isochrone


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isochrone

(ˈaɪsəʊˌkrəʊn)
n
(Physical Geography) a line on a map or diagram connecting places from which it takes the same time to travel to a certain point
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Noun1.isochrone - an isogram connecting points at which something occurs or arrives at the same time
isarithm, isogram, isopleth - a line drawn on a map connecting points having the same numerical value of some variable
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To summarise, the settlement dynamics of the Lands of Antequera in the late 4th and throughout the 3rd millennia BCE seem to have included a number of sizeable settlements, such as Arroyo Saladillo, Huerta del Cipres, Marimacho and La Pena de los Enamorados within a 90-minute isochrone, whilst slightly further north there would have been sites such as El Silillo and possibly El Perezon (Figs.
For instance, the 3a isochrone corresponds to an age of ~5.
The timing of this metamorphic event with Ar-Ar inverse isochrone age as 498 [+ or -]13 Ma and 506 [+ or -]13 17 Ma just during the Turisalu/Varangu formation [15, 16].
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Late-Quaternary pollen stratigraphy and isochrone maps for the northeastern United States.
Holocene isochrone maps and patterns of tree-spreading in the British Isles.
In addition, drive time estimates for any site in the UK can be estimated based on CACI's computerized isochrone system.
Figure 3 is an Isochrone, that is, a plot of the pressure drop of the material during filling of the cavity on which the shadings indicate different short shots.
Tebbens & Cande, 1997) generated during the isochrone 6C (~24 Myr; Handschumacher, 1976; Hey, 1977) when a plate reorganization occurred as inferred from the analysis of magnetic anomalies (Mammerickx & Klitgord, 1982).
Par exemple, l'emploi de la pulsation isochrone pourrait se ranger parmi les universaux de premier niveau, alors que l'association entre pulsation isochrone et pratique musicale collective pourrait constituer un trait universel de deuxieme niveau.