1. of or relating to or living near lakes
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How To Use lacustrine In A Sentence

  • Wetland habitats include freshwater marsh, salt marsh, riverine, lacustrine, palustrine, open bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve, Florida
  • Bananas also spread in this period from the south to the interlacustrine region and to Mt. Elgon. D. East Africa
  • Interim People's Committee, Korea interlacustrine region, Africa Subject Index Page 36
  • Longitudinal studies have revealed a rapid build up of phosphorus in lacustrine sediments. Lake Chapala: Can Mexico's largest lake be saved?
  • The covering of the basin floor during periods of enhanced moisture conditions allows the deposition of lacustrine sediments such as marls and clays.
  • Variations in the sediment supply were an important control on the relative development of fluvial channel and muddy overbank facies during periods of high clastic input and peat swamp and lacustrine facies when clastic input was lower.
  • The sediments include lacustrine freshwater limestones, silts, marls, occasional sands and local lignite.
  • In the interlacustrine zone, trade between specialized agriculturalists and pastoralists led to the formation of new polities late in the period. D. East Africa
  • We find lacustrine marls on the sides of the Esquiline Hill where it slopes down into the Forum, and fresh-water bivalve and univalve shells in the ground under the equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius on the Capitol; while on the face of the Aventine Hill, overhanging the Tiber at a height of ninety feet, is a cliff of travertine, which is half a mile long. Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood
  • Other processes that are, however, important on local scales include aeolian, lacustrine, and pedogenic processes.
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