lacustrine sediments

lacustrine sediments

[lə′kəs·trən ′sed·ə·məns]
(geology)
Sediments that are deposited in lakes.
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These shallowly dipping horizons sometimes have the appearance of a banded quartz vein but are now interpreted to be the result of the silicification of lacustrine sediments that are forming at the same time as the epithermal event.
Distinguishing aeolian signature from lacustrine sediments of the Qaidam Basin in northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and its palaeoclimatic implications.
Yang, "Assessment of heavy metal enrichment and its human impact in lacustrine sediments from four lakes in the mid-low reaches of the Yangtze River, China," Journal of Environmental Sciences, vol.
Key words: salmon; sockeye salmon; anadromous fish; marine fish remains; south-central Alaska; Eklutna Lake; lacustrine sediments; nitrogen isotopes
"We have already identified some areas inundated by the tsunamis where the ponded water appears to have emplaced lacustrine sediments, including evaporites.
'Abundance and diversity of ostracods in lacustrine sediments are sensitive proxies of environment', Quaternary Sciences, 2000; 20(3): 296.
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 above-mentioned eight chemical elements are related to organic, carbonate or other authigenic components of lacustrine sediments. So biogenic and authigenic sedimentation processes were the main reason for As and Mo anomalies.
Vivianite is a widespread mineral in lacustrine sediments (see samples of world occurrences in Fagel et al.