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  • adv. In a stratigraphic manner; with respect to stratigraphy

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a stratigraphic manner; as regards stratigraphy, or the disposition of strata.


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  • But an archaeological excavation is done stratigraphically, that is, layer by layer, so that the depth of each find can be recorded.


  • Ideally, we wouldn't have so drastic an impact on the world that it shows up stratigraphically.

    The Anthropocene

  • Only part of the structure has remained stratigraphically intact where various strata appear in chronological sequence.

    Messel Pit fossil site, Germany

  • Values are averages of raw measurements from overlapping, stratigraphically correlated sections providing continuous coverage from A.D. 442 to 1998.

    Loso: Varves in Alaska « Climate Audit

  • Unfortunately you can't carbon-date metal and short of finding another example in a stratigraphically well-defined context I can't think of any way to resolve the question.

    Crying wolf

  • … Occurring in layers stratigraphically below the Columbia River Basalts are thick layers of water-deposited, fossil-bearing, sedimentary rock, obviously deposited by the Flood itself.

    Steve Steve and the Fossil-Fossils of De-Na-Zin - The Panda's Thumb

  • To document the building history of the building, including establishing its construction date stratigraphically, documenting any subsequent changes and defining its period of abandonment.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Aims for the 2005 Season

  • The stratigraphically (higher) younger kiln was severely destroyed by the subsequent dumping of stones and by rodent activity (bioturbation).

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Tepe Düzen Report 3

  • Remains which could stratigraphically be attributed to the Hellenistic period have not been found.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - The North-South Colonnaded Street Report 2

  • However, restudying of the pottery of locus 24 is advisable here, as the ceramologists believed both layers to be stratigraphically related, whereas the trench supervisors made a clear distinction and accepted the existence of an abandonment phase between the rich deposit (locus 24) and the dump above it (locus 70).

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Macellum Report 5


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