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lithology

(lĭth-ŏl′ō-jē) [″ + logos, word, reason]
The science dealing with calculi.
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The objective of this study is to take advantage of the physicochemical characteristics of the lithologic material found in the town of San Juan de Lagunillas, Merida, Venezuela and uses it for the preparation of a calcined substrate that can be applied as a granular media for heavy metal retention in water treatment.
Table 1: Lithologic constituents of Bahariya and Kharita Formations.
Four geoelectric layers are distinguished in the resistivity section based on lithologic information from well 15 (Figure 11).
Fu, "Regional scale Lithologic mapping in western Tibet using ASTER thermal infrared multispectral data," in Proceedings of the Technical Commission VIII Symposium on Networking the World with Remote Sensing (ISPRS '10), vol.
Yang et al., "Hydrocarbon accumulation mechanism of low permeable tight lithologic oil reservoirs in the Yanchang Formation, Ordos Basin, China," Petroleum Exploration and Development, vol.
Based on the application of geostatistical image texture in lithologic classification.
The lithologic substratum is mainly made up of Neogene marine sediments (marl, argil, gravel, grit stone, and limestone) and, in various places, of continental Quaternary deposits generated by their sedimentary or fluvial reshufflings.
Collection and Analysis of Data--Field mapping of lithologic contacts was completed in 2012 using aerial photographs and satellite images provided by Google Earth[c] 7.1.1.1888 (2012), in addition to the U.S.
Soil type was determined by standard lithologic and pedologic analysis of sediments; for this purpose, 2 extra samples were collected per site from a depth of 30 cm (26).
2 displayed signatures of lithologic and structural control knick points non-symmetrical longitudinal profile and high value of sinuosity index (1.75) besides orientation of lineament pattern that had depicted an interface of Cymatogenic uplift for drainage basin configuration.