posteruption

posteruption

(post?er-up-shun)
Referring to the stage of tooth eruption in which the tooth has reached the occlusal plane and is functional, but continues to erupt to compensate for loss of tooth substance because of wear.
See: eruption; pre-eruption
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Past studies using historical observations and proxy data have argued that large tropical volcanic eruptions lead to an El Nino-like warming in the posteruption period (Handler 1984; Adams et al.
But this new world is covered in ash from the volcano and inhabited by other citizens figuring out how to live in this posteruption world.
A Mexican volcano, Paracutin, had provided the opportunity for an earlier study of posteruption vegetation in Volume 69, 1963.
Posteruption fluids contained higher sulfide-to-temperature ratios (i.
thermophilus habitat through comparisons between pre and posteruption environmental conditions.
thermophilus differ between pre and posteruption (Fig.
The difference in these ratios pre and posteruption are mostly caused by water-rock interactions that occur subsurface (Alt 1995, Von Damm et al.
The short-term mitigation measures identified during the RSA include changing the traffic flow to reduce posteruption conflicts, developing signing and way-finding plans, and providing a shoulder plus exclusive merge/diverge lanes at the overpass.
Thus, during the initial posteruption period covered by this study, aerial fallout was essentially the only source of arthropods on the Pumice Plain.