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Synonyms for sediment

Synonyms for sediment

matter that settles on a bottom or collects on a surface by a natural process

Synonyms for sediment

matter that has been deposited by some natural process

deposit as a sediment

settle as sediment

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Similar relationships between particle size and magnetic properties were found by Crockford and Olley (1998) in a sedimentary soil near Wagga Wagga, in the Murrumbidgee catchment of NSW, and by Crockford and Fleming (1998) in river sediments of sedimentary origin.
On the other hand, phanerophytes predominate in sedimentary soils that are poorer in nutrients, but can potentially retain water for a long time after the end of the rains (Marques et al.
A greater concentration of REEs in Peat soils compared with Sedimentary soils reflected the lower bulk density of the Peat soils.
The goal of this study was to phytosociologically characterise the herbaceous component of caatinga vegetation communities growing in crystalline and sedimentary soils and to identify differences in community structure in these areas.
Practical Method for Alternative Leaching the salt and alkali sedimentary soils of Tshaver pilot- Khuzestan.