euxinic


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euxinic

[yük′sin·ik]
(hydrology)
Of or pertaining to an environment of restricted circulation and stagnant or anaerobic conditions.
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Sulfur isotope fractionation in modern euxinic systems: Implications for paleoenvironmental reconstructions of paired sulfate-sulfide isotope records.
Sulfur isotope systematics of a euxinic, low-sulfate lake: Evaluating the importance of the reservoir effect in modern and ancient oceans.
2004) Further evidence for the development of photiczone euxinic conditions during Mesozoic oceanic anoxic events.
The relatively low DOP of the more recent dredge spoil compared with those recognised as being from the 1960s is similar to the DOP values obtained from the estuary; however, there has been some increase in the DOP values such that they may be considered euxinic (Fig.
Further evidence for the development of photic-zone euxinic conditions during Mesozoic oceanic anoxic events.
The syngenetic hypothesis postulates that sulfur precipitated in euxinic (stagnant, anerobic) sea basins having extremely limited inflow of fresh water.
At the eastern end of the Black Sea and the south of the Caspian Sea, there are evergreen broadleaf forests, the Euxinic and Hyrcanian forests (see map).
The Euxinic evergreen broadleaf forests have only survived in the gorges and valleys of the southern faces of the Greater Caucasus Range on the edge of the Black Sea, in the districts running from Tuapse in southern Russia through the republics of Abkhazia, Georgia, and Ajaria (Adzhariya), to Batumi, the capital of Ajaria, which is almost on the frontier between Georgia and Turkey.
1996) compared the variability in framboid diameter and the ratio of framboid: crystallite size in sediments underlying euxinic (i.
Pyrite formation in euxinic and semi-euxinic sediments.
This euxinic more aromatic kerogen, enriched ca six-fold with nitrogen in comparison to the kukersite kerogen, is deposited in the same area and yields upon pyrolysis products which do not show the characteristic features of these of G.