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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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Organic geochemistry and petrography of Lower Cretaceous Wealden black shales of the Lower Saxony Basin: The transition from lacustrine oil shales to gas shales.
A non-metric multidimensional scaling (NMDS) was performed with the abundance of Ephemeroptera taxa between the zones from Itaipu Reservoir, considering the longitudinal gradient (riverine, transition and lacustrine)) and between collection periods.
Key words: salmon; sockeye salmon; anadromous fish; marine fish remains; south-central Alaska; Eklutna Lake; lacustrine sediments; nitrogen isotopes
present geochemical and isotopic characteristics of actual lacustrine sediments from the hydrothermal lake Specchio di Venere on Pantelleria Island, Italy.
The Lower Permian Pingdiquan Formation contains deep lacustrine black mudstones, oil shales, and dolomitic mudstones with a total thickness of 50-650 m [30].
Key words: Ndumo Game Reserve, pan, riverine, lacustrine, floristics, riparian, wetland.
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.
The small fish featured that day were tulingan, dilis, dulong and galunggong (mackerel tuna, anchovy, lacustrine goby, scad).
Megacycles are composed of thick packages of braided fluvial sandstones that are sharply overlain by thinner packages of "lacustrine" sediments that accumulated following episodic downdrop of the basin floor (Browne and Plint 1994; Plint and Browne 1994).
Specially, in lacustrine areas like the Basin of Mexico, in which the Texcoco Region is located, buried structures modify the behavior of the subsoil.
In this study, UCMs in five lacustrine biodegraded oils with different biodegradation ranks from Nanxiang Basin, China, were separated with comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography/time-of-flight mass spectrometry (GC x GC/TOFMS) and identified by standard materials validation, structured chromatograms, and mass spectrums of target compounds.