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it changes to low magnesium calcite (LMC) along with the aggrading neomorphism (recrystallization of calcite) which is common in muddy shelf sediments occurs typically in shallow environment by moving of super saturated CaCo3 water especially in meteoric diagenetic environment (Heckel 1983).
Wallenstein MD, Peterjohn WT, Schlesinger WH (2006) N fertilization effects]on denitrification and N cycling in an aggrading forest.
700 km2 freshwater tidal system, which is aggrading into Rio de la Plata Estuary at an estimated rate of 70 m [year.
Archaeological and geomorphological surveys of the region prior to its being flooded suggest that many sites in the Euphrates floodplain were probably eroded by the river or buried beneath aggrading sediments, while sites like Tell Hadidi that are situated on the high terrace above the river were well preserved (Wilkinson 2005: 19-24).
It is not uncommon for aggrading forests to accumulate nitrogen as a result of conservative nutrient cycling (Bormann and Likens, 1979; Pearson et al.
Melt-water from the glacier, the Waiho River, flows across the wide, scoured glacial Waiho Valley, aggrading the riverbed with moraine.
Dendrogeomorphic techniques (Sigafoos, 1964) were planned to estimate and quantify whether Murder Creek floodplain surfaces were aggrading, degrading, or not measurably changing in elevation.
The Alpheios River delta is both prograding and aggrading with lateral overbank-floodplain components to the northwest and southeast (Fig.
In the southern half of the survey area there are more ephemeral and permanent streams and the landscape moves from an eroding to aggrading surface.
The northward advance of the Pennsylvanian sea across the area caused the streams that had been actively downcutting to begin aggrading and filling their valleys with the Caseyville alluvial sediments.
Understanding the rates of, and controls on biomass accumulation in aggrading secondary forests (sensu Bormann and Likens 1979) has implications for environmental issues such as estimating the effect of reforestation on global carbon cycling (Fearnside and Guimar[tilde{a}]es 1996).
The number of colonizing species was highest in the [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 2 OMITTED] period prior to forest establishment (25-225 yr), whereas species losses increased across the aggrading forest to a maximum at 400 yr [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 5B OMITTED].
He steered investigations of aggrading permafrost at Illisarvik, the lake he intentionally drained on Richards Island in 1978, turning it into the circumpolar world's longest-running field experiment.
The study site occupies part of the Meadows and is an aggrading channel bar less than 1 km wide at its narrowest point that separates the Saint John River from Grand Lake.
Wallenstein MD, Peterjohn WT, Schlesinger WH (2006a) N fertilisation effects on denitrification and N cycling in an aggrading forest.