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lacustrine

[lə′kəs·trən]
(geology)
Belonging to or produced by lakes.
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Additionally, based on the contents of major and trace elements, some researchers have suggested that JOS was deposited in an anoxic lacustrine environment in a warm humid climate [2].
Pagioro and Thomaz (2002) defined three different zones ofltaipu Reservoir based on the limnological characteristics: riverine, transition and lacustrine zones where the extension of each zone is approximately 25, 35 and 90 km, respectively (Okada et al., 2005).
In the interior, along the Levant Fracture System, lacustrine and continental deposits marked the Neogene.
A case in point is the LacCore (National Lacustrine Core Facility) Lab, where students and researchers study core samples from the Earth to learn more about the worlds continents.
We assessed historical presence of sockeye salmon in Eklutna Lake, Alaska, prior to construction of a diversion dam on the downstream Eklutna River in 1929, using nitrogen stable isotopes measured in a lacustrine core 93 cm long.
Their subjects are the adjustable hydraulic compressors that allow the building to remain upright on a geographically lacustrine terrain.
'If Kluane Lake levels go down,' he predicts, 'the lake could thus have no inflow and no exit flow, which would radically alter lake water nutrients and circulation, and this may impact on the lacustrine ecology.
Geochemical investigations of aquatic sediments in fluvial, lacustrine, estuarine, and marine environments are of fundamental interest for the assessment of natural ecosystems and the level of pollution that potentially harms them.
During the Early Jurassic and early Middle Jurassic period, the central basin was an intracontinental shallow lacustrine basin under the low-amplitude oscillating tectonic regime.
Banzi and Shokwe pan as a Riverine system and Nyamithi Pan as a Lacustrine system.
Similar movement patterns related to spawning activities have been observed for razorback sucker inhabiting both lotic and lacustrine environments (Mueller et al., 2000).
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.