paleohydrology

paleohydrology

[¦pāl·ē·ō·hī′dräl·ə·jē]
(geology)
The study of ancient hydrologic features preserved in rock.
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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 Pleistocene paleohydrology near the boundary of the Sonoran and Chihuahuan Deserts, southeastern Arizona.
Cenozoic stratigraphy and paleohydrology of the Redington-San Manuel area, San Pedro River Valley, Arizona.
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.
1994, Evolution and paleohydrology of glacial Lakes Barlow and Ojibway: Quaternary Science Reviews, v.
Magee JW, Bowler JM, Miller GH, Williams DLG (1995) Stratigraphy, sedimentology, chronology and paleohydrology of Quaternary lacustrine deposits at Madigan Gulf, Lake Eyre, South Australia.
1994, The paleohydrology of southeast Missouri Mississippi Valley-type deposits: Interplay of faults, fluids, and adjoining lithologies, Economic Geology, v.
Late Quaternary Paleohydrology of the central Atacama Desert (22-24[sigma]S), Chile, Geological Society of America Bulletin 114:334-348
The Sharon Formation in northeastern Ohio is interpreted as gravel-bedload and sand-bedload stream deposits on the basis of lithofacies types, lithofacies abundances, lithofacies assemblages, depositional architecture, paleohydrology, and paleocurrent dispersion.
Paleohydrology of the Laguna Lejia (north Chilean altiplano) and climatic implications for late-glacial times.
Sedimentology, paleohydrology, and paleogeomorphology of the Dockum Formation (Triassic), West Texas.