trackway

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track·way

 (trăk′wā′)
n.
1. A series of two or more often fossilized tracks made by the feet, tail, or other body parts of an animal.
2. A path made by repeated use of the same land.
3. A set of railway tracks along with adjacent land or support structures.

trackway

(ˈtrækˌweɪ)
n
a path or track

trackway

- A path formed by the repeated treading of animals or people.
See also related terms for repeat.
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Thus they sidled slowly onward till it struck her they had been advancing for an unconscionable time--far longer than was usually occupied by the short journey from Chaseborough, even at this walking pace, and that they were no longer on hard road, but in a mere trackway.
Kubo, a paleontologist at the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum in Japan, started his study by collecting trackways from 17 species of living reptiles housed at Ueno Zoo in Tokyo.
A large area of rock has been quarried away, continuous trackways broken up and individual prints cut up and taken away for sale.
The first fossil tetrapod footprints that were discovered on Prince Edward Island, and which were previously undescribed, are small reptilian trackways assignable to the ichnogenera Notalacerta and Gilmoreichnus.
Henderson, a paleontologist at Canada's University of Calgary, suggest that floating sauropods of some species could indeed have made forefoot-only trackways.
The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) wants to procure 12 additional spools for their exsiting dispenser beam and trackways.
On a worldwide scale, parallel sauropod trackways with regular intertrackway spacing have been interpreted as a "herd", "gregarious behaviour", "gregariousness", or simply "social behaviour" (Ostrom, 1972; Lockley et al.
Their work unearthed many more dinosaur footprints and trackways.
Britain's Ancient Tracks with Tony Robinson C4, 7pm The Time Team veteran continues his journeys down some of the UK's oldest trackways and roads.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will offer two guided hikes in the Prehistoric Trackways National Monument (Monument), highlighting its geologic history and significant paleontological and recreational resources.
He said another solution was the use of driverless cars operating on elevated trackways similar to those now used at London's Heathrow Airport.
To our knowledge, Packard (1900a, b), who described three arthropod trackways and some "worm holes", remained the only researcher to report invertebrate traces from this region until over a century later, when Knecht et al.