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subzone

(ˈsʌbˌzəʊn)
n
(Physical Geography) a subdivision of a zone
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Paleomagnetic and fossil data suggest they can be separated into peri-Laurentian (Notre Dame Subzone) and peri-Gondwanan (Exploits Subzone) terranes, which formed on opposite sides of Iapetus and are separated by the Red Indian Line.
of Puerto Rico, requesting to add capacity and to expand the scope of manufacturing authority under zone procedures within Subzone 61H, at the Baxter plant in Guayama, Puerto Rico.
Department of Commerce to grant Foreign-trade subzone status for Merck and Company's plant in Rahway, New Jersey.
Data were collected in the simulator at a rate of once every .075 s, then averaged over each subzone. Four basic types of data were collected during the drive:
The 4,648 sqm of the proposed mall should apply for the reclassification from a Medium Density Residential Subzone to a Major Commercial Zone.
At the meeting, representatives of the 5 federations expressed their desire to create a united subzone with own championship - Association of Federations of Central Asian Volleyball (AFCAV).
Once step 2b was satisfied for a thermal zone and a thermal zone with moisture subzone (i.e., CZs 1 and 1A), the remaining moisture subzone (i.e.
Viira (2011) correlated it with the base of the Oelandodus elongatus-Acodus deltatus conodont Subzone. In a recent overview of conodont diversity in the northern Baltic, Mannik & Viira (2012, fig.
VENETA - Officials here are preparing to go to court to defend the city against a $3.6 million lawsuit filed by landowners who claim that Veneta's classification of their commercial property as a greenway "subzone" makes it undevelopable.
Samples Sa-04-01 and Sa-04-02 represent the local basal bed of the Paroistodus proteus Zone, probably the Tripodus Subzone (Fig.
Its last occurrence marks the top of the Lower Quaternary subzone of the same name.
Subzone A is restricted to the low-lying northern Queen Elizabeth Islands and the northern and westernmost edges of Ellesmere and Axel Heiberg Islands (Fig 1).