chronostratigraphy


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chronostratigraphy

[‚krän·ə·strə′tig·rə·fē]
(geology)
A division of stratigraphy that uses age determination and time sequence of rock strata to develop an interpretation of the earth's geologic history.
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Chronostratigraphy and tectonic deformation of the north Ecuadorian-south Colombian offshore Manglares forearc basin.
A revised Cenozoic geochronology and chronostratigraphy.
Diagram showing generalized chronostratigraphy of the Chukchi Shelf, Alaska.
Competition was strong for bragging rights over the interpretation of the chronostratigraphy of the western territories.
Citing high-resolution chronostratigraphy using rock magnetic cyclostratigraphy as potentially a transformative chronostratigraphic technique for the earth sciences, Kodama and Hinnov provide an overview and the pratical ohow too for a relatively new technique that can yield high-resolution chronostratigraphy for sequences of sedimentary rocks and provide paleoclimate data.
Chronostratigraphy of Upper Miocene-Quaternary volcanism in Northern Costa Rica.
Chronostratigraphy of Campanian-Maastrichtian platform carbonates and rudist association of Salento (Apulia, Italy), Cretaceous Research, 29: 100-114.
1997: Chronostratigraphy and correlation of the Pliocene and Quaternary of Colombia.
Northern North Sea Jurassic unconformities, chronostratigraphy and sea-level changes from seismic stratigraphy // Proc.