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geochronology

the measurement of time in relation to the age of the earth.
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The U-Pb geochronological work was coordinated with field mapping of the Saint George Batholith by the Geological Surveys Branch of the New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development during the summers of 2015 and 2016.
2011): Assessing bulk assimilation in cordierite-bearing granitoids from the Central System Batholith, Spain; experimental, geochemical and geochronological constraints.
Recently, Ray (2012) confirmed that the hotspot could be in the sector of Salas y Gomez Island by using a geochemical and geochronological study of lavas obtained at various points along the chain, including the Nazca Ridge.
6) are marked by "black boxes" geological constraints that represent independent geochronological information from previously published papers.
The Imataca Complex, NW Amazonian Craton, Venezuela: Crustal evolution and integration of geochronological and petrological cooling histories".
We want to include it all within a more solid geochronological framework.
Archaic Industries of Roussillon (South of France): Geochronological Correlation with the Terraces of the Tet, Tech and Agly Rivers
Meyer cites geochronological studies by Samuel Bowring (MIT) and colleagues, and by Doug Erwin and colleagues.
magnus in the Late Miocene sediments of the Dhok Pathan type locality extends the geochronological range of the species and represents the oldest record of the species in Pakistan.
There are relatively few reliable age determinations for the archipelago, given the number of potentially early Lapita sites; any claimed internal geochronological differentiation most likely reflects sampling biases and sample selection.
The focus of her research is regional geology and tectonics, combining field observations with geochronological and geophysical methods to decipher the long-term history of tectonically active regions.
2, a consequence attributable to (1), the taxonomically coarse-grained nature of holometabolous lineages present during the Pennsylvanian; and (2), the geochronological stability of supraordinal ranks within the Holometabola that extend to the earliest Pennsylvanian.