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Definitions

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  • adv. From a lithological point of view.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. From a lithological point of view.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a lithological manner; from a lithological point of view; as regards lithologic character or structure: as, strata lithologically distinct.

Etymologies

lithological +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • It is higher and more rugged and has much less agriculture and population than the lithologically distinct Northern Piedmont (64), and has different rocks, soils, and native vegetation than the lower and less rugged Pine Barrens (84b).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Ecoregion 64e is physiographically and lithologically distinct from Ecoregion 64b, 64f, and 64g.

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Terrain is flatter than in the Atlantic Coastal Pine Barrens (84) and the lithologically distinct Northern Piedmont (64).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • •Mostly underlain by Paleozoic sedimentary rock, but some metamorphic rocks like slate, quartzite, and marble also occur; overall, Ecoregion 67 is lithologically distinct from Ecoregions 58 and 64.

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Ecoregion 84d is lithologically distinct from the reddish shale, sandstone, argillite, and siltstone of the neighboring Triassic Lowlands (64a).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Its glaciated ridgetops are less sharp, and much more lake-studded than those of its lithologically similar, but unglaciated, neighbor in Pennsylvania, the Northern Sandstone Ridges (67c).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • •Underlain by clays, silts, marls, sands, gravels, and shell beds that are lithologically distinct from the rocks of Ecoregions 58, 64, and 67.

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • The Serpentine Siskiyous ecoregion is lithologically distinct from the rest of Ecoregion 78.

    Ecoregions of Oregon (EPA)

  • Physiographically, lithologically, and botanically distinct from the Triassic Lowlands (64a), Trap Rock Ridges and Palisades (64b), and Glaciated Triassic Lowlands (64e).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • The High Plateaus ecoregion is largely capped by flat-lying igneous rock and is lithologically distinct from the Wasatch Montane Zone (19d).

    Ecoregions of Utah (EPA)

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