isolith

isolith

[′ī·sə‚lith]
(electronics)
Integrated circuit of components formed on a single silicon slice, but with the various components interconnected by beam leads and with circuit parts isolated by removal of the silicon between them.
(geology)
A line on a contour-type map that denotes the aggregate thickness of a single lithology in a stratigraphic succession composed of one or more lithologies.
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Unfortunately, similar to the structure maps constructed without 3D seismic control, these isolith and isopach maps are unlikely to capture all of the stratigraphic variability present in the area.