stratigraphic sequence

stratigraphic sequence

[¦strad·ə¦graf·ik ′sē·kwəns]
(computer science)
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This form offers an alternative way of packaging strata into sequences, to avoid the pitfalls of both the depositional sequence and the genetic stratigraphic sequence (Fig.
Data is of high resolution with excellent lateral reflector continuity throughout the stratigraphic sequence
However, the rotational movement also involved the rest of the overlying stratigraphic sequence of limestone and marls, which is 150 m thick, and clays and marls, about 30 m thick.
1A), which defines major erosional interfaces and systematizes vertical traceability of known faults according to the stratigraphic sequence.
For coal application, interpretation and wire-framing typically associated with metal mining are replaced by modeling seam morphology using gridding based on stratigraphic sequence, followed by direct conversion into a seam block model.
The style of mineralisation, within a sheared siltstone/sandstone host, appears to differ from the currently identified resource to the north, although it is interpreted to occur in the same stratigraphic sequence.
2008, Magallon 2010) that fossil data and the stratigraphic sequence of fossil taxa carry a conspicuous phylogenetic signal.
The use of both a broader perspective and exposure, in conjunction with the "Kenyon-Wheeler" system of developing a stratigraphic sequence described in chapter eleven (D.
This led to the establishment of a stratigraphic sequence from before the Last Glacial Maximum to Byzantine times.
The 1973 and 1979 excavations at the rampart were undertaken to establish the potential for identifying a stratigraphic sequence and correlating it with observations from excavations in 1913.
A reliably dated stratigraphic sequence is key to reconstructing correctly the environmental and cultural histories of the Cuddie Springs site and inferring the likelihood of overlap between humans and megafauna.