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subaqueous

[¦səb′ā·kwē·əs]
(hydrology)
Pertaining to conditions and processes occurring in, under, or beneath the surface of water, especially fresh water.
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Tamura, "Behaviour of subaqueous tunnels during earthquakes," Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics, vol.
Nevertheless, in sandy gravel sediments of subaqueous dunes, the cross-stratification mainly consists of grain flow deposits with little or no grain fall deposition on most of their lee faces (Kleinhans, 2004), suggesting that the sediment was delivered in pulses: rolling grain deposits for the coarsest sediments, however, are also common (Kleinhans, 2004).
Specializing in gravity bores, subaqueous crossings and water/sewer bores.
With preferential retreat of the subaerial portion, the force of floatation on the subaqueous cliff causes a new fracture to form, returning the glacier front to a vertical; the same Is true if the subaqueous section temporarily retreats faster.
2) confirmed nearly pure, radiating calcitic tufa morphology indicative of subaqueous formation.
The view through glass-bottomed boats, diving bells, extravagant water follies, swimming-pool balletics, alligator wrestling and dolphin shows offered a comforting kind of subaqueous suspension.
It is composed of sabkha evaporites and subaqueous evaporites with thin carbonate interbeds that can be traced for hundreds of kilometers.
What time Subaqueous Cell on cell Experience Very slowly Is forming up where the sense of waiting is amplified in the way the words are stacked up, a visual analogue of the line "[c]ell on cell", taking one "[v]ery slowly" to whatever "[i]s forming up".