subaqueous


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subaqueous

(sŭb-ā′kwē-əs, -ăk′wē-)
adj.
1. Formed or adapted for underwater use or operation; submarine.
2. Found or occurring underwater: subaqueous organisms; subaqueous rocks.
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The sandstone sequence is dominated by trough cross-stratified beds, which represent 3D subaqueous dunes, formed in the traction currents.
1992): Subaqueous giant (15 m) and supergiant (40 m) dunes from the Lower Permian Vryheid Formation of the Karoo Supergroup, northern Natal, South Africa.
Syneresis cracks: Subaqueous shrinkage in argillaceous sediments caused by earthquake-induced dewatering.
Demas and Rabenhorst (2001) redefined the climate factor for subaqueous soils as climatic temperature regime.
Coupling of seagrass (Cymodocea nodosa) patch dynamics to subaqueous dune migration.
But we designed a mill process that would separate the reactive streams, and they will be disposed of in the tailings impoundment, surrounded by rock that is acid-consuming and submerged in subaqueous storage.
Wordsworth is discussing poetic composition as a process of associating, remembering, and then synthesizing: "Those specks of snow, reflected in the lake and so, transferred, as it were, to the subaqueous sky, reminded me of the swans which the fancy of the ancient classic poets yoked to the car of Venus" (PW4: 422).
Though the length to which some directional drilling boreholes can extend is vast--the ECUA's Pensacola Beach subaqueous water line is 5300 feet long--the combined impact of these projects is limited to the size of the staging areas at either end of the bore.
The Apache is a newer vessel, and was custom designed by a colleague here in the mechanical engineering department, Sudhir Shroff, for subaqueous drilling and blasting of extremely hard materials prior to excavation.
In his painting, however, the light radiates from an ominous subaqueous force--the same "unknown power" that drew the Prince to the Dnepr in Pushkin's Water-Nymph.
Mass-produced salmon is the subaqueous equivalent of factory-farmed chicken.