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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Boundary intervals of chronostratigraphic units are always significant for correlation purposes, and the Middle--Upper Devonian boundary is no exception.
Therefore, a consistent petrophysical and stratigraphic review of the well data is undertaken to provide a robust chronostratigraphic framework for well ties.
Stratigraphic occurrences are given in accordance with the western European regional chronostratigraphic subdivisions of the Pennsylvanian Subsystem.
2010) also noted that "the scarce biostratigraphic control does not permit a precise chronostratigraphic assessment of the marine transgression ruling the start of the carbonate sedimentation in the investigated area.
On the Local Mousterian Origin of the Chatelperronian: Integrating Typo-Technological, Chronostratigraphic and Contextual Data," Journal of Human Evolution 86 (2015): 55-91.
New evidence for a chronostratigraphic division of the Ertebolle culture and the earliest Funnel Beaker culture on the southern Mecklenburg Bay.
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.
14) "International Chronostratigraphic Chart," International Commission of Stratigraphy, January 2013, http://www.
2013, International chronostratigraphic chart, v2013/01, International Commission on Stratigraphy, January 2013, http://www.