Definitions

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  • adj. of, or relating to diagenesis

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Caused by or characteristic of diagenesis.

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Examples

  • Bacteria make a living by catalyzing many diagenetic reactions.

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  • Although not a problem with these data, the possibility of diagenetic alteration of fossil segments must be considered in coral studies. bender

    Cobb's "Cool" Medieval Pacific « Climate Audit

  • The further comment on the relative changes in the graph – these look detailed, how is it known that these changes are not caused by diagenetic changes in the core?

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  • Investigations will focus on depositional, structural, and diagenetic characteristics.

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  • Of the three slides per tooth, the one with the least diagenetic damage and the most clear-cut microstructure was used in the analysis

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  • Successful application requires context. accurate reconstruction of sedimentary and Dates for the earliest MSA in East Africa diagenetic processes, ground water action, converge on the interval 240-280 ka.

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  • Along with managerial skills, his geoscience specialties include well survey ( "logs") analysis and interpretation, evaluation of depositional and diagenetic systems, seismic - stratigraphic application to the exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbon reservoirs, and definitive risk/reward economic evaluation of oil and gas projects.

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  • Many decades passed, however, before research into diagenetic processes and products really got underway.

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  • This reflects the growth which has occurred in the research into diagenetic phenomena since the publication of the first edition.

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  • In fact, diagenetic replacement of original test shells is common in most sediments, but this doesn’t change the fact that the forams are there, only that the original shell calcite is gone.

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