fluviatile


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fluviatile

(flo͞o′vē-ə-tīl′)
adj.
Fluvial.
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These results supported a fluviatile system of deposition for the studied sediments.
fluviatile (subgenus Equisetum) having much more elastic rhizomes than E.
Cumulative thickness of the sedimentary rocks is over 3,600 meters, and rocks consist of a thick basal continental sequence overlaid by transitional beds followed by a thick succession of Quaternary limnic, fluviatile and eolian sands and clays.
Butt (1997) Bison sivalensis (Falconer) Lydekker (Mammalia, Artiodactyla, Bovidae) from the Fluviatile Sediments Deposited in an Intramountain Basin at AHL, District Manshera, NWFP, Pakistan.
In Namibia the Company operates through its wholly-owned subsidiary Reptile Uranium Namibia P/L which is focusing on its mid to high grade INCA primary uraniferous magnetite and secondary Red Sand projects and the extensive secondary calcrete deposits contained in the Tumas-Oryx-Tubas palaeochannel and fluviatile sheetwash systems.
These are the Akata Formation, which is predominantly shale and clay; the Agbada Formation which is generally fluviatile and fluviomarine, and the Benin Formation, constituting a continental deposit of sand and gravel (Murat, 1971).
It shares with other East African fluviatile species, especially the so-called Astatotilapia, the smaller longitudinal scale count (<31) compared to lacustrine species (>30), with exceptions H.
The sedimentary rocks have a cumulative thickness of over 3,600 meters and consist of thick basal continental sequence overlain by transitional beds followed by a thick succession of Quaternary limnic, fluviatile and eolian sands and clays.
Parent materials of 12 Associations used (from Macaulay Institute for Soil Research 1984) Associations Parent material Boyndie/Corby Fluvio-glacial sands and gravels derived from acid rocks Collieston Fluviatile deposits derived from Old Red Sandstone sediments together with gravel layers Countesswells Till derived from granites and granitic rocks Foudland Till derived from weakly metamorphosed rocks Insch Till derived from basic igneous rocks Cuminestown/Ordley Till derived from Old Red Sandstone sediments and argillaceous schists Peterhead Till derived from sedimentary rocks of Old Red Sandstone sediments Strichen Till derived from quartz-mica-schist Tarves Till derived from acid and basic rocks Tipperty Lacustrine sediments derived from Old Red Sandstones Table 2.