sublacustrine

sublacustrine

[¦səb·lə′kəs·trən]
(geology)
Existing or formed on the bottom of a lake.
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Geomicrobiology of sublacustrine thermal vents in Yellowstone Lake Geochemical controls on microbial community structure and function.
Es4 consists of gray and dark-gray mudstones, gypsum and halite, interbedded nearshore subaqueous fan sandstones, and sublacustrine fan sandstones deposited in semi-deep and deep lacustrine environments, which are mainly located in the Northern Steep Slope Zone.
Paleoseismic potential of sublacustrine landslide records in a high-seismicity setting (south-central Alaska).
(xiv) sublacustrine mud-volcanoes seeping out MH from freshwater Lake Baikal [23],
The many topics discussed include an examination of deltas, sublacustrine fans, the influence of pelagic biotas, organic-rich lake deposits, and saline lakes.
Liang et al., "Lithology and original analysis of sublacustrine hydrothermal deposits characterized by analcime, sanidine, dolomite, quaterz, etc.