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  • adj. Of or relating to stratography.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of or pertaining to stratography.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to stratography.


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  • The stratographic sequence had not been worked out and many geologists still thought that glacial “drift” deposits had been carried by icebergs.

    James Croll and the astronomical theory of climate change

  • I mean, first of all, we've had almost a stratographic record of statements and then withdrawal of statements, then corrections, then clarifications.

    CNN Transcript Mar 30, 2007

  • I'm very interested in stratographic -- stratographic layers of the Earth.


  • Let me take a crack at that, the old Bicentennial ph field, it's important to recognize, really has a different, the stratographic objective of the stuff that we're doing right now.

  • We're also taking up additional mineralization and used stratographic horizons, and that's really only taken by a few drill houses.

  • We know it's going to be a [stratographic] type trap around the west link of this big Blueberry Hill feature. Home Page

  • Ray Vugrinovich, senior geologist for the MDEQ, said stratographic test wells, or slim-hole exploratory drilling could be done in Emmet County to get geologic data for the purposes of finding a suitable location for a Class I injection well, however, he said that each hole drilled would cost a significant amount of money.

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  • At Ruby Hill we've discovered mineralization in a new stratographic interval which importantly unlocks the prospectivity of a very large part of the property.

    Gold & Precious Metals Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • Imagine the first sands that got brought back into the Gulf of Mexico by the Mississippi River, plopping this stuff down and the thickest part of the section when you see a situation like that is you get your real coarse sand grains, and then as the water starts to clear up and go into the next [inaudible] stratographic unit where you have these deeper water sales come in and you go back into a sand package, well this sand package that we tried to describe to you before, finally we can see the resistivity of the shale's going up from the top of the sand package at 27,000 feet to the bottom of our last log. Home Page


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