mesotropic

mes·o·tro·pic

(mez'ō-trop'ik),
Turned toward the median plane.
[meso- + G. tropē, a turning]
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However, IMA insular waters seem to have mesotropic conditions proper of offshore waters rather than relatively more productive coastal waters from Cape Corrientes coast because tropical waters from the TEP influenced the IMA region.
Field trials were established oil mesotropic mottled subnatric brown Sodosols (Isbell 2002) (Hyposodic Planosol (IUSS Working Group 2007)) at two sites in Tasmania over two growing seasons.
The dominant soil type at Weipa is a Bauxitic, Mesotropic, Brown Kandosol (Isbell 1996) or isohypothermic Eutrustox (Soil Survey Staff 1975).