fluviatile


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fluvial

, fluviatile
of, relating to, or occurring in a river

fluviatile

[′flü·vē·ə‚tīl]
(geology)
Resulting from river action.
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Hasta el presente se ha aceptado que la clase Bidentetea mantiene un unico orden Bidentetalia tripartitae y que toda su diversidad se reparte entre dos alianzas: Bidention tripartitae y Chenopodion rubri (= Chenopodion fluviatile).
Three species of limnetic cladocerans were constant and abundant in L3, with the following mean densities: Moina minuta (17,608 ind.[m.sup.-3]), Diaphanosoma fluviatile (10,015 ind.[m.sup.-3]) and Bosminopsis deitersi (8,916 ind.[m.sup.-3]).
These sediments are formed mainly of fluviatile fine sand-silt intercalation and accumulated at low-energy environment.
This suggests that the lacustrine aeneus are not a closed gene pool, and some selective pressure maintains a high tooth count in spite of intergrading with fluviatile populations.
Equisetum fluviatile was distributed along the southern shore of the lake, and Lycopus europeaus along the eastern and western shores.
Chelyopsis]; Psephophorus as marine element; Trionyx as fluviatile and brackish element; and Testudinoidea as rare terrestrial/fluviatile elements.
L'age du gi'te de la colline Vinegar, qui semble d'origine fluviatile, n'avait pas ete confirme avant la presente etude.
Genese d'une terrasse fluviatile holocene et son importance pour la mise en valeur de la vallee.
The geology consists of Holocene marine sediments underlain by Miocene deposits known as the 'Continental Terminal', a thick series of ferruginised and argillaceous sandstones, mudstones and carbonaceous layers, deposited under fluviatile and lacustrine conditions (Wright et al.