Facies changes over a larger basin are as a rule diachronous
and biozones are tied to them, especially in a shallow sea.
This transition was probably diachronous
across the Cumberland Basin, as the locus of salt withdrawal would have shifted progressively away from basin margin areas as alluvial fans built further into the basin.
18) But these same tropes were also occasions for Swinburne to seek after transcendence: if they gesture toward a diachronous
model of poetic form, they also locate synchrony in an ecstatic union of reader, poem, and cosmos, a union that Swinburne's criticism, in its most memorable moments, movingly dramatizes--as in the long paragraph quoted above, to which I want to return for a moment.
At roughly the same time, Kalicz published a series of maps illustrating the diachronous
distribution of the Copper Age cultures of the Carpathian Basin (Kalicz 1988).
The formation is diachronous
and probably of the Albian-Turonian Age.
On the one hand, there is the historical narrative of the Histories: events placed along the diachronous
axis, which propel the logos as a whole.
Ajali Sandstone is overlain by diachronous
Nsukka Formation (Maastrichtian-Danian) which is also known as the Upper Coal Measure (Reyment, 1965 and Obi, 2000).
The former is diachronous
in nature and demands careful analysis to determine direct historical influences.
Synchronous versus diachronous
methods in the measurement of obsolescence by citation studies.
It means that in the areas of slower land uplift the transgression maximum occurred later than in the areas with more rapid uplift (Miettinen 2002) and that the highest Litorina level is diachronous
(Hyvarinen et al.
This interval reflects the diachronous
nature of the transition between the granite-greenstone tectonic style of the Archean and the incipient plate-tectonic style of the Proterozoic.
Board 04 DO "IMITATION" AND "BENT" BRASSFIELD AND DIACHRONOUS
DAYTON INDICATE OHIO'S LOWER SILURIAN "LAYER-CAKE" STRATIGRAPHY IS HALF-BAKED?