fluvial deposit

fluvial deposit

[¦flü·vē·əl di′päz·ət]
(geology)
A sedimentary deposit of material transported by or suspended in a river.
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(https://gsw.silverchair-cdn.com/gsw/Content_public/Journal/gsabulletin/PAP/10.1130_B31567.1/1/B31567.pdf?Expires=1505916679&Signature=Jw7Ahr3vSRbuW7v~WZwrLe0qrXCLpHUVZR2xwo2NLoD68mn6RHVRjS~W4CZ~yrmX82ytTb~Pg5sZp06RjVSty2oYkkQuxqd0znkmuWqvyRLvETV2~FXkVoquDzSVR1RyvgFG-H4fnTMPdeXxutxodFKAHKxUlLbOcMWWgdMG-nJNnUhc085h6JD9qwT-hLYnJZx-we94ITzZgOzcRcXnUHf04c2aJLPJ-90k69XXmqFs5WptEHyViDL5-EM8ug2p1yqutGL7Z~Ebc9MP5yebtNf4cUxxnI8BgsZoFufFbSJWQN6~Ns0JZYe5DwcBV0YmBYTEJlxvXYmCCNqk8OL-Xg__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAIUCZBIA4LVPAVW3Q) They identified fluvial deposit stacking patterns .
Cardenas and colleagues from the Jackson School of Geosciences identify fluvial deposit stacking patterns and changes in sedimentation styles controlled by a migratory coastline.
(1) Fluvial deposits: Figure 2 shows the typical fluvial deposit terraces section of the Lancang River.
The objective of this study is to assess the effectiveness of GPR using continuous reflection sounding in a homogeneous fluvial deposit consisting largely of medium sands to medium gravels.
The areas in Haripur basin are mostly plain containing both alluvial and fluvial deposits (Mirza and Ahmed, 2005).
mud and mica drapes, tidal bundles, reactivation surfaces) allow their interpretation as fluvial deposits.
This facies association is thus related to tidally-influenced fluvial deposits in an estuarine environment, where the alternating sandstone and finer sediment beds are attributed to alternations in the energy of the system (Johnson and Dashtgard, 2014).
(2010) found a prevalent muddy composition with some key sandstones (guias) and coal beds, in which such coal beds are interbedded with mudstone and sandstone in a pattern beginning with tidal deposits followed by coastal deposits (such as lagoons) and lastly fluvial deposits. Markov Chains statistical analyses have been used by several authors to differentiate geological processes and construct facies models based on transition frequency (Harper, 1984) and can also be used to determine which lithofacies are generally found above or below other lithofacies.
* Jannah Dam project in Lebanon, which involves the excavation of 60m of fluvial deposits and above ground construction of 105m.
Soils consist mainly of marine and fluvial deposits that are readily erodible and with poor drainage capability.
In terms of style, these deposits likely represent a transition from the arid, strongly seasonal fluvial deposits of the Mabou Group to the perennial braided fluvial deposits of the lower Boss Point Formation (Allen et al.
In 1903, Stanton reported six new species of freshwater mollusks from fluvial deposits of the Kootenai Formation that were "certainly not older than the Lower Cretaceous" (1).