chemostratigraphy


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chemostratigraphy

[‚kē·mō·strə′tig·rə·fē]
(geochemistry)
The correlation and dating of marine sediments and sedimentary rocks through the use of trace-element concentrations, molecular fossils, and certain isotopic ratios that can be measured on components of the rocks.
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The acquisition will reinforce Hafren's position as a world leader in chemostratigraphy whilst enabling it to continue diversifying further its non-oil and gas service delivery capability.
Chemostratigraphy and hydrothermal alteration in exploration for VHMS deposits in greenstones and younger volcanic rocks.
Litho-, bio-and Chemostratigraphy across the Cenomanian/Turonian boundary (OAE 2) in the Vocontian Basin of southeastern France.
First carbon isotope chemostratigraphy of the Ouled Abdoun phosphate Basin, Morocco; implications for dating and evolution of earliest African placental mammals.
2b).A detailed lithological log of the Nammal Formation exposed in the Nilawahan and BadshahPur sections along with its chemostratigraphy is presented in Figures 3 and 4.
Liu et al., "Trace element chemostratigraphy of two Ediacaran-Cambrian successions in South China: implications for organosedimentary metal enrichment and silicification in the Early Cambrian," Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, vol.
Palaeo-oceanography and biogeography in the Tremadoc (Ordovician) Iapetus Ocean and the origin of the chemostratigraphy of Dictyonema flabelliforme black shales.