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limnic

(ˈlɪmnɪk)
adj
(Geological Science) relating to bodies of water with low salt concentration, such as lakes and ponds
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The soils found in Lithuania are classified as glacial (till (moraine)), fluvioglacial, limnoglacial and Holocene (marine, aeolian, limnic, marsh, diluvial, technogenic) deposits.
This present study contributes to a better comprehension about the diversity of ciliated protists in limnic ecosystems in Brazil and emphasizes the importance of development of new and efficient growth methods for in vitro culture of these microorganisms aiming future biotechnological end environmental monitoring studies.
Contract award notice: Framework agreement consulting services for restoration of limnic environments
The oil shale generally contacts coal at the top and base, mainly deposited in a limnic environment (Fig.
Phylogenetic studies based on molecular and morphological markers suggest that Asclepios and Halobates diverged from their limnic sister group, Metrocorini, and extended their habitats to the seacoasts; some of them even established themselves in the open ocean [8-13].
Woodlands in the vicinity of aquatic habitats potentially hold more insects with limnic larvae stages compared to more distant woodlands.
How many people realise slavery wasn't abolished by the Slavery Act but the Emancipation Act, and era "limnic eruption" anyone?
Those are benthic forms inhabiting under rocks, roots and leaves on the bottom of limnic systems such as rivers, lakes, water bodies within caves, and fast-flowing rivulets.