Related formsin·ter·es·tu·a·rine, adjectivesub·es·tu·a·rine, adjective
Examples from the Web for estuarine
Oceanic deposits, like the Upper Chalk, are succeeded by beds of littoral and estuarine characters.The Chain of Life in Geological Time|Sir J. William Dawson
Limestone and marine beds in the south are replaced by sandy and estuarine beds in the north.Sea-Weeds, Shells and Fossils|Peter Gray
Slowly this sea shallowed, giving rise to the alternating estuarine marine and freshwater deposits of the Coal Measures.
Whether these are marine, lacustrine, or estuarine deposits, there is hardly sufficient evidence to show.Early Days in North Queensland|Edward Palmer
Peat as at Southampton Docks, is found under the estuarine mud off Netley.The Geological Story of the Isle of Wight|J. Cecil Hughes