diagenetically


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diagenetically

(ˌdaɪədʒəˈnɛtɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a diagenetic way
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The Mg and Caco3 curves also show a positive correlation in diagenetically unaltered unites.
In poorly preserved diagenetically altered conodont elements, demineralization does not yield a 'pseudomorph'.
However, these appendicular elements, including girdles and fins, have been diagenetically distorted, substantially modifying the anatomical morphology of the bones.
(2015:186-187) have noted, "FTIR spectra of archaeological, diagenetically altered bone can mimic the spectra of low to medium temperature exposed bone as diagenesis, like burning, causes the disintegration of the organic components." In the future, it may be possible to apply these quantitative methods of analysis to the investigation of differential burning in samples of archaeological materials, but they were not appropriate for the study of the Broadway burial.
Clement, "Contrasting the crystallinity indicators of heated and diagenetically altered bone mineral," Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, vol.
1), most likely diagenetically replacing the primary limestone interlayers.
socialis from Piolenc were so well preserved that even the diagenetically unstable aragonitic shell layers were also present.
Comparison of the recorded changes in seawater palaeo-temperature, using the [delta][sup.18.O.sub.bel] from diagenetically screened belemnite calcite as a proxy, and the [delta][sup.18.O.sub.bel] records obtained in several European sections has allowed the characterization of several climatic intervals probably of global extent (Gomez et al, 2016).
At this stage Eu concentration in the OM is not high and probably are inherited from the diagenetically transformed OM of the Bazhenov Suite sediments.
Rock composition is mainly influenced by deposition and unroofing of Siluro-Devonian and Mississippian carbonates and discontinuity of beds, which are often very thin, laterally discontinuous, and diagenetically altered (cemented).
Uranium and neodymium concentrations are uniformly low among our samples, which is expected in enamel and bone that has not been diagenetically altered.