lacustrine


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lacustrine

[lə′kəs·trən]
(geology)
Belonging to or produced by lakes.
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The paleontological data show that the sequences in the studied area were deposited in a fresh water lacustrine environment with periodically changing water depth.
These lithologies broadly make up the six main lithofacies described by Kennedy and Gibling (2011) that constitute the fill of this subtropical basin: lacustrine with restricted circulation, marginal lacustrine, near-shore lacustrine, coastal deltaic, braided alluvial plain, and proximal alluvium.
Key words: Ndumo Game Reserve, pan, riverine, lacustrine, floristics, riparian, wetland.
Similar movement patterns related to spawning activities have been observed for razorback sucker inhabiting both lotic and lacustrine environments (Mueller et al.
The longitudinal compartmentalization of reservoirs divides them into well-characterized zones, where the water mass is often divided into lacustrine (LZ), transitional, and riverine (RZ) zones (Thornton, 1990; Terra and Araujo, 2011).
Mudstones discussed here include recent lake deposits in South America and Africa, modern and ancient lacustrine sediments, Jurassic terrestrial and Cambrian marine deposits, and diagenesis in ancient marine successions.
The small fish featured that day were tulingan, dilis, dulong and galunggong (mackerel tuna, anchovy, lacustrine goby, scad).
Response of Lacustrine Biota to Late Holocene Climate and Environmental Conditions in Northernmost Ungava (Canada).
2010 (in press), revealing that the sequence was deposited in a deltaic setting reflecting fluvial to lacustrine facies deposits.
To date, only a few fluvial or lacustrine records covering the early to mid-Holocene period from the region have been studied.
Sedimentological evidence for a large lacustrine system (1) would not necessarily be detrimental to mussel survival or reduction in diversity.