Origin of estuarine
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None of the rivers, except in the estuarine parts, is navigable.
Limestone and marine beds in the south are replaced by sandy and estuarine beds in the north.Sea-Weeds, Shells and Fossils
A soft jet is obtained from the estuarine series of the Lower Oolites of Yorkshire.
Slowly this sea shallowed, giving rise to the alternating estuarine marine and freshwater deposits of the Coal Measures.
It is an estuarine deposit like that mentioned above as occurring in the Wash off Heacham, for instance.Notes on the Fenland
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- formed or deposited in an estuaryestuarine muds
- growing in, inhabiting, or found in an estuaryan estuarine fauna
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