- n. Plural form of limnologist.
“This story, about a family of limnologists keeping records of a Siberian lake over a period of 60 years, has nothing to do with words, other than that it allows me to drop limnologist.”
“The spatial framework was developed by mapping and analyzing water quality data sets in conjunction with information on soils, physiography, geology, hydrology, vegetation, climate, and land use/land cover, as well as relying on the expert judgment of local limnologists and resource managers.”
“The subtropical lake, nearly untouched by humans, experiences typhoons each year and is surrounded by ancient cypress forest-fertile ground on which limnologists, botanists, and climatologists can conduct long-term studies of its rich environments and ecosystems.”
“YYL is particularly attractive to limnologists, because a single typhoon can drop more than a meter of precipitation on the 4. 5-m -- deep lake, causing rapid flushing.”
“This evening was a function for 170 limnologists (people who study water apparently, so can you imagine the conversation about the water jugs on the table - yawn!).”
“Each mini-sub is manned with a captain and two limnologists, specialists in freshwater bodies and their ecosystems.”
“From Tofino to Tucson, hydrologists, limnologists and government of ﬁ cials are reporting similar climatic trends: a longer dry season, less snow, more rain and earlier spring melts.”
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