1), is that 'Sclerochronology is the study of physical and chemical variations in the accretionary
hard tissues of organisms, and the temporal context in which they formed.' This definition is not that of Oschmann, but reflects the established practice in the sclerochronology community where this point of view tends to dominate (e.g., Grocke & Gillikin 2008; Andrus 2011; Helmle & Dodge 2011; Schone & Gillikin 2013; Schone & Krause 2016; Steinhardt et al.
Tenders are invited for Manually and carefully removing the dry stone wells, mechanical removal of accumulated debris to the angle, construction of dry stone revetment wall using available stones, dismantling of dilapidated modern accretionary
These layers, produced by accretionary
growth, can be used to estimate the age of P.
The microconchids are essentially hollow calcareous tubes showing evidence of accretionary
Mechanics of fold and thrust belts and accretionary
According to Aziz et al, (2005), the Rakshani Formation represents accretionary
sediments of the Makran Arc-Trench system.
Tertiary depositional environments and reservoir properties in the Sinu accretionary
Audzijonyte, Krylova, Sahling, & Vrijenhoek (2012) report the presence on the Costa Rican Pacific Accretionary
Wedge of undescribed species of vesicomyid clams of which several were provisionally assigned to the genus Archivesica.
Tectonic units of the Gemericum crystalline basement (Palaeozoic), the Meliaticum accretionary
complex (Mesozoic), and the cover nappes of the Turnaicum and Silicicum are present in this region (Mello et al., 1996; Geological map of Slovakia, 2013).
Klaus et al., "New insights into deformation and fluid flow processes in the Nankai Trough accretionary
prism: results of Ocean Drilling Program Leg 190," Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, vol.
Bjornsson, "Implosive earthquakes at the active accretionary
plate boundary in northern Iceland," Nature, vol.
At ODP Hole 808 (32[degrees]21'N, 134[degrees]57'E; depth = 4675 m) along the Nankai Trough accretionary
prism, an averaged silicate concentration of 710 [+ or -] 190[micro]mol/kg, significantly higher than the bottom seawater value of 150 [micro]mol/kg, was detected in porewaters of the surface sediment between 3 and 348m below the seafloor (mbsf).