LST

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AcronymDefinition
LSTList
LSTLanding Ship, Tank
LSTList (File Name Extension)
LSTLocal Standard Time
LSTLow Surface Temperature (heating solutions)
LSTLocal Sidereal Time
LSTLand Surface Temperature
LSTLowstand
LSTLocal Solar Time
LSTLarge Space Telescope
LSTLysate
LSTLocal Sales Tax
LSTLeit- und Sicherungstechnik (German)
LSTLarge Slow Target
LSTLaser Spot Tracker
LSTLife Support Technician
LSTLinux Support Team
LSTLaplace-Stieltjes Transform
LSTLayered Space-Time
LSTLogistics Support Team
LSTLaunceston, Tasmania, Australia - Launceston (Airport Code)
LSTLaacher See Tephra
LSTLaterally Spreading Tumor
LSTLimited Streamer Tube
LSTLine Station Transfer (telephony)
LSTLateral Spinothalamic Tract
LSTLow Solvent Technology
LSTLaunch Support Team (aerospace)
LSTLightweight Satellite Terminal
LSTLarge Scale Turbulence
LSTLAN Support Team (DFAS DoD)
LSTLavatory Servicing Truck (US Air Force)
LSTLarge Signal Theory
LSTLow-Speed Target
LSTLogistics Support Tracking
LSTLord's Spiritual & Temporal
LSTLibrary Support Team
LSTLaw School Transparency (Tennessee)
LSTLicence Skill Test (aviation)
LSTLutheran School of Theology (various locations)
LSTLife Skills Training (various organizations)
LSTLogistics Simulation Tool
LSTLightning Strikes Twice (gaming)
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The lowstand requires recession of the glacier from the Lake Erie Basin for lake levels to drop at least 100 m below the Maumee and Arkona shorelines (Fig.
All sequences permit identifying montiforms with bidirectional downlaps that represent the lowstand fan unit deposited on the basin's deeper area.
within the cycles, the predominance of flooding surfaces and the apparent absence of lowstand exposure surfaces reflect rapid subsidence of the Cumberland Basin, controlled by active basin-margin faults and salt withdrawal.
from a last glacial maximum (Wurm) lowstand of 130 m, followed by a rapid deceleration until about 5000 b.
rather than that of Hunt and Tucker, who established the FSST nomenclature and placed the sequence boundary between the FFST and Lowstand System Tract.
Thus, it seems unlikely that these terraces formed prior to the last glacial sea-level lowstand.
1995 `The postglacial relative sea-level lowstand in Newfoundland' Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 32, 1308-1330
The lowstand system tract is represented by the succession from the reef facies to crinoid--foraminiferal packstones of the inner platform foreslope.
The continuous lake-level record kept since 1908 shows high lake levels until [tilde]1920, followed by a prolonged decline during the 1920s and 1930s that culminated in the historical lowstand of 1881.
Our interpretation fits well with this revised model because we are interpreting coals and underclays as representing periods of sea level lowstand marked by the onset of transgression.
The book dispels myths about the importance of sea level lowstand and provides much-needed clarity on the triggering of sediment failures by earthquakes, meteorite impacts, tsunamis, and cyclones with implications for the distribution of deep-water sandstone petroleum reservoirs.
Sequence stratigraphic analyses have shown that during lowstand and early transgressive episodes the erosion of continents increases an influx of detrital material into basins, whereas the MS high during early transgression is likely the result of transgressive reworking of high MS detrital components eroded during lowstand (Racki et al.