diachronic

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di·a·chron·ic

(dī'ă-kron'ik),
Systematically observed over time in the same subjects throughout as opposed to synchronic or cross-sectional; the inferences are equivalent only where there is strict stability of all elements.
[dia- + G. chronos, time]

di·a·chron·ic

(dī-ă-kron'ik)
Systematically observed over time in the same subjects throughout as opposed to synchronic or cross-sectional.
[dia- + G. chronos, time]
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New and earlier studied sections (Kiipli & Kallaste 2002; Kallaste & Kiipli 2006) are used to trace the diachroneity of the boundary between the Rumba and Velise formations and to construct isopach maps to illustrate the distribution of ash beds.
DIACHRONEITY OF THE RUMBA-VELISE FORMATIONS BOUNDARY