paleohydrology

paleohydrology

[¦pāl·ē·ō·hī′dräl·ə·jē]
(geology)
The study of ancient hydrologic features preserved in rock.
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Peatland paleohydrology in southern West Siberian Lowlands: comparison of multiple testate amoeba transfer functions, sites, and Sphagnum [delta][.sup.13]C values.
Williams, "Paleohydrology ofthe Delaware Basin, Western Texas: overpressure development, hydrocarbon migration, and ore genesis," AAPG Bulletin, vol.
The Late-Quaternary Paleohydrology of large South American fluvial systems.
Lake-level reconstructions and paleohydrology of Birch Lake, central Alaska, based on seismic reflection profiles and core transects.
Hydrogeology and paleohydrology of ancient Machu Picchu.
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.
Lancaster, "Sedimentology and paleohydrology of Late Quaternary lake deposits in the northern Namib Sand Sea, Namibia," Quaternary Science Reviews, vol.