source bed

source bed

[′sȯrs ‚bed]
(geology)
The original stratigraphic horizon from which secondary sulfide minerals were derived.
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The aim back then was simply to source bed frames directly from overseas manufacturers in order to provide quality products to British consumers at the cheapest possible price.
Garang who said trained by IRC as a village health volunteer adds that cholera could also be due to people defecating in the dry shallow water source bed since most of them lack pit-latrines.
There were excellent over-lapping source beds for the northern fields, where deeper drilling in domes (Kirkuk and NW Iraq, Ain Zalah-Butmah, and on Asmari fields in Iran) gave evidence of vertical migratory emplacement of Tertiary oil.
The senior Butlers still take an active role in the business, travelling to auctions all over Britain and as far as Australia, India and South Africa to source beds.
The apparent depth of the source beds, as seen by the Mars Observer Laser Altimeter aboard MGS, is less than a few hundred meters below the surface -- well within the assumed permafrost region.
There were excellent over-lapping source beds for the northern fields, where deeper drilling in domes (Kirkuk and NW Iraq, Ain Zalah-Butmah, and on many Asmari producing fields in Iran) gave evidence of vertical migration emplacement of Tertiary oil.
It was established that there were excellent overlapping source beds for the northern fields, where deeper drilling in domes (Kirkuk and NW Iraq, Ain Zalah-Butmah, as well as on many Asmari producing structures in Iran), gave evidence of the vertical migration emplacement of Tertiary oil.