paludal


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pal·u·dal

(pal'ū-dăl),
Obsolete term for malarial.
[L. palus, marsh]

paludal

adjective
(1) Referring to bogs, marshes and swamps.
(2) Referring to malaria (obsolete); i.e., malarial.
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He made several observations, including i) the occurrence of surface "boulder clay" across the plains, apparently in "streams" rather than sheets; ii) two boulder clays on the plains (already reported by Dawson and McConnell (O-1885), separated by "interglacial" sediments; iii) potential sources of clay (as sources of clays, lake basins occupied notable space in his writing, later to be incorporated into a retreat history of the Laurentide ice-margin); and iv) significant localized areas of black paludal sediments, allied to what was generally referred to as the "black loam", or predominant surface soil.
18 In what sort of habitat does a paludal plant or animal live?
Geological, hydrogeological, geophysical and pedological data strongly indicate that there is groundwater flow from a thermal aquifer contributing to the genesis of the paludal environment of the Prats de Sant Sebastia.
The Suwannee River Valley, where samples were collected, encompasses communities mapped under Southeastern Coastal Plain Ecosystems and further subdivided as Upland Pine Forests, Upland Hardwood Forests, Alluvial Wetlands and Paludal Wetlands.
Bud DeWitt's Swamp Omelet doesn't take its name from any paludal odor, texture, or appearance.