type section

type section

[′tīp ‚sek·shən]
(geology)
That sequence of strata identified as the original sequence for a location or area; the standard against which other stratigraphy of parts of the area are compared. Also known as section.
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In addition, the report additionally covers fragment information, including: type section, industry portion, channel section and so on spread distinctive fragment market measure, both volume and esteem.
Suttner (2007) proposed the term 'Pin Formation' for the Takche Formation of Srikantia (1974, 1977, 1981) and Pin Limestone of Goel & Nair (1977); however, Bhargava (2008, 2011) contested the name Pin Formation and preferred Takche because of easy accessibility of the Takche type section, well-defined lithostratigraphy with the top and bottom and its mappability from Zanskar to Kinnaur.
The project continues with the type section adopted by the Eixamples of the CG3, with sidewalks and sidewalks for pedestrians, voral cyclists and two lanes of circulation.
Retailers can also direct customers to the Fish Type section of Tetra's website, Tetra-fish.com, to learn the right flake or pellet for their particular species.
The Early Cambrian Khwera Sandstone is well exposed in the southern part of the eastern Salt Range in its type section, the Khewra Gorge.
Under Feature Selection Type, choose On Each Image, then select Translate Only under the Alignment Type section. Next, select the Common Point or Star and Reference Image in the Alignment Feature Selection area.
Ten samples (51m 60m above the base) were taken from the type section of the Formation, at an interval of 01m.
The 1125-m-thick type section of the Boss Point Formation comprises approximately one third of the stratigraphic thickness of the Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Mishan Formations was introduced by James and Wynd [6] and the type section was measured in the Gachsaran oilfield.
In this study, it was analyzed the type section of one of the lithodemes of the Arquia Complex, called the Arquia Group, which is located in the valley of the Arquia River between La Pintada village (Departamento de Antioquia) and La Felisa village (Departamento de Caldas, Colombia; Figure 1) (Restrepo & Toussaint, 1976; Arias & Caballero, 1978).
In the Query Type section of the Design ribbon, click Crosstab.
The type section was determined by Eargle (1959) and the locality was redescribed by the Gulf Coast Section of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists (1966) before inundation by the reservoir.