nontidal

nontidal

(ˌnɒnˈtaɪdəl)
adj
1. (Environmental Science) (of a river, stream, wetlands, etc) not having a tide
2. (Environmental Science) not caused by the tide
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8 millimeters per year, with 43% of the increase originating from Greenland, 29% from mountain glaciers, 16% from Antarctica, and 12% from atmospheric and nontidal ocean loading.
88) The former grants Parliament the exclusive authority to regulate interferences with the public right of navigation, (89) which, in Canada, exists in both tidal and nontidal waters.
Other current CRoW curbs set to be abandoned include bathing and sailing in nontidal waters, and having "any animal other than a dog".
2012, Nontidal ocean loading: amplitudes and potential effects in GPS height time series.
Among its goals, Delaware plans to develop a wetlands condition report for the Smyrna River watershed; assess the response of wetlands to sea level rise, climate change and land use changes in the entire Delaware Estuary; and assess the condition of tidal and nontidal wetlands in the C&D Canal-Red Lion Creek Watershed.
The rhythms are not genetically fixed because females moved from tidal to nontidal conditions and vice versa develop a rhythm appropriate for the new environment.
17) Connecticut's HB 5725 established a statewide strategy to reduce phosphorus loading in inland nontidal waters.
We compared vegetative composition between the tidal and nontidal sites, or longitudinally along the river, to assess influence of salinity.
These conditions may contribute to other structural differences between tidal and upstream, nontidal wetland forests.