river fauna in a sentence
1. Roger Blench (2017) suggests that vocabulary related to aquatic subsistence strategies (such as boats, waterways, river fauna, and fish capture techniques), can be reconstructed for Proto-Austroasiatic.
2. A good example of this would be the White River Fauna of central North America, which were formerly a semiarid prairie home to many different types of endemic mammals, including entelodonts like Archaeotherium, camelids (such as Poebrotherium), running rhinoceratoids, three-toed equids (such as Mesohippus), nimravids, protoceratids, and early canids like Hesperocyon.
3. River fauna. Fungus in El Bosque.
4. Metamynodon is an extinct genus of amynodont rhino that lived in North America (White River Fauna) and Asia from the late Eocene until early Oligocene, although the questionable inclusion of M. mckinneyi could extend their range to the Middle Eocene.
5. Unlike its modern cousins, which are either adapted for desert or alpine conditions, Poebrotherium took the place of a gazelle or deer in the White River Fauna ecosystem.
6. With a length of 2.4 m (8 ft) and a weight estimated of 381.3 kg (in S. mitis), it was a tapir-sized herbivore on the plains of early Oligocene South Dakota 33 million years ago (White River Fauna).
7. the river grew conspicuously polluted up to the 1980s, with almost all its river fauna becoming extinct.
8. The CUT curve technique described by Capra et al. (1995) defines critical thresholds and determines what habitat variability and availability is necessary to support the target river fauna.
9. The formation is composed primarily of claystones, mudstones, and siltstones, within which a variety of fossil organisms, collectively referred to as the White River fauna, can be found.
10. It is interesting to get another and quite distinct species of this subgenus which seems characteristic of Uruguay River fauna.
11. The White River Fauna are fossil animals found in the White River Badlands of South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska in the United States including Badlands National Park.
12. A strict catch-and-release policy and diligent upkeep of the river fauna have kept this stretch of the river clean and cool, which has led to one of the highest fish counts per riverfront in North America.
13. reducing the particle size of organic debris to present a source of nutrition to collector and filter-feeding river fauna, and ensure resource recycling within the river ecosystem.
14. Roger Blench (2018) suggests that vocabulary related to aquatic subsistence strategies (such as boats, waterways, river fauna, and fish capture techniques), can be reconstructed for Proto-Austroasiatic.
15. The dredging carried out by the Black Swan and other vessels had a significant impact on the river fauna and flora, including the black swans for which it was named.
16. On the river, it was forming dense mats, depriving other river fauna and flora of oxygen and light.
- fish capture techniques
- widespread Austroasiatic roots
- river, valley', 'boat', 'fish', 'catfish sp
- (Central Austroasiatic
- tortoise', 'turtle', 'otter', 'crocodile', 'heron, fishing bird
- 'fish trap
- Archaeological evidence
- northern Vietnam
- other nearby areas
- only about 4,000 years
- 2,000 BC
- a relatively late riverine dispersal
- whose speakers
- a distinct non-riverine culture
- an aquatic-based lifestyle
- newer types
- older language families
- other primary branches
- substrate evidence
- modern-day languages
- proposed Austroasiatic substrata
- "pre-Munda" languages
- the eastern Indo-Gangetic Plain
- Indo-Aryan languages
- an early date
- eastern Indo-Aryan languages
- many morphosyntactic features
- Munda languages
- western Indo-Aryan languages
- Latin-based alphabets
- many Austroasiatic languages
- the Khmer
- Burmese alphabets
- an indigenous script
- Chinese logographic writing
- past-used alphabets
- current alphabets
- the controversial Austric hypothesis
- the Austronesian languages
- some proposals