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lacustrine

(lə-kŭs′trĭn)
adj.
1. Of or relating to lakes.
2.
a. Living or growing in or along the edges of lakes.
b. Relating to a system of inland deep-water and wetland habitats associated with lakes and reservoirs and characterized by the absence of trees, shrubs, or emergent vegetation.

lacustrine

pertaining to lakes.
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The Early Devonian fish beds of the Midland Valley are considered lacustrine (Trewin and Davidson 1996; Braddy 2000, 2001), with Pterygotus anglicus at sites such as Tillywhandland sharing 'Lake Forfar' with acanthodians (Mesacanthus, Ischnacanthus and Euthacanthus) and ostracoderms (Cephalaspis pagei).
1998) used a classification system for Wetlands that consists of six different categories: Estuarine, Riverine, Lacustrine, Palustrine and Endorheic.
However, given that movement from Lake Powell to the San Juan River covered >300 river-km (48 km through lacustrine habitat), the potential for movement through Lake Powell seemed plausible.
We hypothesized that there would be a nonrandom pattern in fish abundance and assemblage structure and composition between lacustrine and riverine zones.
This lacustrine system is further associated with the child-shepherd who would become president of Mexico, Benito Juarez Garcia (Morales, 2006), and also is a distinctive element in the productive and economic activities of the community (Morales, 2006).
These partially degraded particles are preserved in reducing environment of anoxic lacustrine setting.
64") to the west of Mleiha, close to Jebel Faya and Jebel Mleiha, which is filled with fluvial, lacustrine and aeolian sediments.
Lacustrine sandstone reservoirs and hydrocarbon systems.
Similar examples have been described in lacustrine and other sedimentary environments (Sims, 1975, Audemard and Santis, 1991; Rodriguez-Pascua, et al.
Seismic sources were tested on the Ljubljana Moor (Figure 1), a Quaternary tectonic basin filled with up to 150 m of fluvial and lacustrine sediments.