riverward

riv·er·ward

 (rĭv′ər-wərd) also riv·er·wards (-wərdz)
adv.
Toward a river.
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The Black Smoke drifted slowly riverward all through Monday morning, creep- ing nearer and nearer to us, driving at last along the roadway outside the house that hid us.
Also includes removal of the failed sheet pile wall and tie back system, installation of new sheet pile wall and tie back system, replacement of fill material below the docks surface, replacement of crushed stone on the surface of dock placement of material at the base and riverward of the sheet pile wall and realignment of the bank line upstream from the dock.
Perhaps either the larvae were not finding the two more riverward sites suitable for settlement, or they were not surviving the 2 wk period between collections due to stress from environmental parameters such as temperature, salinity, or desiccation, or alternatively, predation.
Presently in London, she is drawn towards the Thames, her thoughts and memories eddying like the currents as she makes her way riverward.
A waterfall caught us and flipped our raft, tossing everyone skyward and riverward.
Based on physiographic form, temperature ranges, and sediments, strata 1, 2, 3, 8, and 9 were considered inner or riverward strata, whereas 4, 5, 6, and 7 were considered outer or oceanic-influenced strata.
A recent study demonstrated an active riverward migration of Dieset parr (age 2-8 years) a few days after ice breakup, suggesting a migrational strategy to improve growth (Gulseth and Nilssen, 1999).

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