAL GREEN ALGAE FROM SOUTH GEORGIA **, J.
White A, Hochella M (1992) Surface-chemistry associated with the cooling and subaerial weathering of recent basalt flows.
Pirquen zone, which is underlain by a package of subaerial volcanic rocks made
Stichococcus, a genus subaerial unicellular algae, is the photobiont in Staurothele and Endocarpon and forms small rectangular cells within the ascocarp amongst the asci.
The present morpho-sedimentary pattern consists of a series of subaerial marsh islands atop a complex of very-fine sand shoals extending inland toward the drowned river channel (Fig.
Contacts between formations lack evidence of protracted, subaerial exposure, such as would be consistent with deposition over hundreds of millions of years.
The study used an integrative approach and monitored eruptive activity, including lava flow output, explosive activity, flank instability, submarine and subaerial landslides, tsunami, and mitigation strategies.