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Definition of Stalagmitical

Stalagmitical
Stalagmitic Stal`ag*mit"ic, Stalagmitical Stal`ag*mit"ic*al, a. Having the form or structure of stalagmites. -- Stal`ag*mit"ic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Stalagmitical from wikipedia

- A stalagmite (UK: /ˈstæləɡmaɪt/ or US: /stəˈlæɡmaɪt/; from the Gr**** σταλαγμίτης – stalagmitês, from σταλαγμίας – stalagmias, "dropping, trickling") is...
- Stalagmites is a genus of ascomycete fungi in the family Nectriaceae. It is a monotypic genus containing the sole species Stalagmites tumefaciens. Stalagmites...
- are shaped accordingly Stalagmites are the "ground-up" counterparts of stalactites, often blunt mounds Broomstick stalagmites are very tall and spindly...
- caves. The corresponding formation on the floor of the cave is known as a stalagmite. Mnemonics have been developed for which word refers to which type of...
- monoclinic crystal system, and most often forms botryoidal, fibrous, or stalagmitic m****es, in fractures and deep, underground spaces, where the water table...
- evaporation. Growths from the floor upward through this process are known as stalagmites. Different formations of speleothems include columns, soda straws, draperies...
- mimic the shapes and forms of cave speleothems, such as stalactites, stalagmites, flowstone etc. Calthemite is derived from the Latin calx (genitive calcis)...
- James Cook University, 27 September 2007 Frappier, A.B. et al. (2007) "Stalagmite stable isotope record of recent tropical cyclone events", ' 'Geology'...
- hundreds of Hindu priests protested against Agnivesh's claim that an ice stalagmite in Amarnath that they believe resembles Lord Shiva is just a piece of...
- (See Hiranyagarbha) Inside the 40 m (130 ft) high Amarnath cave, the stalagmite is formed due to freezing of water drops that fall from the roof of the...
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