paleohydrology

paleohydrology

[¦pāl·ē·ō·hī′dräl·ə·jē]
(geology)
The study of ancient hydrologic features preserved in rock.
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Lake-level reconstructions and paleohydrology of Birch Lake, central Alaska, based on seismic reflection profiles and core transects.
A discussion of paleohydrology related to faulting is followed by a description of the present hydrological setting of the island, characteristics of the Structural Hydrostratigraphic Unit (HU), and seven hydrogeological case studies.
Late Quaternary paleohydrology of the central Atacama Desert (lat 22-24[grados]S), Chile.
Cenozoic stratigraphy and paleohydrology of the Redington-San Manuel area, San Pedro River Valley, Arizona.
In: International Symposium on Paleohydrology Geomorphology of Large Rivers and Field Conference Araguaia, 1999, Goiania.
After an introduction to the science and the political controversy, the topics are the hydrology of the unsaturated zone, the saturated zone hydrology, the fluid geochemistry, the paleohydrology of unsaturated and saturated zones, conditions and processes affecting radionuclide transport, and effects of coupled processes on the proposed repository.
Holocene paleohydrology of the tropical andes from lake records.
Holocene paleohydrology of Little Salt Spring, Florida, based on ostracod assemblages and stable isotopes.