mesozone

mesozone

[′mez·ə‚zōn]
(petrology)
The intermediate depth zone of metamorphism in metamorphic rock characterized by moderate temperatures (300-500°C), hydrostatic pressure, and shearing stress.
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According to Tomlinson (1986), the following four zones can be recognized in a typical profile of the mangrove-associated flora: the seaward zone, the mesozone, the landward zone, and the terrestrial zone.
This fragmentation has caused a negative effect especially the mesozone, which the most affected by the impacts of human activities that threaten the mangrove.
Selecting 85%, 95%, and 98% as the intrazone, mesozone, and external zone of the anomaly, the isograms of the raw data and separated data are depicted using the cumulative frequency method.
Zoning Au Cu Pb Zn As Sb yl y2 Exozone 9.8 34 19.5 85.4 59.2 2.75 0.2379 0.4269 Mesozone 25.1 42.9 279 102 135 4.49 0.4289 0.889 Intrazone 52 50.9 41.5 115 227 7.98 0.871 1.935 Zoning y3 y4 y5 y6 Exozone 1.6729 0.8691 -0.151 4.4311 Mesozone 2.6092 1.5673 0.6145 5.2717 Intrazone 4.0833 2.883 1.7436 5.9494 TABLE 5: The analysis results of chemical groove samples.