lag deposit

lag deposit

[′lag di‚päz·ət]
(geology)
Residual accumulation of coarse, unconsolidated rock and mineral debris left behind by the winnowing of finer material.
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FNNI continues to demonstrate above-peer asset sensitivity due to its ability to quickly reprice its credit card portfolio and its strong retail deposit base, which allows the company to lag deposit pricing.
We now forecast single-digit loan growth in 2H10 at both banks, which is likely to lag deposit inflows.
A feature of the Tibooburra goldfield, in addition to the evidence of widespread hydrothermal activity and mineralisation, is the presence of extensive areas of quartz float-covered soil flats, the float comprising both angular vein-derived quartz and outwash or lag deposits of Cretaceous-derived quartz pebbles.
follows on from previous studies in northwestern New South Wales, specifically their work on lag deposits of artefacts, hearths and burials.
Lag deposits may have a negative skewness and winnowed deposits a positive skewness; Percent gravel by weight was determined to ascertain overall energy of deposition and the rate in which stream competency is lost during deposition; 5) Percent of gravel coarser than -4.
6Mya to Present) broken up to form lag deposits or iron ore fragments left behind and concentrated as the rest of the fragmented material are washed away.