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chronostratigraphic

Definitions

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  • adjective Of, pertaining to, or derived using chronostratigraphy

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Examples

  • A chronostratigraphic analysis of landbird extinction on Tahuata, Marquesas Islands.

    Marquesas tropical moist forests

  • Thus these microfossils may be used as fairly precise chronostratigraphic indicators.

    A shell of a different kind

  • Detailed mapping of regional unconformities combined with their chronostratigraphic model reveal that the Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet first developed in the Late Middle Miocene to Early Late Miocene.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • Smith and Anderson attempt to subdivide the first-order stratigraphic units the northwest Weddell Sea, and to constrain a basic chronostratigraphic model for the Neogene using the stratigraphic architecture.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

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