Clasts are polymictic
including instrusive and extrusive fragments, mineralized fragments and possible basement quartzite fragments indicating deep roots to the system
Conglomerate is commonly polymictic
, displaying subangular, sub-rounded and angular clasts up to 8 cm across of local basement rock lithologies; granodiorite, diorite, and quartzite are especially common.
The water column is frequently mixed and the lakes are therefore referred to as polymictic
Both Peipsi and Vortsjarv are polymictic
lakes and do not stratify during the ice-free season (Jaani, 2001; Laas et al.
The lake belongs to the polymictic
type of lakes, where complete mixture of the water body takes place several times a year.
It is a hard-water, eutrophic, polymictic
reservoir (Kimmel and Lind, 1972), used for municipal water supply, recreation, flood control, and conservation.
Overconsobdared matrix and striated and flat-iron shaped, polymictic
clasts indicate that this is basal till, most likely correlating with the Sagatuck Till.
Regulation of cyanobacteria and microcystin dynamics in polymictic
The phosphorus and nitrogen flows in a boundary layer "bottom-water" and their role in polymictic
lakes functioning (on the example of Naroch lakes ecosystem).
varies in the monomictic, dimictic, and polymictic
Parent material of the soils is derived from upper Shiwalik rocks composed mainly of polymictic
conglomerates of variable composition containing many unstable materials such as granite, basalt, limestone, etc.
In the same stratigraphic position there are polymictic
poorly sorted conglomerates lenses with random angular gravels locally imbricated, which reflect very high-energy deposition environments where deposition occurred as slope changed.