unstratified


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un·strat·i·fied

 (ŭn-străt′ə-fīd′)
adj.
Lacking definite layers: unstratified rock.

unstratified

(ʌnˈstrætɪˌfaɪd)
adj
(Geological Science) (esp of igneous rocks and rock formations) not occurring in distinct layers or strata; not stratified
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Adj.1.unstratified - not deposited in layers; "glacial till is unstratified"
geology - a science that deals with the history of the earth as recorded in rocks
bedded, stratified - deposited or arranged in horizontal layers; "stratified rock"
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They are associated with a great unstratified formation of mud and sand, containing rounded and angular fragments of all sizes, which has originated [15] in the repeated ploughing up of the sea-bottom by the stranding of icebergs, and by the matter transported on them.
Such a response could happen quickly (approximately hours to days) for a very shallow reservoir, but much more slowly (approximately months) for a deep reservoir, particularly if the water body is in a well-mixed, unstratified state.
The unevenly shaped, unstratified blocks, with small fossils either being concentrated in nests or disorderly dispersed over the matrix, indicate a repeated shift of sediment.
These GLM models included covariates for age group (for unstratified models only), gender, race/ethnicity, language, insurance type, Charlson score, history of psychiatric or substance abuse diagnoses, and qualifying risk factor at index (prior hospitalization, diagnosis of heart failure, diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease).
A stratified sampling regime (Quinn and Keough 2006), as opposed to our unstratified grid positions, may be more appropriate to detect target species that prefer a specific habitat.
By applying the finite difference method and considering an unstratified tank, the water temperature in the storage tank can be calculated as:
Outcrop based identified lithofacies in Tobra Formation are; unstratified clast supported conglomerate (Gem), massive diamictite facies (Gmm), stratified diamictite facies (Gmm), massive sandstone facies (Sm) and massive mudstone facies (Fm).
Many of our analyses that were stratified by potential bias of the included studies had results similar to those in the unstratified analyses (online Technical Appendix Table 3).
The cotyledonary cleft is conspicuous and the protoderm is unstratified, formed by flattened cells of easily identifiable (Figure 4--viii).
The stepwise statistical procedure selected the same powers for the unstratified data (all ages) for the states of Parana and Santa Catarina, which were then inserted into equation 2.
For stratified samples, a minimum of 100 sample items are necessary for each stratum; unstratified samples require a minimum of 250 sample items.
We designed an unstratified case-cohort study within the PREDIMED trial (www.